Since Tete posted some Valentines, I will post the ones I have scanned that belonged to my Grandmother. Some I have already posted, but if you don't read my blog you may not of seen them.
Valentine from the 1860's
The next one I thought was interesting due to what is written on the back, this is one I recently bought.
Next Valentine post will be more postcards from the 1900's.
Joining Tete for Second Hand Sundays.
and Valentine Card Party at A Very Merry Vintage Style
I love and enjoyed seeing all these neat valentine cards.
I love yours! Thanks for joining in on the fun! I think they look so good together in a post just for them!
Keep them coming-they're wonderful!
Great olden cards, Ann. They are saying snow this week. Yea!!!
Such old old cards and they are so lovely!
I LOVE Antique Valentine's!!! and OH how I LOVED Valentines Day growing up when we all exchanged little cards at school!!!
Thank you for sharing your treasures,
Good Morning Ann Sweetie...
Oh what a beautiful share. I love your Valentines. Especially the ones that belonged to your Grandmother with the writing on the back, and dates so that you know who they came from and when. How wonderful that is.
I have so enjoyed your share today. I thank you for that. It brought me much joy. What beautiful penmanship your Grandmother had. Beautiful sweetie. Just beautiful.
Many hugs for a gorgeous Sunday and much love, Sherry
Fun to see...thanks for sharing them!
Faye @ wildrosevintage
Your collection is really lovely!
Wow, your valentines are so pretty. I love the embossed cards.
I love your collection. They are really beautiful. There's something about cards from that era.
These are so lovingly collected and have a wonderful charm to them.
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