I scored a great Christmas card at SCRAP-SF earlier this year!
Poor turkey, looking forward to his Christmas banquet, aghast to learn HE’S the main course!
This is an unfolded card rather than a postcard, the message on back in gorgeous Art Deco / Nouveau font.
No postmark or other info to date it; I suspect a reprint because it’s in such good shape. The original presumably pre-dates our modern twist on the meaning of “high time”!
… And for next week! A truly vintage New Year’s postcard, mailed on December 31, 1913 from Times Square Station New York.
The back: “If you were only here I would wish you a very very happy New Year.”
I love the gentle directions, complete with fingers pointing, at left reminding one to write the message: “With pen and ink / the things you think / write here” … and at right: “Your Uncle Sam will do the rest / if this good card is well addressed / right here.”
Happy Holidays to you!