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Mfg. Unknown
Circa: Late 1800's - Early 1900's
Printed in Germany
Poem by:  M.S. Haycraft
Very unusual embossed cut-out  plastic lace card. The front plastic piece is sown onto a backing of hard card stock.  The outside reads: "Good Luck".  A small light blue ribbon holds the inside sheet which reads: "May Good Health and Fortune speed you this Christmas.  At Christmastide put care away, And let they heart for gladness sing: Bring forth the festal Holly Spray, For now, on Winter's snowy wing, Dear Noel comes and bears from me, Bellsings, remembrance, love to thee.  M.S. Haycraft.".

Mfg. Unknown
Circa: 1940's
Cut-Out Mechanical Card.  Santa's arms move independently as if he is writing.   Card reads:  "Santa says this is the Write Time to send greetings ~ so here's a wish for Merry Christmas!".

Mfg. TIC
Made in Germany
Circa: Postmarked December 24, 1913
Embossed, Gold Leafed Postcard reads: "A Merry Christmas ~ May joy and peace be yours today and hope attend on all life's way.."

Mfg. Unknown
Circa: 1930's
Very unusual small bright and shiny cards are made from very thin tin or aluminum.   They each have another small paper card attached to the front as well.  The first card is a fireplace with a paper wreath and is marked 863 and has a fold out in the back so it can stand on its own.   It reads: "Merry Christmas, Best Wishes for your Happiness at Christmas."   The other card looks like a television set and has a fold out stand and is marked 8865.  It reads: "Best Wishes For A Joyous Holiday."

    Mfg. Unknown.
Circa: Postmarked December 20, 1909
Marked Night Before Christmas Series No. 1
Embossed, Gold Leafed Postcard reads: "A Merry Christmas".

Mfg. Raphael Tuck & Sons
Art Publishers to their Majesties
the King and Queen
Circa: Late 1880
Another of our favorite's and oldest cards this Christmas Card reads: "A Happy Christmas".

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