Easter Gallery Page Nine
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Mfg. Unknown
Printed in Germany
Circa: Early 1900's
Cut Out, 3-D, Honeycomb Postcard has a Cut Out piece attached to the Postcard that lifts up to create the Rooster's body which is made of Honeycomb.  There is a small metal tab attached to the back of the card with a small metal nail that slides up to hold the Rooster in place.  Although the postmark is faint, this card actually went through the mail.  The card reads: "With loving wishes for a Happy Easter"

Mfg. P. Sanders, New York
Copyright 1907
Circa: Postmarked March 24, 1910
Deeply Embossed Postcard reads: "Easter Greetings"

Mfg. L. Prang & Co. Boston
Circa: 1883
Postcard reads: "Easter Joys be your ever!"

Mfg. Whitney Made
Worcester, Mass
Circa: Postmarked April 20, 1935
Embossed Postcard reads: "A Happy Easter" ~ "These yellow ducks to-day are here To wish you happiness and cheer".

Mfg. Bon ton Art Co., Boston, Mass
Circa: April 2, 1915
These two little Embossed, Silver Leafed Cards  read: Top Card ~ "With Sincere Wishes for your happiness this Easter" ~ Bottom Card ~ "I am wishing you the happiest Easter I can think of"

Mfg. O & D Engster
Made in Switzerland
Circa: Early 1900's
A Silk Needlepoint is Framed with an Embossed Card to produce the beautiful Postcard that reads: "A Joyful Easter"

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