Among the box of greeting cards found under my grandmother’s bed in 1980 was this very old-fashioned card somewhat yellowed with age. While the others proved to be 1940-1960, this one appears to be much older. Although not dated it surely represents the 1930's judging by the young ladies dress. Signed by my mother who was married in 1936. The silver-edged fan is folded back at the corner and secured with a simple pink bow. Much of the artwork has been done in silver and is difficult to see in these scanned pictures. Original envelope is included although worn and torn, they go together. Addressed on the front, again in my mother’s hand, “On Mother’s Day.” The back page is blank with no signature or logo of any kind. Insurance may be declined at checkout.
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