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Mfg. L. Prang & Co.
Circa: Dated 1883
One of the oldest and prized cards in our collection, this card is Manufactured by the Greeting Card Pioneer, Louis Prang.   As many cards of this time, this card was meant to be hand delivered or mailed in an envelope to protect the silk fringe border.   The front of the card reads: "The Cross, Lo! It glows with Peace and Joy!"  The back reads: "Easter".

Mfg. D.R.G.M.
Circa: Postmarked March 1909
Postcard with Squeaker reads: "A Happy Easter"

Mfg. Unknown
Circa: Early 1900's
Double sided Embossed Postcard has a material center making the Easter Egg.  The center was to be used as a Pin Cushion.  The postcard reads: "Easter Greetings"

Mfg. Unknown
Printed in Germany
Serie 1520
Circa: Early 1900's
Embossed Postcard reads: "Joyful Easter"

Mfg. Unknown
Circa: Postcard March 30, 1907
Embossed, Gold Leafed Postcard reads: "Easter Greetings"

Mfg. International Art Publ. Co.
New York Berlin
Printed in Germany
Marked No. 51788
Circa: Early 1900's
Mechanical Embossed Postcard has a turning wheel held in by a metal grommet at the center of the card.  You can turn the wheel from either side of the cards which makes spiral designs as the wheel turns.  The card reads: "A Very Happy Easter."

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