Raphael Tuck is known as the "Father of Christmas Cards" and was appointed by Queen Victoria as the royal publisher. His vibrant postcards launched thousands of mailed sentiments with decades of greetings and lithographs being destroyed in 1940 during the bombing of London.
A pretty pair of extraordinary get well
greeting cards have survived and are rendered to cotton squares that catch sneezes and teardrops with "God Bless You". This well-wish originated in the 6th century when the bubonic plague claimed the lives of many.
Pope Gregory the Great beseeched the people to utter this protective request at the symptomatic signs of illness.
- 10 x 9½".
- Machine wash.
- VTC Exclusive!
Style: #10 AC 1029110
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