A Jolly Hallowe'en Vintage Postcard by B Holfmann - 1909A Jolly Hallowe'en Vintage Postcard by B Holfmann - 1909A Jolly Hallowe'en Vintage Postcard by B Holfmann - 1909A Jolly Hallowe'en Vintage Postcard by B Holfmann - 1909A Jolly Hallowe'en Vintage Postcard by B Holfmann - 1909

For your consideration is a vintage postcard titled: "A Jolly Hallowe'en." It displays Mrs. Pumpkin Head dunking Mr. Pumpkin's Head in a half barrel of water, while a black cat & quarter moon watch through the window. It is all framed in a gold tone trim. It is marked on the front: Drawing Copyright 1909 B. Hofmann. It is also marked on the back: Printed In Germany, (Child at a tube shaped mailbox symbol) Trade Mark, 2097. There is writing on the back, a postmark dated 1909, and a green Franklin one cent stamp. It is approximately 3 1/2"W X 5 1/2"L.

CONDITION: Except for some very light yellowing on the back & very light scuffed corners, this postcard is in very good, vintage & collectible condition. No tears or stains noted! All flaws are minor and only mentioned for accuracy!

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A Jolly Hallowe'en Vintage Postcard by B Holfmann - 1909

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