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Victorian Valentine's Day Cards
Backcountry Notes ^
| January 31, 2010
| Jay Henderson
Posted on 02/05/2010 6:16:46 AM PST by jay1949
Beginning in the mid-19th century, Valentine's Day cards became very popular, and many examples of Victorian-era cards still exist. Popular themes included cherubs, angels, roses, hearts, and pretty girls. For the most part, Victorian style Valentine's Day cards were made like postcards, with the picture on one side and space for a message on the other.
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TOPICS: Arts/Photography; Society
KEYWORDS: cards; valentines; victorian
posted on 02/05/2010 6:16:46 AM PST
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