Beautiful Christmas Card with a Peaceful Cabin in the Snow. 1930s Era
The magical age of the Christmas cards, started in the Victorian Era
The magical age of the Christmas cards, started way back in the Victorian era. The Christmas Card giving tradition started in the when the introduction of postage that only cost a Penny in Great Briton this very low price made holiday card given extremely popular.
Vintage Christmas Holiday Greeting Cards Collecting
Late 1940s Christmas Card with a Welcoming Heart Warming Display
Many Early Christmas Cards were made by Famous Artist
Many early Christmas Cards were made by famous artist. But even the cards not made by a recognize artist are valuable. Many early cards and later mass-produced card that had transparent paper to show light from a candle or folding and movable parts are collectable. with moving or folding parts.
Beautiful Christmas Cards, Holiday Greeting Cards from the Past
Merrry Christmas Mom, Early 1950s Christmas Card
Christmas cards that tell a remarkable time in history, are very Collectable
Christmas cards that tell a remarkable time in history, such as men returning home from a long war, such as World War One, or World War Two are very collectable holiday cards. Also Christmas Cards with content alluding to popular toy or a specific date or place can add value to some cards worth.
Lovely Christmas Card from the 1930s with a Peaceful Mill in the Winter Snow
Holliday Cards with famous figures Have Great Collecting Appeal
Holliday Cards with famous figures like Disney Characters also have great collecting appeal, and Santa and Rodolph and the North Pole have a magical appeal as well. Some collections are of Angels, or just Santa, and show how his look changed over the many decades of holiday cards. Early cards so Santa with elfish features and size, while by the 1950s he was a large jolly man. His early coat was green and his later dress was the red suit we all know today.
Magical Santa Christmas Cards, Fun from the Vintage Past Holidays
Sweet Christmas Card from the 1940s, Simple but Elegant
Christmas card Buyers want Mint or near Mint Cards
Most expert Christmas card buyers for the most part want mint or near mint cards. That is that the card has rested for countless years in the box it came in unmolested or used. Like a gift from a time machine. It is best to keep your own Christmas card collection safe in farming that is museum grade, or stored in archival acid free storage boxes.
Magical Christmas Cards from the 1940s and 1950s
Robert Haas Holiday Traditions Blue and White Angel in a Hallmark Christmas Card Series
Robert Haas, Holiday Traditions Angel Chorus a Hallmark Christmas Card Series from the 1990s
Robert Haas, Holiday Traditions Green and Gold Angel in a Hallmark Christmas Card Series
Below you can see I have Nine of the Ten Angels
Below you can see I have nine of the ten angels, will try to frame them in a sky of blue background like I did when my children's were little. That lovely creation got stolen many years ago, it had all ten in it. But I do not think I will ever find the tenth one. Robert Haas Holiday Traditions Angel Chorus a Hallmark Christmas Card Series, one angel a year was created throughout the 1990 decade.