Sunday, December 9, 2012

1950s Xmas cards



These came from my old neighbour, Dee, from a big set that was rescued from a garbage dump. They date from the 1950s, I think. A bunch were very fancy, with inserts, and had to have been assembled by hand:


Die cut shapes like this are very expensive to do. There is also an abvious effort to use novel materials, like yellow cellophane:


This one has a removable sheet of music:



2 comments:

John Lepsky said...

This Xmas cards are better than cards today :)

Cool post :)

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