Valentine's Gallery Page Nine
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  Cupid Mechanical Valentine 
Mfg. Unknown
Made in Germany
Circa: 1920's
Cut-Out Mechanical Card, a metal grommet separates cupid at his waste allowing the top half of his body to move back and forth.  The back of the card has a piece also attached to the grommet to the card can stand.  Card reads: "Just a Valentine "pointer" to keep in
mind that someone has pierced my heart"
Embossed, Gold Leafed Valentine Postcard
Mfg. Unknown
Circa: Postmarked February 10, 1910
Embossed, Gold Leafed Postcard reads:  "To My Valentine" ~ " As I fashioned this heart of for-get-me-nots, there came a thought sublime 'twas that these tiny bits of true blue dots, were fit for thee "Oh! be my Valentine."
Silk Fringe Victorian Valentine  Silk Fringed Victorian Valentine
Mfg. Unknown
Circa: Late 1800's - Early 1900's
Silk Fringed Victorian Postcard with two sides.  One side of card reads: " With my love ~ Oh could we join our hearts and hands, And never more be parted, No earthly power could break the band That binds the faithful hearted".  The other side reads: "To the one I love ~ Sweet to the soul the whispering, Of hope and promise, when Fancy's soft fairy voices sing, We meet, to part again".
Louis Prang Valentine
Mfg. Unknown
Made in U.S.A
Circa:  1930's
Mechanical Postcard has a wheel attached by a metal grommet at bottom center where you can spin the wheel and give the illusion of the little girl running.  The card reads: "To my Valentine"
   Cut Out Victorian Lace Valentine Carrington Cut Out Lace Victorian Valentine Carrington 
Mfg. Carrington Co.
Chicago, Ill.
Made in USA
Marked 6050
Circa: 1920's - 1930's
Cut-Out Folded Gold Leafed Card with Paper Lace and Scrap Appliqués.  Card reads: " Valentine Greetings". Inside Card reads: "Valentine Greetings ~ Perhaps you're looking for a boy, I hope that boy is me; I'm looking for a girl like you, Her Valentine to be" .
Cut Out Victorian Valentine  Cut Out Victorian Valentine
Mfg. Unknown
Circa: Late 1800's - Early 1900's
Cut Out Embossed Card reads: "Song of Love ~ When counting o'er thy many joys, Recalled by memory, It 'twill not dim thy pleasure then, Oh, give one thought to me".

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