GoCards were fun to find and collectGoCards were fun marketing postcards at least 15 years ago. They attracted attention and were easy to grab (by the handfuls) and colorful. My collection of GoCards came from New York City in 2003. It was my first trip to the Big Apple and I had never seen anything quite like the GoCards help-yourself rack; I was in love with paper. I have sent a few over the years and was considering selling them on eBay. My usual preparation requires a Google search to see what I can learn about the item, its popularity or demand. I expected to find an array of websites. I did not. Instead, I learned:
GoCards no longer existHere is an old link to Gorillaz, which seems to be the company that took over GoCards, the last post about it being in 2009.
Other GoCards collections onlineIf you want to see a fun and beautiful collection of a handful of GoCards, and the best comprehensive history of GoCards, click this link, http://www.postcardy.com/articleRack.html . Seeing this author’s collection inspired me to document and post mine below. This guy, Walt, has a fairly good collection for sale
Interesting and Helpful Postcard information – A little pictorial history and DimensionsIt did not occur to me I would only find a few references to the existence of GoCards, and in the process found one of the most interesting sites about postcards Postcardy.com. (Take a quick look at Postcard Types.)
My GoCard collection
Do you have a GoCard collection? Please share your picture links or comments below.