The postcards do not specify an artist figure, on which a lithograph. If someone knows, I'll be glad for your message.
to be continued
In a message to -1 on your card number 1 - the picture "view of the area and Volkhonka Pretchistensky Rzhevsk boulevard near the church of Our Lady" - is located in the Historical Museum (Moscow) - unknowns. Artist H1H mid-century, x /m, 48h63.
№ 2 - J. Delabart. "View of the Kremlin from the Stone Bridge," 1790-e. x /m 75h141 State. Russian. Museum, St. Petersburg.
In the second message - Painting SM Shuhvostova (№ 3) "Moscow Tverskaya Boulevard" 1840's - is at the Museum of Pushkin 's name (z /m 60x70).
Next № 4 -F.YA. Alekseev, "Cathedral Square in the Kremlin" about 1800. x /m 80h106 - in the Historical Museum, Moscow.
Here you will about Moscow, before the pile, three pictures FY Alekseyev (1753/55-1824), and at the same time, a couple K.-F.P. Beaudry (1812-1894) - cards with these pictures, too, were printed, if my memory serves me.
1 F.Ya.Alekseev "View of the Resurrection and the Nikolsky Gate and Stone Bridge from Tverskaya Street" 1811., X /m 78h110, 5 GTG
2 F.Ya.Alekseev "View of the Moscow Kremlin and the Stone Bridge," 1810-s, x /m 78.5 h111 Gos.muzey Pushkin 's name
3-F.Ya.Alekseev "Boyar floor, or bed steps, and the Temple of the Savior of the gold bars in the Moscow Kremlin" 1810-s, x /m 80.5 h110, 5 GTG
4-KI-F.P.Bodri "type area at the Red Gate", 1844. x /m 46h34 State. Historical Museum
5-K-F.P.Bodri "Sukharevskaya Square, 1846. x /m 55h41 State. Historical Museum