Antique Victorian Valentine Postcard, Embossed with Cupid and Kittens. To My Sweet Valentine. Early 1900's Germany
Antique Victorian Valentine Postcard, Embossed with Cupid and Kittens. To My Sweet Valentine.
A great addition to any postcard collection!
❖ Country: Printed In Germany
❖ Color: Multi Colored
❖ Date: Early 1900's
❖ Size: 5 1/2" tall x 3 1/2" wide.
I happily combine shipping when it's safe to do so.
Please email me for a quote to ship multiple items.
Your purchase will be wrapped with care and in most cases shipped via U.S. Priority Mail, Insurance and tracking are included.
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