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Item #PriceItem Name / Description
#26157
$ 295

Antique Valentine: George C. Whitney Co. Valentine Ca. 1881

A museum-worthy collector's item, we are proud to offer this rare, George C. Whitney Co. Valentine in unbelievable Near Mint Condition dating Ca. 1881. This is a three-dimensional valentine with paper accordians beneath two layers of very unusual paper lace. The bottom layer of paper lace is a unique and early bi-colored paper lace with Wedgwood blue and white Greek Key designed plates incorporate... moreBuy Now http://www.tace.com/i/26157.htmlFrom: RHUMBA! ®
#23311
$ 35

Antique Valentine: Victorian Valentine | Vintage Valentine

Victorian Valentine features a raised paper lace central frame on four paper accordians surrounding a lovely colored image of two Victorian maidens in beautiful Victorian costumes. There are four applied German die-cuts of an angel, a blackbird, a little girl with a bouquet of posies and an envelope and a pair of lovebirds above a message proclaiming "Trust to me" surrounded by roses and lillies o... moreBuy Now http://www.tace.com/i/23311.htmlFrom: RHUMBA! ®
#43719
$ 12

Clapsaddle Valentine Postcard: Clapsaddle Postcard Vintage

Clapsaddle Valentine postcard features a darling little boy in vintage attire holding a Valentine heart of roses with two other flowered hearts. The verse reads, "To My Valentine/Fragrant roses for Rememberance,/Pansies sweet for Living Thought-/So I send you from my garden/That which can nowhere be bought." The front of the postcard has a signature with a copyright symbol: "Int.ArtPub.Co." and ... moreBuy Now http://www.tace.com/i/43719.htmlFrom: RHUMBA! ®
#43704
$ 12

Clapsaddle Valentine Postcard: Vintage Clapsaddle Postcard

Clapsaddle Valentine postcard features a large, red, central heart with a young boy drawing hearts surrounded by blue forget-me-nots with gold accents. The verse reads: "To my beloved Valentine/Dearest, if I did but know,/The reason/why I love you so." It is signed, "Ellen H. Clapsaddle" in script on the bottom left. The postcard measures approximately 5-3/8 x 3-1/2" and is in Very Good/Excell... moreBuy Now http://www.tace.com/i/43704.htmlFrom: RHUMBA! ®
#46060
$ 20

Valentine Die Cut Three Layers "Good Saint Valentine" Lyre

Victorian Valentine is a three-layer creation in shades of aqua and mint green that is over one hundred years old. The first layer is a lovely harp-shaped and very sturdy die cut with an easel decorated in shades of aqua and deeper aqua shaded flowers. It measures approximately 7-7/8 x 4-7/8". The second layer feels like parchment. It contains the metallic gold colored verse that reads: Good ... moreBuy Now http://www.tace.com/i/46060.htmlFrom: RHUMBA! ®
#46222
$ 18

Valentine Vintage Reproduction Victorian Hanging Valentine

Reproduction Victorian Hanging Valentine is about 25 years old. It features three graduated size hearts. The top heart shows a Victorian Woman and child feeding a white swan in a garden with a column in pastel colors. On the top left it reads, "To my Valentine." The middle heart has forget-me-nots in shades of blue and the smallest heart has roses in shades of pink. From top to bottom,... moreBuy Now http://www.tace.com/i/46222.htmlFrom: RHUMBA! ®
#23263
$ 14 & Up

Valentine's Day Jewelry, Vintage Valentines & Gift Gallery,

Valentine heart jewelry, Vintage Valentines, Victorian Valentines and Valentine gifts!... moreMore Info http://www.tace.com/i/23263.htmlFrom: RHUMBA! ®
#26210
$ 20

Valentine: Vintage German Fold Down Valentine Honeycomb

Victorian Fold-down Valentine features three layers with red honeycomb. The back layer is a beautiful mountain scene with blue forget-me-nots and another white flower which I am not familar with. The second layer features a beautifully depicted young girl handing a bouquet of flowers to a seated boy. The front layer features a stone garden seat with a rose trellis behind and white doves. The ... moreBuy Now http://www.tace.com/i/26210.htmlFrom: RHUMBA! ®
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