Original antique lightly embossed 1910s German Postcard. Features wood grain background with clovers at top. Suspended from a pink ribbon is an umbrella filled with pink and red roses. Reads, "Viel Gluck im Neuen Fahre." Which I believe means, Good Fortune in the New Year.
Printed in Saxony. Series 0664.
Card is used with ink writing on back and Philadelphia, Fairhill Station cancellation. Mailed to Miss Mary E. Smith at Summerfield, Kansas.
Condition is very good with edge and corner wear.
Card ships in clear rigid plastic sleeve via USPS First Class Parcel mail within 3 business days.
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