marked: Printed in Germany
No other publisher's marks
marked: Made in Germany
circa 1930s, 1940s
Child in Scout-type Uniform
Folding Stand-Up Card
Tokens of Love or classroom exchanges, valentines vary from sincere to silly to some real oddities. Scroll down and use the category links on the right side to browse and feel the LUV! Our constantly updated selection of vintage valentine cards includes postcards, flats, mechanicals, pop-ups, dimensional, cartoon characters, honey combs, flats, folded, french-fold, stand-up, shelf-edge sitters, table-top displays and more.
Welcome to the Vintage Valentine Museum! Come peruse our collection of VINTAGE VALENTINES, arranged by category for easy searching.
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