1930's Vintage GB Black Americana African American Get Well Card For Sale
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1930's Vintage GB Black Americana African American Get Well Card:
This cute 30s era Get Well card features a little girl on the front whois cryingbecause she's torn a hole in her bloomers - captioned "I'm all Torn Up!"
Inside shows her Mom helping her out by sewing up the tear - "To hear you're sick - Hope you get mended mighty quick!"
It's signed by the Pierce Family.
No rips or tears. The graphics and colors are nice and crisp. Card measures about 4.5 inches square.
Packed well, shipped fast.
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