JAPAN PHOTOS by Philbert Ono

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Center divided back. From March 1, 1918, the dividing line moved to the center of the card to separate the message and recipient's address.
In this way, if the postcard has no postmark or stamp, you can still estimate the date of the card by checking the address side and see if there is a divider or not, an off-center divider, or a center divider.
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Center divided back. From March 1, 1918, the dividing line moved to the center of the card to separate the message and recipient's address.

In this way, if the postcard has no postmark or stamp, you can still estimate the date of the card by checking the address side and see if there is a divider or not, an off-center divider, or a center divider.

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