Two neat Easter postcards in this listing! Neither has been mailed but have handwritten names.
This is a very pretty Easter postcard and is from the “Easter Lily Series”. Postmarked 1909 and has cancelled one cent stamp. This postcard would be lovely framed and displayed.
This is a really neat Easter postcard! There’s a gold color egg with a bunny pulling a wagon of Easter lilies. Postmarked Apr. 13, 1927 and has cancelled red two cents stamp.
Each of these Easter Greetings postcards have flowers and a cross and are from “Serie 7000”. None have been mailed but have handwritten “to” and “from” names.
I’ve grouped these two Easter postcards together because each has a rabbit “hatched” from an egg! Neither has been mailed but have handwritten in pencil “to” and “from” names.
These birthday greeting postcards would be pretty framed and displayed – especially the one with the girl and boy! Postcards have cancelled one cent stamps and postmark dates of 1910.
This birthday postcard has a bouquet of old-fashioned roses! Postcard is unused. Neat!
The verse on this Happy Birthday postcard is so pretty! “May your Birthday be bright with blessing, As bright as the stars that shine, All gladness and joy possessing, Accept dear, this wish of mine.” Postcard was mailed from Birdseye, Indiana, has cancelled one cent stamp, and is postmarked Feb. 3, 1913.
Five birthday postcards! All have been mailed with postmark dates of 1903, 1910 (2), 1922, and 1924 and four have cancelled one cent stamps (one stamp has been removed).
There are five really neat birthday postcards in this listing! Three have handwritten “to” and “from” and two have been mailed with postmark dates of 1916 and 1920. Both have one cent stamps with one appearing to have not been cancelled.
Five birthday postcards – three have been mailed and have postmark dates of 1909, 1913, and 1914 and have cancelled one cent stamps. The other two have handwriting but were not mailed. Neat!
Five Happy Birthday postcards in this listing! Four have been mailed with postmark dates of 1909, 1910, 1914, and 1919. Three have cancelled one cent stamps, one stamp has been removed. The other postcard has handwritten “to” and “from” names but was not mailed.