They also published monochromatic cards of views and the Czar.
They were not only one of the first to publish postcards in Russia, their cards were considered to be the highest quality. Quinton who painted 2300 landscapes for their postcards between 19.
When Betzig left in 1889 the company changed their name to Sackett & Wilhelms.
They expanded over the years to print other items such as postcards.
This firm concentrated on printing advertising, sheet music covers, and trade cards.
After they incorporated in 1902 they began publishing postcards.
While they did some printing work themselves, most of their postcards were printed in Germany in tinted halftone.
Much corporate reshuffling and buyouts took place in the years that followed.
Carlton Cards of Canada was acquired in 1956, Rust Craft in 1980, and Gibson Greetings in 2000.