A question quite very similar to this one. I have an old postcard, probably around WW2 era, probably sent from Germany. Unfortunately this postcard is empty when it comes to handwriting or otherwise personal elements:
This postcard may be the only existing element to identify a missing person in my family tree and thus the most important part for me is to identify the age of this post card or a year when it was published. Which could allow to estimate the year this postcard was actually sent and by this -- to verify or reject the suggestion that this particular person (assumed to be the one, who sent this card) was living and that given age.
The painting is titled "Jugend vom Lande" ("Youth in the country"), marked "Made in Germany" and "number 1158" though I don't know if this is Carl von Bergen's painting number or postcard number. I am unable to recognize publisher marking (lower left side of revers of the card).
Most of Carl von Bergen's works were painted by the end of nineteenth century or in the beginning of twentieth century, but this says nothing about the year of publication of this postcard or about the date, it was sent.
Can anyone help in this case?