Saturday, February 13, 2016

Valentine Postcards 2016

Here are some early 1900's Valentine's postcards
that are a bit different, but if you're as old as I 
am, you might recognize the artist.   Maybe
you even owned a pair!


Buster Brown & Tige

  Richard F. Outcault, considered the
 inventor of the American comic strip.



  1. Wishing you a very Happy Valentine's Day, Sherri. Thanks for sharing the post cards.

  2. You know, I was going down the list of Facebook posts, and somebody had posted a Raggedy Ann and Andy valentine, and I thought--Oh! I bet Sherri has some antique ones posted on her blog! And sure enough, you do. :~)
    Happy Valentine's Day to you, too. (Although here, we just celebrate Arizona's Birthday.)

  3. What fun valentine cards; wonder if Wal-Mart had any like these on the shelves... :~) The older I get the better they were...the cards, that is (and a lot of other things, too!) Happy Valentine's Day to you, too!

  4. Very cute cards. I remember buying and giving the cards out at school. they still do that. My brothers grandchildren make boxes to put their valentines in. Happy Valentines day to you. No candy or flowers but a good day all the same.

  5. They just don't make cards like they use to. I find these cards adorable and it would be fun to receive one. Thanks for sharing.

  6. Each one is so adorable! Thanks for sharing!

  7. Too cute! Funny when I see the vintage cards, my mind sees "ideals" for dolls to be made. Like the little gal in the green dress and pigtails.

  8. I love these old fashioned cards.


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