Vintage and original 1950s used Easter Greetings Card. Features a bouquet of Purple Violets and Pussy Willow branches.
Front reads: Easter!
Opens to a verse inside.
Reads: An Easter wish that's most sincere: May the days be glad ones through the year! Happy Easter!
Card measures 3 3/8 inches wide x 4 1/8 inches tall.
No publisher mark.
Condition is fair. It does have a handwritten date of 1950 on the front, and the back has scrapbook paper and glue residue. Used with ink inscription on the inside. And it appears to have been trimmed along the right edge.
Vintage original 1950s USED New Baby Congratulations greeting card lot.
Smallest card measures about 4 1/8 x 4 1/2. Largest card measures 4 1/2 x 5 3/4 inches.
Cards are used and all have a signature or writing inside.
Publishers include: Rust Craft, Hallmark, and Quality Cards.
Great for scrapbooking, journaling and altered art projects.
Vintage original 1940s and 1950s USED Congratulations on New Baby greeting card lot.
Smallest card measures about 4 1/8 x 4 1/2. Largest card measures 4 3/4 x 5 3/4 inches.
Cards all have a signature or writing inside, except for the safety pin card. It is unused. Condition for all is good.
Publishers include: Grinnell, Harry Doehia Co., Gibson, Rust Craft, and Quality Cards.
Great for scrapbooking, journaling and other paper projects.
Vintage circa 1960s unused Christmas Greeting Cards. Lot of 2.
Features figural stick pins holding letters that spell out "Merry." Letters are on a green background. Stick pin figures include: a Santa, red bow, ornament, snowflake and green holly.
Card opens to letters that spell out "Christmas." With the card on the right also reading: and a Happy New Year.
Card on the left measures 3 1/4 inches wide x 7 1/4 inches tall, when closed. Marked on back: X 4660, Made in USA. Condition is very good. Card is unused.
Card on the right is slightly larger, and measures 3 1/2 inches wide x 8 inches tall, when closed. Marked on back: NN619, Made in U.S.A.
Both are the original paper cards.
No envelope is included for either.