This 1909 Christmas card features orange blossoms around a snowy winter scene. Perhaps the hint is to get away on a vacation to warmer climates for the holidays!
The famous firm of Currier & Ives produced this as a black and white lithograph for Christmas in 1876. Vintage American has added the color in the spirit of the hand-coloring of the lithography of those days and reprinted it, to create this beautiful Christmas card and other Christmas gifts from this image.
This charming old-fashioned postcard shows Santa Claus in front of the chimney and a roaring fire on Christmas Eve. The mantel is decorated with holly, a wreath, and stockings hung with care. Two little children have fallen asleep next to the fireplace while reading, most probably, “The Night Before Christmas,” (as we all did) while […]
Very retro, this bright red Christmas postcard shows a 1950s girl holding a Christmas wreath behind her back. With feet apart and facing away, she seems to be contemplating something “Christmassy”. The postcard is studded with stars around our 50s girl, making it a great holiday image. This seems to be the most popular Christmas […]
This beautiful vintage Christmas postcard shows a Christmas Angel with a little deer bringing gifts on Christmas Eve. The two are peering into a brightly lit window while the Angel holds a bag of goods and a little Christmas tree; the deer is saddled with a pack of Christmas presents. This is a charming and […]
The original postcard is from the 1800s, showing three charming children singing Christmas Carols as if in a Christmas show at school. Remember those days?
This very funny Currier and Ives lithograph called A Spill Out on the Snow shows that even in the 1800s, there were traffic jams. These lively sleighing country neighbors are taking the turn just a little too quickly, causing the “spill out” on the snow. This lithograph, A Spill Out on the Snow is also […]