This is a lovely set of three Thanksgiving postcards from the T-21 series which has as a copyright symbol a large N in a triangle. Each card has a caption at the top in gold "Thanksgiving Blessings" with various fruits in gold to either side of the caption. Each is copyrighted E Nash on the reverse.
The first card depicts a smiling boy looking over his shoulder as he carries a large turkey gobbler over his shoulder. At the bottom is this verse "I'm sorry for this old turkey; I can hear him pray: But taint my fault, I didn't invent Thanksgiving Day." CONDITION: There is slight corner wear along with some foxing to the reverse. The corners are rounded. There is writing on the reverse in pencil, but the card was never stamped or canceled.
The second card depicts a young girl with arms upraised to a large turkey gobbler. At bottom is this verse "Eat, drink and be merry - to-morrow you may die Applies to Turkeys as well as to you and I." CONDITION: There is slight corner wear including bending at the very tips. There is a 1 1/4 inch crease at bottom left. Also, there is writing in black ink on the reverse, but the card was never stamped or canceled.
The third card has a whistling, barefoot boy carrying a turkey gobbler over his shoulder. At bottom is this verse "Its hard to die when you feel like living, But we must have turkey on Thanksgiving." There is foxing to the reverse and corner wear including a crease at the upper right corner and rounding of all corners. There is writing in pencil on the reverse, but the card was never stamped or canceled.