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  • Subject: Hearts
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    • Broken hearts are good as new.

    • Broken hearts are good as new.

    • Valentines; Hearts; Bells; Chains; Pines

    • Two cracked hearts hanging from a pine bough. They are connected to each other and then to a bell by a chain. The full inscription on the card reads, "Broken hearts are good as new, / if they are mended well - / so if this appeals to you /...
    • To my hearts [sic] best love.

    • To my hearts [sic] best love.

    • Cupids; Valentines; Flowers; Roses; Flowers; Doves; Hearts; Bows (Archery); Arrows

    • Two cupids on a wall or balcony. One holds a drawn bow and arrow; the other holds roses. Two pierced hearts float in the air near the two cupids. A pair of doves nestle nearby. The cupids are near an urn full of flowers. Postmarked 1909 on verso.
    • Valentine message.

    • Valentine message.

    • Valentines; Cupids; Hearts

    • Two cupids holding two hearts between them; the hearts are bound together with ribbon. One cupid is kneeling in front of the other. Printing information dates this card to before the first World War.
    • Token of love.

    • Token of love.

    • Valentines; Hearts; Arrows; Flowers

    • Two interlocking hearts pierced by a golden arrow. The hearts lie on a bed of flowers. Published by Raphael Tuck & Sons in the Valentine postcards series, no. 2665. Printing information dates this card to before the first World War.
    • To my darling.

    • To my darling.

    • Valentines; Hearts; Flowers; Landscapes (Representations)

    • Two intertwined hearts made of garlands of purple flowers. "To my darling" is spelled out in flowers. Behind the hearts is a landscape with a lake or pond. Copyright Davidson Brothers, 1909. Serie [sic] 163.
    • To my valentine.

    • To my valentine.

    • Valentines; Women; Roses; Flowers; Hearts

    • Woman with long black hair standing in profile, near roses. She may be holding the roses. She is framed in a heart. The card is decorated with flowers and hearts. Address information dates this card to no later than 1914.
    • To my valentine.

    • To my valentine.

    • Valentines; Boys; Hearts; Pulleys; Flowers

    • Boy holds heart on pulley. He stands in a ring of blue flowers with other hearts suspended from ropes. There is a rhyme printed on the front of the card: "Farewell care, and farewell woe; I will no longer pine; for I believe I have her heart...
    • Love's fond message.

    • Love's fond message.

    • Valentines; Swings; Hearts; Flowers; Cupids

    • Cupid sitting in swing that hangs from a bunch of blue flowers. Hearts hang down from the flowers. There is an additional inscription, "My Valentine is sweet and fair, / Therefore I offer my heart to her." Copyrighted, "printing...
    • Valentine greeting.

    • Valentine greeting.

    • Cupids; Arrows; Hearts; Valentines

    • Cupid sits on the ground by pile of hearts, some of them pierced with arrows. His quiver of arrows lies nearby. An inscription is printed at the bottom of the card: "My heart, one of Cupid's collection, / Pleads ardently for your...
    • Valentine message.

    • Valentine message.

    • Valentines; Women; Roses; Flowers; Hearts

    • Woman is heart-shaped frame. She has a red rose in her hair and purple flowers and hearts decorate the rest of the card. Address information dates this card to no later than 1914.
    • I greet thee my valentine.

    • I greet thee my valentine.

    • Valentines; Roses; Flowers; Women; Hearts

    • Young woman in profile with rose in her hair. She is framed in a heart; another rose, other flowers and hearts decorate the card as well. Address information dates this card to no later than 1914.
    • Greetings to my loving valentine.

    • Greetings to my loving valentine.

    • Valentines; Women; Hearts; Flowers; Arrows

    • Woman with headband decorated with heart. She is framed in a heart. There are purple flowers behind her and the card is decorated with flowers, hearts, and an arrow. Address information dates this card to no later than 1914.
    • Urn of a young soldier.

    • Urn of a young soldier.

    • Sculpture; Urns; Death & burial; Containers; Soldiers; Military personnel; People associated with military activities; Death & burial; Friezes (Ornamental bands); Cartouches; Pediments; Tympana; Architectural elements; Inscriptions; Names;...

    • "The front of this rectangular urn is decorated with two friezes of hearts and darts. Smooth strips frame the decoration along the top and bottom rims and emphasize the container's shape. The central surface of such objects was inscribed. This...
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