This embossed postcard sent February 15, 1912, features a rather wistful bathing belle gazing at heart-shaped clouds while Cupid loiters uselessly behind her. The little slacker didn't even bother to bring his bow. It's Valentine's Day, you feathered loafer--get that winged butt in the air and find her a beach beau!
This frisky flapper bathing beauty with big blue googly eyes isn't waiting around for some flying naked toddler to find her a man. Instead, her head swings back and forth on a small metal brad, allowing her to scan the seaside for suitable suitors. Seven inches tall, the card was printed by George S. Carrington Greeting Card Manufacturing Company of Chicago, Illinois.
This little sultana shyly offers her valentine. The brad on her left shoulder allows her arm to move slightly up and down. It is marked in a circle "Louis Katz 1926."