Large Vintage Fold-out Valentine - Free shipping in the U.S.!
- Product Code: FI-FOVAL
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Oh, such sweet graphics on this vintage valentine! A blue-eyed cupid plays a guitar while two Victorian children stand behind a fince with their kitty and dog. Lots of pretty florals and the best red crepe paper accordian-style bloom that folds out when you open the card. Printed on the bottom is, "To my Valentine" and "My love and heart are yours in every place, May Good Luck towards you never change its face." Written in pencil on the back is the name Mildred and Mother, Feb 14, 1902. Something else was written below the name Mildred, but it looks like it has been erased. I can make out a capital M, but that's it. The date also looks like it may have been rewritten at some point in time. In any case, it is an old valentine. The strips of cardboard that help the card stand when folded out are weak and could use some reinforcing if you want to display it in standing position, as it leans forward (as can be seen in the photos). Nonetheless, it is a lovely Valentine with good graphics and would look nice in a display at Valentine's Day. Measures 8.75"h x 5.75"w.
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