Christmas Gallery Page Eight
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Mfg. International Art  Publ., Co. Ltd.
Marked 299.
Circa: Postmarked December 25, 1904
Postcard reads: "A bright and cheerful Christmas". "To: From:"

Mfg. Unknown
Circa: 1940's
This interesting Christmas Card has six identical pages that are stapled in the center allowing it to fan out into the shape of a Christmas tree and stand on its own.   Every other page reads: "Merry Christmas" and "Noel"

Mfg. Unknown.
Circa:  Postmarked December 25, 1907
Embossed, Silver Foil Postcard reads: "With best Christmas Wishes".
Mfg.  Unknown
Circa: Early 1900's
Embossed, Gold Leafed Postcard reads: "To wish you the old, old wish, A Merry Christmas and a Bright New Year."
    Mfg. Unknown
Circa: 1907
Cut-Out, Embossed, Gold Leafed Card reads: "Happy Hours".  The inside reads: "A happy Christmas to you ~ A greeting to my absent little friend.  May merry Christmas pleasures have no end.".






Mfg. L. Prang & Co., Boston
Circa: 1882
One of the most famous cards in our collection is this well known card made by Louis Prang a pioneer of the greeting card industry, especially in Christmas Cards. You can read about Mr. Prang in the History section of the Museum. You will find over 40 Louis Prang Cards in our Galleries. This card is both a Christmas and New Year's Card and reads: Happy New Year, Merry Christmas - The glory of the world is come and fit it is we find a roome to welcome him.  The nobler part of all the house is the heart.  May you have all this time bequeaths of comfort and content.  This my sampler is with Greetings sent with Hollie and with Ivie Leaves.

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