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domenica 2 marzo 2014

Collection of vintage Easter postcards- Raccolta di cartoline pasquali vintage

Hello Friends,
I had a dear person some Easter postcards that seemed interesting to reproduce in miniature. On the first page there is a greeting card in 1936 and then to follow 1943- 1946- 1947-1951 -1967-1968 for a total of seven postcards.
Each has its own postmark that proves the authenticity of the period of the postcard. The book has a parchment book jacket to make it more valuable.
You will appreciate yourself these postcards and compare the change in the pattern of images.
In the book, on every page, postcards represent a moment of history, a different way of representing the Easter over the years ..

 anno 1943...

anno 1963..

 I pointed out the date of these two postcards to highlight just the passage of the way you draw and represent the image of two children joined the Easter theme.
I leave you to the considerations ...

Ciao a tutti, by Manu 

12 commenti:

  1. That is so special! I love this idea of putting the postcard together in a book. It's a fantastic project.

  2. Such lovely mementos! What a wonderful gift of memories ;)
    hugs js

  3. What a lovely miniature book and wonderful postcards. I love vintage postcards and images.

  4. Originalissimo il tuo libro degli auguri pasquali vintage! Un abbraccio!

  5. What a wonderful idea to make a book filled with Easter cards, Manu!
    Hugs, Ilona

  6. Bellissima idea, io adoro le cartoline e vederle in un album così devo dire che è una bella, bella idea, complimenti!

  7. It is so nice Manu, very wonderful.

  8. That's a great idea - and beautiful work. I'm usually not the vintage type, especially for Christmas I don't like the nostalgic motifs very much - but for Easter I change my attitude, those old-fashioned hares and chicks are really lovely. It's a great idea to show with your book how fashion influences these kind of things.


  9. This is so special, Manu! I love the idea and it's so nice to look at these vintage images. I love the bunny too...did you make him?