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Normally $5.00, this postcard has 50% off!

This postcard is fantastic! I love the style of it and the comedy value! I also love the vibrancy of the words written in red on the front, particularly considering its age. It is a picture of a woman's legs hanging down from a branch of a tree and a man looking up at them. The caption reads 'You'd think from the limbs that that was a peach tree'. This would actually make a funny Valentine's Day gift!

The postmark is 1914, sent from Pittsburgh, Philadelphia to an address in Beaver, California. The message is really lovely. It begins 'Dear sister-brother, How is everybody down on the farm'. There must have been a newborn in the family as they go on to say 'We have the High-chair for the baby and a cape we will send it later'.

There is some yellowing due to its age but otherwise it is in good condition.

S A L E 50% OFF Vintage 1914 comedy postcard "You'd think from the limbs that that was a peach tree"


Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1910s
  • Material: Paper
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 100 reviews
  • Favorited by: 4 people