Don't Ask Foolish Questions 1907 M.T. Sheahan Boston Antique Postcard

Regular price $22.00

I couldn't resist the graphics--and most of all the sentiment!--on this novelty postcard created by M.T Sheahan in Boston, 1907, which I think would be the perfect thing to hang above one's desk. The message written on the backside (in great hand-writing, and sent in 1910) was a happy surprise: "Apples are good. Peaches are better. If you like your friend please answer his postal." And then a "guess who. Z" plus the curious "De-nose" at bottom!

3 1/2" x 5 1/2". Bumping to the corners, a few small scattered stains and a bit of unevenness to the ink saturation, original to the postcard; overall good condition.