Turin

Although in the journal Emilio Camps says that he sets little value on Egyptian art, most of the forty-one postcards of Turin are items in what was then called the Museo delle Antichitá, which divided its Egyptian collection and its collection of the history and archaeology of Piedmont into two different museums in 1940. The rest are of Flemish and Italian paintings in the Gallería Sabauda and the Royal Gallery of Turin.

Especially interesting among the first group are those showing how collections were exhibited, specifically those of the Statuary Room, and are an important record of European Museum tendencies in the first 30 years of the 20th century.

Practically all the postcards were published by the Societá Edittrice Cartoline of Turin.