Copyright dated 1907 and from Fred Lounsbury, as noted on the front under the mirror, comes this embossed Halloween postcard featuring a lady looking in a mirror, and a rhyme, typical of the Halloween genres of the Victorian and Edwardian eras, which often invoked romance, and sometimes the black arts, where things could be predicted, such as who this lady's future husband may be, as he appears in the mirror. The top and bottom borders have candles, black cat, bats, corn, pumpkins and a jack o lantern. It was never used or mailed, so it is in very good condition with light wear, corner bumps, some smudges on the back and is part of the series 2052 - 4 as noted on the bottom left front.
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1907 Unused Lounsbury Halloween Postcard Lady in Mirror Bats Black Cat Edwardian Era Embossed