A die-cut embossed Victorian valentine card printed by chromolithography and published by Ernest Nister. Saint Valentines Day, romance, romantic, cupid, quiver, arrows, cupids dart, flaming heart, hearts, Love's messenger, archery,
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Valentine Makers - Valentine Receivers Victorian illustrations - wood engraving - from The Graphic, February 13, 1875. Showing a working class family, mother and daughter, assembling valentines in their home. In contrast the well to do family are opening the valentines they have received in their opulent drawing room. romance, romantic, love, courtship, letters, love token, valentine manufacture, child labour, employment,
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Heart shaped fungus, Berkshire England 22 June 2012.
Late Victorian valentine card in the shape of a luggage tag depicting cupid posting a valentine in the mail box. Published by Ernest Nister. Printed in Bavaria. United States mail, cherub, post box, postal, ephemera, romance, romantic, love, courtship, love token, joy, St Valentines Day, 14 February, sweetheart, passion, ardour, adoration, devotion; affection, fondness, intimacy, attachment, love affair, affair, affair of the heart, relationship, liaison, courtship, amorous entanglement, flirtation, deep affection, fondness, desire, lust, yearning, fervour, infatuation, beloved, loved one, love of one's life, dear, dearest, dear one, darling, angel, honey; lover, boyfriend, girlfriend, lose one's heart to; crush, besotted with, captivated by, bewitched by, enthralled by, entranced by, devoted to, cherish, epistolary, post boy, heart-throb, a heart , heart breaker, after one's own heart