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These two cutie pies belong together. Each has google eyes and are holding a heart in their right hand. They are adorable as Ellen Clapsaddle is known for, but is unsigned. His eyes glance left from his chubby cheeked smiling face framed by his Prince Valiant haircut and oversized white collar. His red short pants and vest are handsome. Her eyes glance right from the same chubby face, however she is wearing a white hat with a big flower on each side. Her fancy white dress is accented in the same baby blue as her shoes. The message: "A Greeting to my Valentine. This little heart, it beats for you, alone for you, Dear Heart." This card was published by the Wolf Co. whose logo is on the back and stamp is on the lower right corner (bent corner). 501 Message and postmarked 1920 - one cent stamp. His card is embossed. "St. Valentine's Greeting. My love is great, My heart is true and both. I offer now to you." IAPC - New York - Phila 154. Addressed and postmarked 1918. 2 cent stamp. Crease in the middle of the card
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Pair Unsigned Clapsaddle Valentines
$18 USD SOLD
He says "why?" she says " why not."
Offering the unexpected, the eclectic, the "gotta-have-it.