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To the One I Love by VALENTINE) - No date.  Ca. 1900. - from and

To the One I Love


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No date. Ca. 1900.. VINTAGE VALENTINE CARD, chromolithograph illustration on front wih floral decorative embossed border and brown and white illustration inside, 5 x 4 inches. Name written in pencil inside, otherwise fine condition. Text inside card reads: "To My Valentine. I love my Love because she's true, I read it in her eyes' deep hue, I love my Love because she's bright, her happy face a charming sight, I love my Love becausee she's smart And Wrote her name upon my heart, I love my Love because she's mine And I am her own Valentine. R.F.". .
  • Bookseller: US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 37835
  • Title: To the One I Love
  • Author: VALENTINE)
  • Book condition: Used
  • Date published: No date. Ca. 1900.
  • Keywords: card, Chromolithographs, ephemera, holiday, Poetry, Valentine, zzephem
  • Bookseller catalogs: Holidays;


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