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“The dark nights are drawing in
And my humour is as black as them”
sang The Smiths in Miserable Lie

A dark and mysterious selection of images.
The world viewed through a tinted glass or under gaslight.
For more inspiration, see the 1944 film 'Gaslight' with Ingrid Bergman, Joseph Cotten and Charles Boyer (guess who plays the bad role).

Each postcard has a cover image and the reproduction of a vintage postcard on the rear face.
Postcards are sent to you prettily packaged!

Vintage images re-printed as postcards.
I have chosen and combined all images.
Use them for sending a special message to a long lost friend or as a bookmark or in your favourite scrapbook. You can also frame them!

Thanks to the co-operation with a local printing workshop, I can now offer marvellous postcards.
Postcards are printed on 350g textured card and are standard postcard size, 10x15 cm (5.91x3.94”).
Card is manufactured in a local, family run workshop with artisan techniques. 100% recycled card, certified by Der Blaue Engel (0 environmental impact).

Please feel free to convo me for any further information!
and see:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/archivioGotico/policy

SHIPPING!
IF YOU PURCHASE SEVERAL ITEMS AND SHIPPING CHARGES SEEM TO HIGH, PLEASE CONVO ME FOR INFORMATION. I WILL EITHER PREPARE A SPECIAL LISTING FOR YOU WITH THE RIGHT CHARGES OR OTHERWISE REFUND ANY DIFFERENCE VIA PAYPAL!

Sale - Vintage inspired postcard set, Gaslight - Set of 8 different postcards

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