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Four Vintage 1950s Prints With Christmas Cards

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These pirnts-cum-Christmas cards are a striking memoir of days gone by. Back in the day, certain companies would send oversized cards out to select customers to commemorate the holiday season. These were regularly produced on high quality cardstock and could often be found to be prints or watercolours from famous (or even local) artists.

These pirnts-cum-Christmas cards are a striking memoir of days gone by. Back in the day, certain companies would send oversized cards out to select customers to commemorate the holiday season. These were regularly produced on high quality cardstock and could often be found to be prints or watercolours from famous (or even local) artists.

This lot consists of four different prints, each measures approximately 8½" x 11". Includes:

• Folded 8½ x 11½" card with a print by Earl Gross A.W.S. 1959. Features an print of a church in autumn. Sent out by the Canadian Gypsum Company, Ltd. inside reads, "In the age-old tradition of this joyous season, we send our very best wishes for a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year". Signed in ink by the sender. Condition: Some fading has occurred but in nice vintage condition. [Photos 1 - 2]

• Print by Nicholas Hornyansky, entitled "Woodcarvers' Corner". Contains an attached flip-up card that reads, "Season's Greetings and All Good Wishes. The Pigment and Chemical Co. Ltd. Montreal - Toronto - Vancouver". Condition: Slightly faded, has some wearing to the edges. [Photos 3 - 4]

• Print by Nicholas Hornyansky, entitled "Inland Waterways, Fenelon Falls" (Ontario) circa 1945. Also contains an attached flip-up card that reads, "Season's Greetings and All Good Wishes. The Pigment and Chemical Co. Ltd. Montreal - Toronto - Vancouver". Condition: Slightly faded, has some wearing to the edges. This card was signed in ink by the sender. [Photos 5 - 6]

• Another print by Nicholas Hornyansky, this one is called "Old Fort - Ile Ste-Hélène, Montreal Quebec". Contains an attached flip-up card that reads, "Best Wishes for a very happy holiday season. The Pigment and Chemical Co. Ltd. Montreal - Toronto - Vancouver". Condition: Slightly faded, has some wearing to the edges. There is evidence of double-sided tape residue on the reverse. [Photos 7 - 8]

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Four Vintage 1950s Prints With Christmas Cards

Four Vintage 1950s Prints With Christmas Cards

These pirnts-cum-Christmas cards are a striking memoir of days gone by. Back in the day, certain companies would send oversized cards out to select customers to commemorate the holiday season. These were regularly produced on high quality cardstock and could often be found to be prints or watercolours from famous (or even local) artists.

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