This is one of Anna Whelan Betts' delightful Edwardian illustrations that I wasn't able to find any history on or what it was originally titled. Doing an image search on Google even turned up empty handed. In a way, that's a great sign because then you know you have a postcard that's not so common! As you can see in the last photos, I have four of these in this particular set and it pairs so well with the Valentine card with the girl in pink. These would be delightful to mat and frame. Produced by Max Munk of Vienne of Austria, this postcard is unused and in overall mint condition. Munk's business did not survive after World War I, so with the divided back, that helps us date this card to circa 1904-1917. Typical antique postcard size: about 3.5 by 5.5 inches.
It is interesting to compare these versions of the Vienne cards with those from the Polish Count's collection. I have several featuring both the art of Anna and her sister Ethel. Use Betts or Count in the word search box to see them all. Remember: if you BUY MORE, you can save more! See the details on my home page.