Valentine's Gallery Page Eight
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 Cut Out Lace Valentine Cut Out Lace Valentine Cut Out Lace Valentine 
Mfg. Unknown
Circa: 1920's
Cut-Out Folded Card with Paper Lace and Scrap Appliqués has images on the front and back.  Inside Card reads: "Across your heart, my Valentine, Please place this plainly printed sign - For all save me to read and fear.  YOU'RE NOT ALLOWED TO TRESPASS HERE 
Embossed, Gold Leafed Valentine Postcard
Mfg. Unknown
Circa: Early 1900's
Embossed, Gold Leafed Postcard reads:  "To My Valentine" ~ " I send thee Poppies red, For I've often heard it said, That if you breathe its perfume deep, 'Twill cast o'er you sweet sleep.  And perchance you'll dream in time, That you will be my Valentine"
Cut-Out 3 Dimensional Valentine  Cut-Out 3 Dimensional Valentine
Mfg. Unknown
Printed in Germany
Circa: Late 1800's - Early 1900's
3-D Pop-Up, Fold-Out, Embossed, Cut-Out Card. Front piece says "To my Valentine" and folds forward, stands on its own to reveal all the layers and the 3-D effect.  When open this card is about 4 inches deep.  Each layer is approximately an inch apart..
Louis Prang Valentine
Mfg. L. Prang & Co.
Boston, USA
Circa:  1893
This tiny Postcard reads: "Be Life All Love, All Happiness!
   Mechanical Cut Out Valentine Mechanical Cut Out Valentine 
Mfg. Unknown
Made in USA
Circa: 1920's - 1930's
Mechanical 3-D Cut-Out Honeycomb Card. Pull over the little purple heart tab and the umbrella opens to reveal the 3-D honeycomb.  The heart tab fits in a tiny slot so it can stay open and the card has a little foot tab to stand on its own.  Card reads: "You're SODA - LICIOUS ~ I like mine sweet! ~ That's why you're my Valentine" 
Valentine Lollipop
Mfg. AMP Co.
Circa: Postmarked February 18, 1920
This Postcard with needlepoint reads: " I love your apple (pie - see picture) I love your frosted  (cake - see picture) And so I'm very positive, That no mistake I'll make, To forward you this little line And choose you for my (Valentine -see picture)"

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