This Valentine that has four layers and folds open is pretty large. It measures about eight and three-quarters inches tall and is five and one-quarter inches wide. When folded down with the honeycomb at the bottom it is about three and a half inches deep. Although unmarked, I believe this is an American made Valentine circa 1920s-1930s. The background color is tones of red with gold color accents. The cute little girl in her blue bonnet holds a red valentine in one hand and a pail in the other. The inscription on the pail is partly hidden by the multi-layers but reads: "Play the Game and Be My Valentine". The little boy is dressed as a hobo with his back pack. His red heart reads:"I'd tramp the world over". On the bottom of the fold down portion the verse continues:and is titled "My Valentine" I have picture the verse in one of the pictures. The fold down tabs are all in god condition as is the entire die cut. I noted some soiling on the bottom where the Valentine would rest on a surface when opened. The back is plain with a penciled inscription "From Edna & Elroy" . I will package so it will not bend in transit.
Die Cut Large Valentine Fold Down Girl and Boy