Happy Valentines Day

Valentines Day has come around again!  What do we do on every Valentines Day here?  We show some vintage valentines! Where did they come from?  When my father was young, he saved his holiday cards, and I inherited them.  Valentines are the most numerous followed by Christmas cards.  The numbers trail off for the other holidays.  This year I picked out many of the 3 dimensional cards for viewing.  None of them have been punched out, and I am not going to punch them out either, so you kind of have to use your imagination how they would look or go together.  The cards are from the 1920’s.  Sorry, but there are no cats on any of them,.

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3D valentine card 1927

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Vintage 3D valentine 1927

vintage valentine

3D valentine

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1928

inside vintage valentines

Inside vintage valentines

vintage valentine

3D 1923

vintage valentine

3D Girl side detachable 1928

vintage valentine

1923

vintage valentine

3D unfolds towards front 1928

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3D vintage valentine 1922

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  1. On the 14th I gave a startled look to my carer and told her Happy Valentine’s Day! She looked at me with a bit of an eye-roll so I snorted and told her where to go with my favourite word! (You know the one………it’s closely followed by ‘off’) Cheers,H

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    1. Valentines Day has everything to do with couples, so if you have someone special in your life, it can be made into a special day. I am lucky to say I found someone after quite a few years and I had a great valentines day. Thanks for your comment. I think you spoke to the wrong person!

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  2. Happy Valentine’s Day xxx I love looking at all the old cards I was trying to choose what 1 I like the best but they’re all so nice. Happy Valentine’s too your Feline family.💖😻💜🐾🐾🐾🐾

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