This is a great vintage Patriotic postcard. It is embossed and shows a scene of George Washington with an ax and a cherry tree. The caption reads "Here's to the hatchet forever distinguished by fame". The card was made in Germany. The bottom left is signed by the artist R. Veentliet. The back is divided and has been postally used and cancelled Feb 1910. The bottom left corner is marked "Printed in Germany No 51766". It has some light soiling on the back and the right hand side is slightly curled upward where the green one cent stamp is affixed in the stamp box. When looking at the front, the bottom edge has a tiny tear. All corners are bumped. Please see photos for condition.
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