Vintage 1950s Hallmark Greeting Card. Features a little bear in bed, dreaming. Reads, "A Dream book to Cheer You. This "dream book'" comes while you're in bed, And snoozin' quite a lot, To tell you what you'd better dream And what you'd better not."
Opens to bear sitting up in bed. Inside reads, "And then it brings a wish for you, That you'll get well so quick, That folks who didn't know it, Wouldn't dream that you'd been sick."
The bear's covers have a slit that holds a little book measuring 2.5 x 3 inches. Book is titled, "Your Dreams Explained" This little book has 14 pages filled with silly dream meanings.
Halo; If you dream you're wearing one, it's a sign there's some mistake.
Opera singer; To dream of an opera singer denotes a voyage on the high C's.
Pain-in-the-neck; This is a good sign someone's swiped your pillow.
Card measures 5 inches x 5.75 inches when closed. Condition is very good with ink signatures inside and ink writing on back. Published by Hallmark.
This is the original card. Would be great for altered art projects, scrapbooks and collages.
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!