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Vintage New Year cards (for Sepia Saturday). Wishing all my readers experience joy and peace in the New Year, 2105.

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  1. Colline
    Dec 31, 2014 @ 16:24:12

    These are lovely. All the best for your 2015

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  2. coastalcrone
    Dec 31, 2014 @ 16:50:16

    And the same to you! These brought me smiles.

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  3. postcardy
    Jan 01, 2015 @ 08:35:49

    Happy New Year to you too. I have had some old New Year postcards on my blog this week. I was going to skip Sepia Saturday this week because the only thing I have to really fit the theme has been posted already. Now I think you have inspired me to post a New Year theme for Sepia Saturday too.

    P.S. I noticed an error in the year date in your post “joy and peace in the New Year, 2105.”

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  4. La Nightingail
    Jan 01, 2015 @ 12:02:14

    Love the old postcards. May 2015 bring many good things your way!

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  5. Jo in Melbourne Aus
    Jan 02, 2015 @ 00:12:32

    Happy New Year to you. Nice cards, and I like the snowflake effect, while today here in Melbourne Australia we are experiencing a heat wave, at 39 degrees C, with 41 expected tomorrow, when I last checked..

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  6. jofeath
    Jan 02, 2015 @ 00:19:47

    Happy New Year to you. Nice cards, and I like the snowflake effect, while today here in Melbourne Australia we are experiencing a heat wave, at 39 degrees C, with 41 expected tomorrow, when I last checked.

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  7. Wendy
    Jan 02, 2015 @ 12:18:10

    Does anyone even send New Years cards anymore? Yours are outstanding.

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    • smkelly8
      Jan 02, 2015 @ 12:27:29

      I found these vintage cards and do love them. In Japan, where Christmas isn’t celebrated as in Christian countries, New Years cards are a big deal. Everyone sends them to everyone they know. I sent out some to friends connected to Japan. I’ll share one soon — when I can get my scanner to work.

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  8. Larry
    Jan 02, 2015 @ 15:49:33

    I really like all the different cards. I have Valentine ones like this but nothing of this winter season.

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  9. Deb Gould
    Jan 03, 2015 @ 08:53:38

    Love that last one with the holly and the muff!

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  10. kristin
    Jan 03, 2015 @ 21:18:00

    I missed Christmas cards and planned to send New Year’s cards but if I don’t get them ready tomorrow and in the mail Monday,I give up.

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  11. Alan Burnett
    Jan 04, 2015 @ 03:02:40

    What lovely cards, A Happy New Year to you too.

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  12. Little Nell
    Jan 04, 2015 @ 14:13:17

    Lovely! Happy New Year to you too.

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  13. Mike Brubaker
    Jan 04, 2015 @ 18:23:28

    Wonderful images. For my Christmas card this year I copied a similar postcard that was sent tp my grandmother in 1915. Have a cheerful new year.

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  14. Lorraine (Boobook)
    Jan 09, 2015 @ 04:35:28

    Just catching up on last week’s posts. Happy New Year to you and yours. The cards are lovely.

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