This beautiful vintage Valentine’s Day postcard shows a Victorian woman wearing a sun bonnet and bustle behind her skirt working in her garden of colorful flowers. In the upper right corner is a red heart with “To My Valentine.” The garden, woman, and home in background are surrounded by a heart shaped border, making this […]
This funny Victorian Valentine’s Day postcard shows a not quite primly dressed Victorian woman sitting on a sofa with a little cupid trying to hand her a Valentine’s Day heart. The look on the woman’s face is most interesting, because she is at the same time looking pleased and skeptical. Perhaps many women then and […]
This vintage postcard is typical of what one would have received in the mail as an advertisement in 1900. It was printed on a postcard in 1907, featuring the 1847 Girl and sent out to advertise 1847 Rogers Brothers’ silver from Emie Coleman in Bradford, PA. We took this image and created many products including […]
This vintage postcard (circa 1900) is embossed with a bunch of yellow flowers on a faded yellow and rose watercolor background. We have reprinted this card to be sent as friendly greeting, because yellow flowers are meant to symbolize friendship. See Mother’s Day Cards and Gifts created from this vintage postcard.
This vintage postcard (circa 1900) is embossed with a bunch of spring flowers of red, pink, blue, purple or violet, and yellow colors on a gold watercolor background. See Mother’s Day Cards and Gifts created from this vintage postcard.
This vintage postcard (circa 1900) is embossed with Victorian Roses showing red, pink, and yellow roses around a wintry homestead. See Mother’s Day Cards and Gifts created from this vintage postcard.
This vintage Easter postcard is a signed Ellen Clapsaddle postcard. In the tradition of her design, this Easter postcard has a lovely little girl with a very large Victorian Easter Bonnet trimmed in flowers holding an Easter Basket full of flowers. The Clapsaddle postcards were very popular at the turn of the 20th Century and […]
This German, Victorian vintage postcard from 1908 shows a faithful dog pulling a cart laden with children and spring flowers as if in a parade. It is very bright, colorful, and beautiful 100 years later! This type of card was very popular in America during the early 1900s. This Victorian scene just looks like an […]
In this vintage Easter postcard we see two rabbits or Easter Bunnies looking over the backyard wall to a little baby chick. A brightly colored Easter Egg is there and the whole scene is framed within a colored Easter Egg and flowers. The tradition of the Easter Bunny and the colored Easter Egg originated in […]
In this vintage Easter postcard we see two rabbits or Easter Bunnies bearing the gift of a brightly colored Easter Egg. The tradition of the Easter Bunny and the colored Easter Egg originated in Germany and was brought to America by German immigrants. This tradition has become a beloved one for children and adults as […]