Thursday, November 17, 2011

The Cart of Plenty

Oh what a sight!  This young lad is guiding his team of TURKEYS to the Thanksgiving feast.  They are actually pulling a cart filled with roast turkey and juicy fruit.  They must be thankful they are doing the heavy work and are not the feast (at least not this dinner).  A very whimsical antique postcard that was mailed in 1908 from Scranton, Pennsylvania.

Antique Holiday Postcard from my personal collection.
Made in Germany.  Published by ABS and Marked 282.

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~Tablescapes By Diane~ said...

Hi lovely lady.
Your post are so Beautiful. I love the Antique Holiday postcard from your personal collection with the Turkeys going to the Thanksgiving feast so sweet.
I would like to thank you so much for your sweet comments on my Tablescapes. I'm your newest follower on your blog now. I hope you and your family have a great weekend and a Wonderful Thanksgiving Day.
XXOO Diane

Karen said...

That is a lovely post card. I really like vintage cards and photos. My sister is a doll artist so I appreciate the artistry that the craft entails. Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving such a nice comment. Have a great weekend.

Cindy said...

I love vintage post cards! Thank you for visiting my blog and following! Happy to know you!
Cindy @ Art, Books, Tea

Bunny Jean said...

Another charming postcard.
Are you all ready for Thanksgiving?

I am really starting to gear up for the "big dinner". This year it is just the two of us, as usual, but we will be cooking dinner instead of going out. I really miss the leftovers when we don't have a dinner at home.

I hope you enjoy you Thanksgiving!

xoxo Bunny Jean

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