One has wings and the other doesn't, but they both look angelic to me. The wingless one is beating huge white gilded drums to accompany the "wishes sincere." Several shades of blue dominate the color palette. This card is postally mailed but the franking is not readable. However, I can tell you that this version of the sower on the red 10 centimes stamp first came out in 1906. My guess-timate is that this card was sent sometime between 1906 and the first world war. Lightly embossed. Typical antique postcard size of about 5.5 by 3.5 inches. If you look closely, you'll see a couple specks, straw-like, which seem to be incorporated into the paper?? Overall for its age, in fine antique condition.
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