Antique Victorian Valentine's Card Paper Lace Die Cut W/ Sweet Brother / Sister
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Antique Victorian Valentine's Card Paper Lace Die Cut W/ Sweet Brother / Sister:
Antique Victorian Valentine's Card Paper Lace Die Cut w/ Sweet Brother and Sister.Size 4 x 6''.
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Please enlarge the scan for actual condition. All of theVictorian Valentine Card,trade cards, prints, and scraps are from the late 1800s and most have been removed from scrapbooks. Therefore, there may be remnants of paper or glue on the backside.
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*If you purchase multiple items please let me know and I will submit one invoice with the total.**HAPPY TO COMBINED:)Printed Valentine cards first appeared in the 18th century, simple sheets with a written verse. Soon afterward the traditional symbols began to appear - Cupid, flowers, and hearts. The sending of Valentine cards rapidly increased in the 19th century as improvements in printing techniques and the postal service made it more affordable. The Victorians developed highly decorative cards using materials such as paper lace, feathers, tiny mirrors, and even hair.
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