Vintage and original 1920s Art Deco Valentine Greeting Card. Card front is embossed and features a little girl holding a bouquet of flowers. Orange hearts at the upper left and right corners, with an arrow shot through.
Front reads: To My Valentine
Card opens to reveal a verse.
Inside reads: I hope you have not promised To be someone else's valentine, For you see I've just been hoping, That this year you would be mine
Card measures 3.25 inches x 2.5 inches when closed. Condition is very good with pencil writing on back.
This is the original card. Would be great for altered art projects, scrapbooking and collages. Please check my shop for more vintage and antique greeting cards. Thanks for looking!
Vintage 1974 HBI Linen Kitchen Calendar Tea Towel. Shows an outdoor market, or produce stand, with colorful fruits and vegetables. Including: bananas, apples, ranges, pears, mushrooms, beets, tomatoes, berries, carrots, and onions. Produce stand features a red and white striped awning.
Marked: Copyright HBI 1973.
Off white background with black, red, yellow, brown and green.
Shows the twelve months of the year for 1974.
Towel measures 16 1/4 inches wide x 27 3/4 inches long. Condition is very good with no holes or stains.
Nice vibrant colors!
This towel would be lovely made into a pillow. Would make a great wedding gift or add to your own collection!
Vintage Archie and friends cut paper dolls and clothes. Paper dolls are a card stock weight and measure about 3 inches wide x 11 inches tall.
Condition is good with pencil writing on the back of the dolls, some transparent tape repairs and some creases.
5 Paper Dolls Include:
Clothing has some small tears, light creases, and some pieces have been repaired with transparent tape that has yellowed. Most tabs are present, with some folded back so they aren't visible in the photos.
Listing includes the 5 paper dolls, 4 paper stands, and all the clothing shown in the photos.
These would be cute for scrapbooks or art projects!
Nice vintage postcard showing the Methodist church at Julesburg, Colorado.
Card is used with 1916 Julesburg, Colorado Postmark and one cent stamp. Correspondence is addressed to Miss Emeline From at David City, Nebraska
Condition is good with some edge and corner wear and a crease at the upper right corner.