Series set of five Edwardian Paris France fantasy postcards called Bon Petit Coeur. The cards are used and postmarked for 1904. The cards feature two girls peering out their windows. The narration is in french but my literal translation is 1) a poor little window overlooks our yard dreamed a humble girl with beautiful eyes like the day. 2) was cute but pretty grieves in his pallor to my little neighbor, I first found a flower. 3) Me , naïve I realized she was hungry. We met. Will you take a piece of bread. 4) You will not be disappointed, I will watch over you, do you want to eat ? drink ? do you want to play with me. 5) Do you want this pretty flower. Oh yes she said as soon I will send for a thief. A mom who is up. Okay so I'm sure my interpretation is way off but these cards are soooooooo sweet and I'm sure someone who speaks French can interpret them. The cards may be used but they are in very good condition.
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