This postcard shows the front area of the Horseshoe Club in Downtown Las Vegas. The card is not dated, but looking at the vehicles in the picture, I'm guessing the decade is the 1950s. The card was included in a collection of postcards of the Las Vegas and surrounding area that I purchased at an estate sale. All other cards in the collection are from the 1950s and 1960s, so I'm assuming this card is from the same time frame.
The description on the back states:
The Horseshoe Club
Las Vegas, Nevada
A popular casino on Fremont Street, Las Vegas, Nevada. A large restaurant and all of the popular games.
The card measures roughly 3.5 by 5.5 inches and has great color. The card has straight even edges. The card has a divided back, meaning one side for the address and one side for writing a message.
I am not a postcard collector and don't know how to 'rate" postcards. Personally, I think the card is in great condition for being around 70 years old. I can see that there are tiny bumps to the corners, but they are so small that I can't get a measurement. Just to the right of the center of the card towards the top there is a hair size faint white line about one eighth of an inch long, but you have to look hard to see it. Also, on the right edge, the picture barely misses the side end of the card. Researching that, I find that it was quite normal in the old days for the picture to not fit exactly.
Buyer to pay $2.50 First Class Mail delivery charges. That cost will cover shipping for up to the purchase of 4 postcards.
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