An example of WLS-P11, postally unused. This copy would be known as a P-2 variety due to the “Stamp Here” text in the stamp box.
An example of a WLS-P11 postcard mailed from Montreal on March 21, 1902, by James Kiernan to Cromwell & Kirkpatrick Co. of New York, received on March 22nd. The reverse of the card is shown below.
An example of WLS-P11, has been postally used November 28, 1903 from Windsor, Ontario to Brunswick, Indiana, with a Detroit transit cancel of the same date. This copy would be known as a P-2 variety due to the “Stamp Here” text in the stamp box, visible due to the removal of the stamp.
A number of businesses chose to use J.C. Wilson’s patriotic postcards for their business use. Below is example using the WLS-P11 design, showing an M. Davis overprint of Niagara Falls..
This WLS-P11 P-2 example has been used July 7, 1903 from Niagara Falls, NY to Newark NJ USA. The rear of the card has been overprinted with a view of Niagara Falls, with the text “Niagara Falls, Canada” and “Cards duplicated, M. Davis”