Christmas Gallery Page Thirteen
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Embossed, Celluloid Card has three pieces, the front piece is an Embossed Celluloid sheet attached to a two piece folded Embossed Card held together by a small Pink Satin Ribbon. The front reads: "Greetings". The inside is printed by the sender in Gold Leaf and reads: "Christmas, 1912 ~ Remembrance is a simple work, 'Tis often spoken, often hear, But you will know its meaning true, Because it brings this wish to you. ~ May all your Hopes and Aims be realised at Christmas, is the Hearty Wish of Ernest W. Taylor 47 Victoria Street, Dinnington, Nr. Rotherham
Circa: Late 1800's
This small Gold Leafed Card reads: "A Bright and Happy Christmas"
Mfg. International Art Publishing Co., New York
Art by: Ellen H. Clapsaddle
Circa: Postmarked December 23, 1907
Embossed Postcard reads: "Christmas Greetings ~ Brave hope for days to be, The granting of one's best desires, I ask it all for thee."
Mfg. Wirths Brothers
Poetry by: H. S. B.
Circa: Mid to Late 1800's
This small card reads: "A Happy Christmas" ~ The back reads: " Christmas Greeting ~ Christmas bells are pealing, And I think, I hear Their sweet echoes stealing, Through the closing year; Joyous thoughts of loved one's In their echoes ring, Heaven bless and keep thee, Thus the sweet bells sing. H.S.B.
Mfg. Louis Prang & Co., Boston, U.S.A.
Poetry by: E. S. F.
A beautiful Louis Prang Christmas Card reads: "A Merry Christmas ~ And, alike through storm and sunshine, With joy and peace in her breast, The dear Mother - Stork sits tranquil, High upon her airy nest." The back has a poem entitled: " The Song of the Stork, Summer" by: E. S. F.
Mfg. Raphael Tuck & Sons
Art Publishers to their Majesties the
King & Queen
Christmas Postcard Series No. 136
Printed in Saxony
Circa: Postmarked: December 21, 1908
Embossed, Silver Leafed Postcard reads: "Wishing you a happy Christmas"