This Christmas postcard has a copyright of 1910 by John Winsch. The card is done in pastels with little to suggest that it is a Christmas card other than the sentiment on the front. Corners are rounded.The reverse of the card carries a postmark with an unreadable year and a message written in pencil. The message is peculiar, but this is what is interesting in many of the old postcards. This card reads, "Dear Daughter, I'm sending you a bottle of medicine and as soon as our law suit is over I'll see if I can come over. Mother.