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Jackalope (Rabbit with Horns) Real Photo Post Card (RPPC Sanborn #17 3.5"x5.5"
South Dakota Gold South Dakota Jackalope ca. 1992 Unique to the "Great American Desert" this unusual animal is believed to be a distant cousin of the shoeshoe hare. Possessed of blinding speed, no snare has yet been devised that is fast enough to capture him. A few are taken by hunters during each open season. Dakotaland Postcards & Souvenirs Inc Mitchell, SD 6"x4"
The Fabulous Jackalope (Back) ca. 1950s, SK5674, 5.5"x3.5" Photo Courtesy Douglas Budget, Douglas Wyoming A "Shini Color" Colourpicture, Boston 15, Mass
The Fabulous Jackalope (Front) ca. 1950s, SK5674, 5.5"x3.5" Photo Courtesy Douglas Budget, Douglas Wyoming A "Shini Color" Colourpicture, Boston 15, Mass
The Fabulous Jackalope Jackalopes, one of the rarest animals in North America, are a cross between an Antelope and a species of rabbit. They are extremely shy and wild, and possess the ability to mimic. Their cries often sound human and tuneful. C22789g, 5.5"x3.5" Scenic Art, Berkeley, Calif
The Fabulous JACKALOPE of North America Jackalopes are the rarest animals in North America. A cross between a now extinct small deer and a species of rabbit, they are extremely shy and wild. They possess the ability to mimic and their cries often sound human and tuneful. Probably from hearing cowboy songs on the lonely nite watch. None have ever been captured alive and this is a rare photo taken at their feeding grounds in the high country. Foto Graph Dakota News Inc Sioux Falls, South Dakota 6"x4"
The Fabulous JACKALOPE of North America Jackalopes are the rarest animals in North America. A cross between a now extinct small deer and a species of rabbit, they are extremely shy and wild. They possess the ability to mimic and their cries often sound human and tuneful. Probably from hearing cowboy songs on the lonely nite watch. None have ever been captured alive and this is a rare photo taken at their feeding grounds in the high country. Noble Post Cards Colorado Springs, Colo 5.5"x3.5"
The Fabulous JACKALOPE of North America Jackalopes are the rarest animals in North America. A cross between a now extinct small deer and a species of rabbit, they are extremely shy and wild. They possess the ability to mimic and their cries often sound human and tuneful. Probably from hearing cowboy songs on the lonely nite watch. None have ever been captured alive and this is a rare photo taken at their feeding grounds in the high country. Royal Mini Print Mike Roberts Color Productions Oakland 6"x4"
The Fabulous JACKALOPE of North America Jackalopes are the rarest animals in North America. A cross between a now extinct small deer and a species of rabbit, they are extremely shy and wild. They possess the ability to mimic And their cries often sound human and tuneful. Probably from hearing cowboy songs on the lonely nite watch. None have ever been captured alive and this is a rare photo taken at their feeding grounds in the high country. The Continental card Mike Roberts Berkley 6"x4"
The Fabulous JACKALOPE of North America Jackalopes are the rarest animals in North America. A cross between a now extinct small deer and a species of rabbit, they are extremely shy and wild. They possess the ability to mimic and their cries often sound human and tuneful. Probably from hearing cowboy songs on the lonely nite watch. None have ever been captured alive nd this is a rare photo taken at their feeding grounds in the high country. Rushmore News Inc Rapid City, SD 6"x4"
Wild Jackalope Also often called the Antelabbit, this, most amazing of all desert animals is reputed ro be a cross between a Jack Rabbit and an Antelope. Rumor has it that the Jackalope sings at night in a voice that sounds almost human. 1968 Dexter Press West Nyack, New York 6"x4" Postmarked: Nov 13, 1970 Phoenix, AZ
Wild Jackalope Also often called the Antelabbit, this, most amazing of all desert animals is reputed to be a cross between a Jack Rabbit and an Antelope. Rumor has it that the Jackalope sings at night in a voice that sounds almost human. Color photo by Bob Petley 48085-C, 5.5"x3.5" Dexter Press Inc, West Nyack, New York Pub. by Petley Studios, Phoenix, ARIZ