Early 1900s Thanksgiving Postcard Embossed and Air Brushed ~ Unusual

This early 1900s Thanksgiving Postcard is embossed and air brushed in rather unusual colors for the fall or harvest holiday. It features the words "Thanksgiving Greetings" and a man dressed in Pilgrim clothes pulling his large turkey on a sled that has a pretty scrolled runner.

Card has divided back with no markings as to maker and is addressed in pencil to "Baby Schumacher" and is "From Irene". It's showing is age and has bumped corners, worn edges, and fold marks, but is SO unusual looking that it will make a nice addition to your vintage postcard collection.

Item ID: 06493

Early 1900s Thanksgiving Postcard Embossed and Air Brushed ~ Unusual

Early 1900s Thanksgiving Postcard Embossed and Air Brushed ~ Unusual
Early 1900s Thanksgiving Postcard Embossed and Air Brushed ~ Unusual
Early 1900s Thanksgiving Postcard Embossed and Air Brushed ~ Unusual

This early 1900s Thanksgiving Postcard is embossed and air brushed in rather unusual colors for the fall or harvest holiday. It features the words "Thanksgiving Greetings" and a man dressed in Pilgrim clothes pulling his large turkey on a sled that has a pretty scrolled runner.

Card has divided back with no markings as to maker and is addressed in pencil to "Baby Schumacher" and is "From Irene". It's showing is age and has bumped corners, worn edges, and fold marks, but is SO unusual looking that it will make a nice addition to your vintage postcard collection.

Item ID: 06493

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