The following five calling cards were puchased for $1 (for all five) in an antique store in Monroe, Wisconsin in 2012. It is likely (but of course not completely certain) that they all came from the same source.
They are all approximately 3 3/8 wide by 1 7/8 high, though on four of the five the cutting is not square. The backgrounds are, I believe, printed lithographically. The names are printed letterpress. All but one are rather poorly printed and cut.
Original 120dpi RGB scan as PNG (24 Megabytes): calling-card-groat-charley-e-1200rgb.png
Original 120dpi RGB scan as PNG (27 Megabytes): calling-card-groat-j-t-1200rgb.png
Original 120dpi RGB scan as PNG (26 Megabytes): calling-card-groat-m-e-1200rgb.png
Original 120dpi RGB scan as PNG (24 Megabytes): calling-card-mason-a-1200rgb.png
Original 120dpi RGB scan as PNG (24 Megabytes): calling-card-ast-laura-j-1200rgb-recto.png
Original 120dpi RGB scan as PNG (25 Megabytes): calling-card-ast-laura-j-1200rgb-verso.png
The five calling cards from the Groats, Mason, and Ast are scans done by me of cards that I own. I hereby dedicate these images to the public domain.
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