On offer is a pretty floral motif Easter postcard from 1910. It measures the standard 5 1/2” by 3 1/2” size and is heavily embossed in the two bands of pink carnations as well as in the central trio of red carnations. The card has gilded corners and a greenish background which fades from medium to cream in the center. The card's condition is fair/poor with bends and/or gilding losses on all four corners. It's greeting is the simple phrase “An Easter Remembrance”. As you can see in the photos of the back, it has been addressed and filled in in pen. Unusually, it has a Canada Poste stamp with a portrait of Edward VII (as in Edwardian Period) and a postmark for 1910 from somewhere in Saskatchewan, Canada. Even considering its condition issues, it is a pretty and vibrant graphic.