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Merry Christmas Children Playing in Snow Antique Postcard 1915

This postcard is over 100 years old so you can expect normal condition issues of discoloration and yellowing. Colors are still nice on the front. As you can see from the pictures there are some marks to the front and back of the postcard and there is wear to the edges.


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Merry Christmas Children Playing in Snow Antique Postcard 1915

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