All posts that are published from today through Halloween will be about Halloween cards! Today’s Halloween card is from Amelia’s collection. It is published by Tuck, “Hallowe’en” series 174, and the artist is Frances Brundage. There are two boys standing at the gate with several jack o’lanterns and it simply says “Hallowe’en” at the bottom. Note the spelling of Halloween has an apostrophe in it, which you will find on a lot of Halloween postcards. The card is embossed and it is easy to spot the other cards in this series- they are embossed as well and have the same red border, with “Hallowe’en” at the bottom.
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