Here is a pretty vintage postcard with purple and white flowers and the message Love to Father partially framed in a horseshoe shape. Although the flowers are different, this postcard is similar to the one with the message Love to Mother that I posted yesterday.Click on image to enlarge.
Here is a pretty vintage postcard with white, pink and red flowers and the message Love to Mother partially framed in a horseshoe shape. The message on the back of my original of this postcard is dated June 16, 1909. Click on image to enlarge.
Happy Easter! Here is a pretty vintage Easter postcard with white lilies and a gold cross on a blue background. Click on image to enlarge.
Here is vintage Easter postcard of a little yellow chick attempting to climb onto an egg that is nestled amongst some pretty blue flowers and pussy willows. The message in a beautiful old calligraphic font is: Easter Greetings. This antique Easter card is similar to the one I posted yesterday. Click on image to enlarge.
Here is a vintage postcard of a cute little chick standing on an egg that is nestled amongst some pretty pink flowers. The chick appears to be admiring a flower bud. The message is: Hearty Easter Greetings. Click on image to enlarge.
Here is a vintage birthday postcard from 1910 that includes a grouping of envelopes, a quill pen, a cluster of blue flowers and two blue birds in flight. So pretty! There is an old fashioned birthday greeting on the front of the postcard as well Click on image to enlarge.
Wishing you and your loved ones health, happiness and prosperity in 2013! I look forward to sharing many more vintage treasures from my personal collection with you this year. This vintage Tuck’s postcard features a child in a white outfit posed to enter a door that is labelled January 1. My original of this postcard was [...]
This is the back of a vintage Tuck’s New Years postcard that was postally used in 1909. Here is a version without the address. Click on images to enlarge. The front of this vintage New Years postcard is available on my blog as a free download here.
This vintage Frances Brundage Happy New Year postcard features a wonderful illustration of the old man (old year) leaving and the child (new year) arriving. The child appears eager and excited for the opportunities and possibilities that lie ahead! My original of this postcard was postmarked in 1911. Click on image to enlarge.