A beautiful and rare postcard of the J.N. Badgett Co. Department Store in Maryville, Tenn. Handcolored. Unused. Excellent condition. Published by J.N. Badgett Co. Super view with people shown, horse and buggy, etc. Circa 1910 era card. Actual item is MUCH sharper than scan appears. This item will be shipped in a photo mailer.Terms & Conditions: Generally all items look MUCH better than the scans shown. All items are guaranteed authentic and as described. Payment is due within seven days of the auction close and is accepted by paypal, money order, cashier's check, or personal check. I may hold a personal check until it clears depending on the amount of feedback a buyer has and the price of the item sold. I ship items by USPS. Due to the recent postal rate increase as well as the high cost of shipping supplies, I have unfortunately had to greatly increase the amount I charge for shipping. The post office is now charging extra for many types of mailers and this has affected almost all shipping I have done since the rate increase in a major way. The shipping price quoted is for a bubble envelope, photo mailer, box, or whatever item will give the item more safety in shipping. If you would like a lesser expensive shipping method, I am willing to ship in a number 10 envelope (such as a postcard) or other appropriate materials at a reduced rate. Please contact me for a quote. Also, the post office will not insure items packaged in non-rigid mailers. Postal insurance is optional; however, I can in no way be responsible after the item leaves my hands at the post office if you did not purchase postal insurance and I cannot refund all or a portion of the purchase price if the item does not make it to you. Typically, the insurance quoted in the ebay ad is for up to $50 coverage. If the item sells for more than $50, please contact me and I can invoice you for the correct amount. Thank you for looking at items offered by ocoee97ioof. Please continue watching our items for quality postcards, ephemera, obsolete currency, documents, bottles, and many more miscellaneous items with an emphasis on material from Tennessee and other parts of the South.