This Valentine trio is estimated to be from the 1950's to 1960's. The Kitty Cat Valentine with the Cuckoo Clock was manufactured by A-meri-card. The Valentine portrays a kitten telling the bird in a cuckoo clock; "You're drivin me cuckoo." The card opens to a big red heart with another message; "Because I'm simply crazy about you." This little Valentine is in Excellent Condition. It initially appears as unused but there does seem to be a trace of a signature that has been erased. This card can stand for display and measures 3" x 3".
The other two one dimension Valentines each have a fading penciled signature on their reverse. The cat in boots, dressed like a pirate, measures 3 3/4" x 2 7/8". His message; "You can bet your boots I want you for my Valentine." The cute puppy dog holds a brush (maybe a shaving brush) in his paw. He measures 3 5/8" x 2 1/2". His message; "Don 't give me the brush off Valentine"...as if anyone could resist those puppy dog eyes!
All three Valentines have sharp, bright colors. All are without rips, tears, or creases.
The price is for the three.
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