This early Easter Postcard has a rustic wood grain like background with an embossed and textured cross in silver. The silver of the cross has a sheen. A bouquet of Lily of the Valley is in the forefront. The Lily of the Valley, often used at Easter, is said to symbolize the sweetness, purity, humility, and healing qualities of Jesus Christ. which would explain why the illustration on this card has the flowers appear to be on the cross. The postcard was published by the International Art Publishing Company. It is clean, crisp, and though it has been circulated, it is in Excellent Condition. It is postmarked 1908.
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