On the left is a charming design of little children inside of roses on a colorful flat postcard forming the letter D.
The languid pose of the lady on the right could be considered a bit risque for the period - she is dressed in a classical Greek-style toga dress with her hair pinned up, posing inside a 'wood' letter C on a little bridge in a woodland setting. This is a flat postcard series using bentwood for all the letters. Don't miss the sprigs of leaves still green on the letter. Part of the fantasy appeal of this series is that the letters are created out of live branches.
Below is a pretty little Angel holding a letter I on an alphabet series with superb artwork by Ellen Clapsaddle. The postcards are embossed, with shining gold added. On each of the letters, the background is the same blue-green with swirls that resemble clouds.
On the right is a sweet child inside a large letter Q surrounded by flowers. She plays music and wears a soft pink chemise. These postcards are flat, characterized by lovely colors in delicate shades.
The letters are outlined in gold.
Here are two little girls holding up a big letter N on a French real photo postcard. The children wear wonderful dresses and have fancy hair-dos. This picture is "vignetted" - in other words, the image gradually disappears at the bottom of the postcard. This real photo postcard has delicate tinting with colors and hand-painted details on the girls' gowns.