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I have several vintage cards (humorous) I can't seem to find much on. These are marked on the back "A Pastel Card" Doubl-glo, followed by a number. Does anyone know age/value? Thank you

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hi sherri

I don't have any of these to compare with, but my best guess is they are  from the 1930s-40s the paper appears similar to Hallmark's Rufftex

paper novelty mfg made doubl glo

approx value $5-10 each

they look to be in great shape and collectors love the puppies!

best of luck jen

Jen, Thanks for the reply. They are all in really good shape with the exception of one. I love the drawings and most of the sayings. The paper reminds me of construction paper ( a little thicker and somewhat rougher.) Again, thank you.

 

If you decide to list them online I might  include "tag" words like 'pipe' 'tobacciana' 'smoking' as well as the 'dog tags'lol

here's a link to a rufftex card that I have http://vintagerecycling.blogspot.com/2012/02/valentine-greetings-19...

I will keep that in mind. Thanks again, Jen. You have some wonderful cards on your sight. Made me smile.

Sherry,

Your double-glo card is much more common in England.  Most cards are in the $2-$5 range.  Some of the earlier issues can be valued up to $30+.  Some often come folded.   Go to this site:  postcardmake.com/tools/double-glo

 

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