For your consideration is a darling Valentine's postcard titled: "St. Valentine's Greeting." It also reads on the front: "She was more Fair--than Words Can Say." It displays a cute little boy dressed, what looks like, in his pajamas. He is standing there dreaming of his fair lady, while the ink bottle at his feet has spilled over & the book behind him is in a rumple. This postcard is signed: Ellen H. Clapsaddle, also. The colors are still vibrant & the scene is so cute! There is a mark on the back that reads: International Art Publ. Co., (The World with a Eagle on top & a ribbon around it with paint brushes tucked into the ribbon symbol), New York-Phila. There is writing on the back, a postmark dated 1919, and two green Washington one cent stamps. It is approx.: 3 1/2"W X 5 1/2"L.
For a postcard that is 100 years old, it is in very good, vintage & collectible condition. There is some light wear overall from age & use, such as: Some light yellowing on the back & lightly scuffed corners & edges. All flaws noted are minor & only mentioned for honest accuracy!
(We hope you will check out the other darling vintage Holiday & other postcards that we have available in our shop for you consideration. Free Domestic U.S.A. Shipping on all postcards purchased from our shop! Thank you!