An antique postcard charm made of silver of 800 to 900 purity with hand etched design and calligraphy. The language is Hungarian. The front of the postcard has the Word LevelezoLap, which means postcard. Beneath that is Czim, which means "Direct To." There are several separating lines for the address space. The back has ornate calligraphy that translates to Best Wishes or Regards in the first line and I am unsure of the second but believe it may translate to "Views from...and then a mountain location, Tylo. There is a little etched stamp in the corner of the address side. The darkness of the etched areas is tarnish that has developed through the years. There is an attached bail as well as a hanging bail. The charm measures 7/8" x 1/2" and weighs 2.4 grams.