From a long ago vintage 1920's wedding, a group of 7 table place cards with charming graphics. The cut out place cards feature a bride and groom speeding away, from their wedding, in a silk slipper style auto. He in his tux, behind the wheel, with his new bride, veil flying, holding her huge bouquet of flowers. The detail of the facial features are amazingly clear.
The place card stands 3" tall x 3-7/8" at the widest point. No printing company markings. All cards are written with a name of a guest attending, so cards have been used. Therefore, you will find the card not in perfect condition. However, any flaw is relatively minor. For instance, the point of the bride's veil is missing on one and bent on most others. Another has a crease across the bottom where the name is inked. Another has a crease across the shoe. Another has a couple of tiny spots. To have survived at all, far out weighs the small amount of damage.
Here's a wonderful piece of Ephemera!