February 13, 2011 by USA Post
Valentines Card, If we try to look back into past, not much ago just a 2,3 hundred years ago, when man was not facilitated such like today’s, when people usually send cards and letters written by hand, not printed or readymade. But at the present whole scenario has been changed. Now Days you can download and print ready made cards, either you can buy a card, Before SMS, e-mail before, even before the almighty Facebook, one of the only ways to share some of rapid communication was the postcard, “said Tom Craig, co-owner of the old station.
“They had postcards for every emotion imaginable – and of course, for every day,” said Craig.
Recently, local antiquarian Fabulous Finds post a note on their Facebook page ad hundreds of cards for Valentine’s Day vintage, including many items from previous years.
This synthesis of old and new is a testament to how popular the collection, and giving, holiday cards are ancient, “said Terry Stubbs, co-owner of the company.
Vintage valentines and are a source of fascination for many.
“They are not so soft that the cards are today with their feelings,” said Stubbs of these tokens of love from yesteryear. “They are really weird and funny.”
While collectors certainly an important part of the market, many buyers are looking for a special gift for their lovers past few days, the family or friends, Stubbs.
They want something that is just a little more special than just going to stationery store or Walmart or the supermarket, “he said.
Other buyers are looking to reach them – or perhaps their parents – children, the collection of valentines kinds could have been picked up in class discussions, “said Stubbs, who has in the past bought entire collections classic card.
Kristina Jones, Valentine, in particular conjures up images of class hersixth quality, and a special box of valentines her classmates that she still treasures.
But Jones, a fan of antiques and antiquities in general, receives a special glow when she can find a vintage Valentine card to send to her mother or other special people in her life.
“always informs her day,” said Jones gifts for her mother, often purchased through the antique shops.
There is a wide choice of such prices on the spot to choose, “she said, but there is still something of a kind hand-picked for the year to find that perfect card.
“It’s either saying or image,” she said of what catches her eye – something that attracts new sound to the memories of her childhood.
“You hand picked one that looked like the person or remind you of that person,” she remembered her class Valentine swaps. “So for my mother, I would probably choose one with a Westie on it – a West Highland Terrier, or an animal because it is such an animal lover.”
Such care in selecting individual recognizes the value of the person receiving the Valentine’s Day, she said.
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