Two kids celebrating St. Patty's Day on chairs! The girl is lifting her skirts high and kicking up her heels. The boy has his shillelagh on his chair and is reading aloud about St. Patrick, saying, "St. Patrick was a gentleman." He is nattily dressed in a green dress coat, green tie, boutonniere, and top hat with green hat band and white clay pipe. The little girl is wearing a flowered head scarf with shamrocks pinned to it. She has a focused look on her face as she concentrates on her footwork. She is dancing so hard, both her shoe laces have loosened and become untied. Her message: "The Wearing of the Green". Both cards have the stamp stating: Painting only copyrighted by the Int. Art Pub. Co. 1908. Both cards are embossed; have divided backs & the IAPC trademark stamp on the upper left corner. Printed in Germany. His is blank. Hers has a written message and has been posted with a one cent stamp. Good strong cards. Corners typical.
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