All about Tausendschön cards

Can someone please add the definition of Tausendschön in the dictionary here? I’ve seen it in a few different posts but have no idea what kind of cards it is. Thanks!

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It’s a publisher (full name: Edition Tausendschön) :slight_smile:

Vintage style with glitter. You can see examples here:

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It’s a type of postcard printed in Germany, that often has collage like images of like animals, and flowers, but also postcards from cities. They are all very glittery and the edges of the postcard are curly.

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Oh :+1: like Lantern Press in the states! They look lovely :blush:
Thanks!

I didn’t know either, until just recently I bought these, and noticed it says Tausendschön on the back :blush:

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I haven’t seen any of those. Are they new?

@AnnScot I have no idea :woman_shrugging:t3: They come up if you google edition tausendschön round :slight_smile:

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Thanks, @Maikki!

Wow they really great

Hello everyone,

I recently found those cards in a radom store. I know that the Swan his real since it is in the catalogue of the Edition Tausendschön. However, I cannot find any other information about those cards. Can you help me? Are they real Tausendschön? Have you ever seen them before?

Thank you!




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Yes they are real :slightly_smiling_face:

all series

https://www.actetre.de/catalog/grusskarten/postkarten-everyday/

Round sweeties

https://www.actetre.de/catalog/grusskarten/postkarten-everyday/edition-tausendschoen-round-sweeties/

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Thank you for you answer. I only always see the Swan but never the other ones. Are you sure the others are also legit? :sweat_smile:

I would say yes. All have the same Logo/brand on it “Edition tausendschön” And when I remember me right I saw the owl and the bike also in the online shop a while back.

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Yes, they are. Have seen most of them in a regular shop.

But keep in my mind that you have to use “Großbriefporto” for them, not the regular postcard postage.

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