Vintage 1920s Victorian Valentine Greeting Card. This is a 3D, stand up, pop up, die cut, fold out card. Features a little girl holding holding a muff and a little boy holding a red heart and snowballs. Reads, "Valentine Greetings, I love to love The Love that loves me."
Folds out to read, "Valentine Greetings, There's no such thing As wintry weather When Love has tied Two hearts together!"
Card measures 3.5 inches x 5 inches tall. Condition is very good with pencil writing on back. Hand dated on back 1924.
This is the original card. Would be great for altered art projects, scrapbooking and collages.
Antique Victorian poetry booklet. Flowers of Love for Thee. Embossed cover features a bird carrying an envelope, Violet clusters, and a tranquil water scene.
Booklet measures about 5 1/4 inches wide x 7 5/8 inches tall with 24 pages.
Published by The Hayes Lithographing Co. of Buffalo New York. Copyright 1910.
Booklet is bound with a tied string.
Condition is good with a soiled area in the upper right corner of the front cover. Interior pages are very good, but also have some with some light soiling and age toning.