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  Mfg. Hallmark
Circa: 1939
Cut-out folded card has real white lace in the bottom window.  Card inside reads: "This is the Easter Bunny's house, Where he has stored away a lot of Happy Easter thoughts, For you on Easter Day!".

Mfg. Unknown
Circa: Postmarked April 3, 1911
Embossed, Gold Leafed Postcard reads: "Christ Risen, Loving Easter Greetings".

Mfg. Unknown
Made in the U.S.A.
Circa: 1930's
Folded card, folded into fourths has a thick plastic beading in front on the flowers and window giving them a shimmering look and feel, also has a cutout on the front door allowing you to look part of the inside of the card.  The card reads: "To a Dear Grandmother at Easter, when opened reveals the living room seen slightly from the front.   Inside reads: "It's just a sunny Easter thought that's coming to your own address, With lots of love, Grandmother Dear and every wish for Happiness!".

Mfg. Unknown
Circa: early 1900's
Very small folded Embossed Card reads: "A Joyful Easter".  When opened reads: "Joyful Easter, the best of wishes, Go with my greeting today".

Mfg. Quality
Made in the U.S.A.
Circa: 1920's
Folded card, folds into fourths has three layers of silver foil mounted on the top of the card and a purple and lavender ribbon that ties through to the inside of the card.   Card reads:  Happy Easter, SWEETHEART, when opened reads: "All the happy tender thoughts that lovers always share, All the precious memories that prove how much they care; All the depth of feeling, too, That thoughts of you impart, Are in this Easter greeting, Dear, That comes straight from the heart!".





Mfg. Unknown
Circa: early 1930's
Heavy card folded card, with a light blue ribbon that goes through to the center of the card. Card reads: "Easter Greetings to the One I Married.   The inside of the card has a second sheet of folded paper that reads: "Life's little roadways lead us far, 'Neath golden sun and silver star, But life with you is so complete, That all the way to me is sweet!".

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