Thanksgiving Day Rivals
Title:
Thanksgiving Day Rivals
unused


Ancient Religious Cross
Title:
Ancient Religious Cross
Divided Back PM 1911 Aug-3

Description:
Fred C. Lounsbury This Cross is one of the oldest in the world. It is an emblem of good luck and triumph. It was used in the days of the early Christian Church and can be traced back into pagan history until its origin is lost in the twilight of fable.



Birthday Greetings
Title:
Birthday Greetings
Divided Back unused


Easter Greetings
Title:
Easter Greetings
Divided Back

Description:
Fred C. Lounsbury Series 2056-2



Easter Greetings
Title:
Easter Greetings
Divided Back PM 1907 Mar-14


February Pearl
Title:
February Pearl
Divided Back unused

Description:
Fred C. Lounsbury Blue titmouse The February Born will find Sincerity and peace of mind. Freedom from passion and from care if they the pearl will wear.”



Good Luck
Title:
Good Luck
Divided Back PM 1910 May-23


Good Luck
Title:
Good Luck
Divided Back



Good Luck Rabbit's Foot
Title:
Good Luck Rabbit's Foot
Divided Back


Roses
Title:
Roses
Divided Back PM Jan-18



The Turkey
Title:
The Turkey
Divided Back unused

Description:
Fred C. Lounsbury Series 2022-3 Thanksgiving Oh, thanksgiving! What awful crimes are committed in thy name!!


To My Valentine
Title:
To My Valentine
Divided Back unused

Description:
Fred C. Lounsbury Series 1978



To My Valentine
Title:
To My Valentine
Divided Back PM 1908 Feb-14

Description:
Fred C. Lounsbury Through the rain. And through the snow, ever side by side we go.


Birthday Greetings Gold Embossed
Title:
Birthday Greetings Gold Embossed
Divided Back



Memories Of The War For Independence
Title:
Memories Of The War For Independence
Divided Back PM 1907 Jul-03


Merry Christmas
Title:
Merry Christmas
Divided Back PM 1912 Dec-24



Welcome The New Year!! Gold Embossed
Title:
Welcome The New Year!! Gold Embossed
Divided Back unused


Thanksgiving Day
Title:
Thanksgiving Day
Divided Back PM 1907

Description:
Fred C. Lounsbury That was in the autumn, children, Sixteen-hundred twenty one scarce a year from when they landed and the colony begun. And now when in late November our thanksgiving feast is spread. Tis the same time honored custom of those pilgrims, long since dead.



Battle Of Bunker Hill
Title:
Battle Of Bunker Hill
Divided Back PM 1907

Description:
Fred C. Lounsbury Series 2020-1 June 17 – 1775


Brothers Still Tis God's Will
Title:
Brothers Still Tis God's Will
Divided Back unused



Don't Be Afraid Uncle We'll Get There All Right!
Title:
Don't Be Afraid Uncle We'll Get There All Right!
Divided Back unused


Good Fortunes
Title:
Good Fortunes
Divided Back PM 1908 May-22

Description:
Fred C. Lounsbury Series 2039-1 Good Fortunes as told by The lines of the hand. “Line of the Heart” When this lines deep clear, & well colored, & commences with a small fork it signifies the highest type of love & denotes Success in an love affairs.



Harp
Title:
Harp
Divided Back unused


Memories Of The War For Independence
Title:
Memories Of The War For Independence
Divided Back PM 1908

Description:
Fred C. Lounsbury Series 2020-3 Surrender of Burgoyne at Saratoga Oct. 17, 1777.



Now Once Again Altogether Boys! Siss! Boom!! A-H!!!
Title:
Now Once Again Altogether Boys! Siss! Boom!! A-H!!!
Divided Back unused

Description:
Fred C. Lounsbury Now once again – altogether Boys! Siss! Boom!! a-h!!!


Man and Woman Kissing near a Grandfather clock
Title:
Man and Woman Kissing near a Grandfather clock
Divided Back PM 1907 Oct-30

Description:
Fred C. Lounsbury Series 205 When its twelve by the clock, put your latch-key in the lock, take the sweetest girl you know, say "good-night" and home you go. A Jolly Halloween



Decoration Day They Gave Their All
Title:
Decoration Day They Gave Their All
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 2083-3


Birthday greetings for September with swallows and sapphire ring
Title:
Birthday greetings for September with swallows and sapphire ring
Divided Back unused

Description:
Fred C. Lounsbury "A maiden born when Autumn leaves/Are rustling in September's breeze,/A Sapphire on her brow should bind--/'Twill cure disease of the mind." September Sapphire Birthday Greetings Swallows



A Jolly Halloween
Title:
A Jolly Halloween
Divided Back PM 1907 Oct-30

Description:
Fred C. Lounsbury When it's twelve by clock, put your key in the lock. Take the sweetest girl you know, Say "good-night" and home you go


A Jolly Halloween
Title:
A Jolly Halloween
Divided Back PM 1909 Oct-31

Description:
Fred C. Lounsbury Series 2052-2 A couple in eighteenth century garb bob for apples



A Jolly Halloween
Title:
A Jolly Halloween
Divided Back PM 1907 Oct-26

Description:
Fred C. Lounsbury A well-dressed couple bobs for apples


A Jolly Halloween
Title:
A Jolly Halloween
Divided Back unused

Description:
Fred C. Lounsbury Series 2052 4 I pray to you bright flame Now show to me Who my future husband may be



A Merry Christmas
Title:
A Merry Christmas
Divided Back unused

Description:
Fred C. Lounsbury Series 2028-2


Don't Be Afraid Uncle We'll Get There All Right!
Title:
Don't Be Afraid Uncle We'll Get There All Right!
Divided Back PM 1907 Jul-02



Good Luck Swastika
Title:
Good Luck Swastika
Divided Back unused

Description:
Fred C. Lounsbury Series 2041-4


July Ruby
Title:
July Ruby
Divided Back PM 1912 Feb-01

Description:
Fred C. Lounsbury Goldfinch, Bullfinch. “The glowing Ruby should adorn Those who in warm July are born; then will they be exempt and Free From Love's doubts and anxiety.”



Nonsense Rebus Series
Title:
Nonsense Rebus Series
Divided Back PM 1908 Sep-11

Description:
Fred C. Lounsbury Series 2047-5 Of floods and fires they've had a few And making silk is all they do. Their mayor was fond of coin and travel We think that now he's digging gravel


Now Once Again Altogether Boys! Siss! Boom!! A-H!!!
Title:
Now Once Again Altogether Boys! Siss! Boom!! A-H!!!
Divided Back unused



Racist Chinese Propaganda
Title:
Racist Chinese Propaganda
Divided Back PM 1910 Jan-25

Description:
Fred C. Lounsbury Series 2027-4 He's a Yellow Peril Chink of surprising versatility. And he stole into our country with astonishing facility, hell washee Washee shirtee for the Melican Gentility And sit with girls in Sunday School in studious humility, an sin's the heathen's name.


Thanksgiving Day
Title:
Thanksgiving Day
Divided Back unused

Description:
Fred C. Lounsbury And the patient pilgrim mothers. As the harvest time drew near looked with happy, thankful faces at the full corn in the ear. So the Governor William Bradford in the gladness of his heart. To praise god for all his mercies Set a special day apart.



Thanksgiving Day
Title:
Thanksgiving Day
Divided Back PM Nov-26

Description:
Fred C. Lounsbury Thanksgiving Day and the children of this country if they feast or praise or pray, Should bless god for those brave pilgrims and their first thanksgiving Day.


To My Valentine
Title:
To My Valentine
Divided Back unused

Description:
Fred C. Lounsbury No famous feathered songster excells the gentle dove, Yet the only song that she can sing is Love, Love, Love.



To My Valentine Owls
Title:
To My Valentine Owls
Divided Back PM 1907 Feb-00


Welcome The New Year!!
Title:
Welcome The New Year!!
Divided Back unused

Description:
Fred C. Lounsbury Series 2044-3



Battle Of Bunker Hill
Title:
Battle Of Bunker Hill
Divided Back PM 1908 Dec-15

Description:
Fred C. Lounsbury June – 17 – 1775


Easter Greeting Gold Embossed
Title:
Easter Greeting Gold Embossed
Divided Back PM 1907 Mar-30



Memories Of The War For Independence
Title:
Memories Of The War For Independence
Divided Back PM 1907 Dec-24

Description:
Fred C. Lounsbury The Battle of Trenton Dec. 25 1776


Thanksgiving Day
Title:
Thanksgiving Day
Divided Back unused

Description:
Fred C. Lounsbury The Children of this country if they feast or praise or pray, should bless god for those brave pilgrims. And their first thanksgiving day.



Want Any Help George?
Title:
Want Any Help George?
Divided Back PM 1912 Sep-04


Memories Of The War For Independence
Title:
Memories Of The War For Independence
Divided Back PM 1907

Description:
Fred C. Lounsbury The surrender of Cornwallis At Yorktown Oct. 19 - 1781





Total: 50 Items