Valentine's Gallery Page Seven
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3D Cut Out Valentine
Mfg. Gibson
Made in U.S.A.
Circa: 1930's - 1940's
Mechanical Cut-Out Card is a Fire truck that has wheels that turn.  Wheels read:  "To My Valentine ~ You've Set My Heart Aflame".
Raphael Tuck and Sons Valentine Postcard
Mfg. A Gibson Card
Circa: 1940's
Folded in fourths this card has a head of hair!  The girl on the card has beautiful wavy yellow imitation hair attached with tape through the inside.  The card reads:  "Jus' Tellin' You on Valentine's Day!  I ain't the least in love with you, I positively AIN'T.  The inside shows the girl holding a red heart that says: DO I?  and continues to read: That's what I tell myself, But, Gee! My voice keeps getting faint!
Gibson Valentine
Mfg. Unknown
Made in U.S. Am.
Circa: 1940's
Cut Out Mechanical Postcard reads: "Yes Sir!  "Blow Me Down"  This cute little card has a moveable boat that reveals the words: I'd be all at sea without you! when rocked".
Mechanical Punch and Judy Valentine
Mfg. Unknown
Printed in Germany
Circa:  1930's - 1940's
Mechanical Cut-Out Card has a tab on the side which when pulled moves the puppets back and forth, beating each other up like the Punch & Judy Show.  The card reads: "To my sweetheart ~ Stop Acting and Be My Valentine".
 Mechanical Cut Out Valentine 
Mfg. Unknown
Printed in Germany
Circa: 1930's - 1940's
Mechanical Cut-Out Card.  Move the red heart and the woman's arm moves and puts a coin into a subway fortune telling machine. Her fortune then appears out of the slot and reads: "You Big Boloney.  Card reads: My Love ~ Subway ~ Your Fortune 1 ~ Valentine's Secrets".  The back has a tab that allows the card to stand on its own.
Valentine Lollipop
Mfg. Unknown
Made in Germany
Circa: early 1900's
Small Embossed Cut-Out Card, reads: "Sweet Thoughts".  The back of the card has a paper "A" frame to allow it to stand on its own.

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