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Mfg. Unknown
Made in U.S.A.
Labeled H 48
Circa: Early 1900's
Postcard reads: "Hallowe'en Greetings.  This witching day of Hallowe'en our web of fate we spin, be careful or the goble-uns will get you, sure as sin".

Mfg. International Art Publ. Co.
Printed in Germany
Artist: Ellen H. Clapsaddle
Series No. 978
Circa: Postmarked October 31, 1911
Embossed Postcard reads: "O, is my true love tall and grand? O, is my sweetheart bonny?" ~ "Hallowe'en".
Mfg. A Gibson Card
Circa: 1940's
These three little cards are folded into fourths. The 1st card reads: "May no black cats or witches give you the evil eye, and may your only goblin - be gobblin pumpkin pie!".  2nd card reads: "From one "Gay Spirit" to another - Happy Halloween!".  3rd card reads: " Just droppin' in to holler "Boo" - and "Happy Halloween to you!".

Mfg. L. & E.
Artist: H.B.G.
Printed in Germany
Series No. 2231
Circa: Postmarked October 29, 1909
Embossed Gold Leafed Postcard reads: "Be not alarmed, but skow your pluck! Hallow_E'en goblins bring you Luck!"
Mfg. Logo "S"
Series: 140
Circa: 1907
Embossed, Gold Leafed Postcard adorned with lots of Black Glitter, reads: "Hallow'een Brigade".

Mfg. Gibson Lines ~ Gibson Art Company
Circa: 1910
Postcard reads: "Hallowe'en Greetings".

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