Some more postcards from my collection.
These antique St. Patrick day cards are from 1910 to 1912.
The one that is shown here has it's date stamp on the front which reads "Mar 12 1912"
With lovely graphics the 3 postcards I am featuring will make charming cards and decorations for St Paddy's Day.
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This post card was sent 1911 and show a scene with a courting couple in a horse carriage. The message on the back reads:
"Well, Well! Is this the way your going to sit, when you go out driving. From a Friend"
Welcome St Patrick's Day postcard is great in the two colors of gold and green. The lettering is beautifully done, especially the "W" in welcome.
The message on the back of this Dear Erin's Isle postcard sent in 1911 makes be wonder if it was sent from one brother to another. It reads:
"How goes life in the stock room? Am sure having a good time the city. Sincerely Erin P.S Don't work too hard."
I hope you enjoy this wonderful 100 year old post cards!
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