Royalty Free – Printable 1800’s Valentine Postcards

Wouldn’t you love to receive a Valentine postcard in the mail that looks like one of these?

Each of these are from the early 1900’s, and each has a story to tell.

This one is to “Emma”, from “your friend”, whose name is no longer readable.
Apparently, he was smitten with her and writes, “Haven’t heard from you lately.  If I don’t hear from you, I will know not to write anymore.”

I wonder if he heard back from her.

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This one is from a gal named, Martha, who sounds like she was a little annoyed with her friend, Anna for not corresponding more often.  She wrote, “Why don’t you drop me a few lines and let me know whether you are amongst the living or not? I will write you a letter when I hear from you.”
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At nearly 100 years old (1914), this one is very endearing and has
pretty golden highlights around the basket.

The handwriting was clearly a child’s. It simply reads,
“From Margaret Jeffries, To Ora Cadwallader”

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Hope you enjoy them as much as I do.

Print it out on card stock paper and send it to a vintage-loving friend!
Or, send one to yourself so it will have the postmark on it, for you to keep.



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  1. Lovely Valenties! They don’t make ’em like they used to! Thanks for sharing them with us.

  2. I love the graphics on these vintage beauties! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Yes i want to recieve one of those cards from a secret admirer

  4. Those postcards are just so sweet!


  5. I love old postcards with their beautiful pictures and graphics on them. Sometimes my favorite part is the inscription and little notes of affection written on the backs.


  6. These are so, so beautiful and nostalgic. I can even picture the old candy hearts with the old-fashioned sayings, not the ones that don LOL or anything “in” like that.

  7. What a treasure! So endearing and sentimental. My family has a stack of old postcards, letters and photos from the 1800’s and early 1900’s that are actually family members from my paternal grandfather’s line. So fun to read.
    Thanks for sharing at Show & Tell


  8. So lovely and special because of their age. Would love for you to link these to my Craftastic party. The link to it is at the top of my blog:)

  9. Lovely! Love the graphics! Thanks for sharing!

  10. Absolutely beautiful! I love old valentines and postcards 🙂

  11. those are really sweet! I am NOT ready for VT’s day! 🙂 my least favorite day of the year.

    have a great day!

  12. These are lovely!!

    Thank you so much for sharing last week on Thingamajig Thursday! Hope to see you again this week!


  13. Such Sweet cards, not only the graphics, but the messages sent…. would they have ever thought that 100 years later we would just be typing & communicating into Space~
    Have a wonderful weekend

  14. j’adore !… je cherche des freebies sur le Net pour les partager, pour l’instant sur Pinterest (où j’ai déjà plus de 15000 liens vers des téléchargements gratuits), en attendant l’ouverture de mon propre site, et je vais vite poster le lien pour que tout le monde puisse télécharger et utiliser votre jolie création !… merci pour le partage, Is… (si vous voulez voir ce que je fais, c’est là : )

  15. Really sweet. Wish the husband would surprise me with one. thank you for sharing.

  16. Love the bluebird card. So beautiful.

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