Lot of 2 adorable vintage kid's 3rd birthday cards. Date to circa 1950s. The card on the left is die-cut in the shape of the number three and features a little boy riding on a rocking horse. Also has a little girl, duck picture, teddy bear, blocks, and a ball. Front reads, "Hurrah For Your Birthday!". Card number T-1211. Card is used with ink inscription inside and scrapbook residue on back. Measures 5 x 6.25 inches tall.
Opens to a verse that reads:
Hooray for you--Today you're THREE!
Sure hope you're happy as can be!
Card on right features a Mother cat and her three kittens. Each kitten is in a flower pot. Front reads, "Now You're 3 Years OLD!". Published by Volland, Card number 10 F 738. Card is used with ink signature inside and scrapbook residue on back. Measures 4 x about 5 inches tall.
This is a pop up card. Once open a table pops up with the three kittens, and their mom, seated at it.
Inside verse reads:
Three little Birthday Wishes
For someone who's THREE today-
Lots of Fun, Lots of Joy,
And Lots of Time to Play!
Both are the original cards. Great for scrapbooks, journals, gift tags and more.
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Original antique 1910s gold foil Baby Postcard. Features a stork using his beak to write a letter. Four babies are shown in a row at the top and one baby is near the stork. An ink bottle near the letter. Card is embossed and has a gold foil border.
Reads: Mr. Newlywed. To Dr. Stork. To One Pink Kid. $10,000.00
Stork Card Series No. 2.
Card is unused.
Condition is very good with some edge and corner wear.
A very cute baby card!
Vintage and original circa 1930s embossed Valentine card. Features a little boy driving a motorcycle with a little girl riding in the sidecar.
Card folds open.
Inside reads: To My Valentine. With me The Paths of Joy You'll Find For We'll Leave All Cross-Roads Behind.
Card measures 3 inches wide x 3 1/2 inches tall.
Condition is very good with a small soiled spot along the right front edge and pencil writing on the back.
Cute vintage Valentine!
Vintage and original circa 1930s die cut mechanical Valentine card. Features a little boy at a dictation machine. Boys body moves side to side.
Front reads: I hate to dictate to you, but tell me dear are you true? To My Valentine.
Marked on front: Germany
Card measures 3 5/8 inches wide x 4 3/4 inches tall.
Condition is good with a crease near the tip of the love letter and pencil writing on the back.
Cute vintage Valentine!