Where's Rudolph? The sleigh? Has Santa been forced to modernize?
The inside is blank, so that you may include your own message to the recipient.
During the early 20th century, postcards were a most popular method of communication, with just enough room to write a little note to a friend, family member, lover or neighbor. They were so popular that millions of cards crossed through the mails.
Reproduced from an original postcard, this delightful note card features our favorite man of winter, Santa Claus. He's driving an old-timey roadster carrying his sack of goodies through the snow.
On the back of the card is the image of the message on the original postcard (see our second photo). It was sent from and addressed to Wellesley, Massachusettes in 1904. The addressee is:
Master William Joy
R.G. Shan estate
With the message:
Happy New Year
This, to us, is great news...that you can still find vintage postcards like this for a bargain...just keep looking.
This modern reproduction greeting card measures 5 inches by 7 inches and arrives with an appropriate white envelope.