This antique Easter postcard has a postmark on the back from 1911 and it's front image is a heavily embossed burgundy Easter egg broken open to reveal frolicking bunnies and eggs in a spring landscape. The top of the egg has gold lettering which says: “Best Easter Wishes”. The other quality feature on this piece is the zigzag texturing on the background of the postcard which is a dark metallic gold. The item is in very good condition with only a tiny, tiny loss on the upper right hand corner, but no corner bends and a very small dark spot along the bottom left border about 3/8” in from the corner. It measures the standard 5 1/2" X 3 1/2". The embossing die included both the zigzag background as well as the much heavier (more rounded) type for the egg and bunnies, etc. As you can see in our last photos the card was posted and has its original 1-cent Ben Franklin stamp. It is marked “Made In Germany” along the upper left hand border on the back. The piece is a very good quality printing/embossing example from the early 20th century.