Big Pink Heart
Early 20th century Valentine's Day card, showing a woman holding a large, pink, heart-shaped decoration and flowers.
A big, sparkling candy heart on a lollipop stick.
A boy in a "doughboy" army uniform dances with a girl dressed as a nurse in this old Valentine's Day illustration. The card reads, "To my valentine, If you'll be my partner, I'll always be true, and save the best dances, for no one but you."
A lace valentine with a blue star on a pink field with the words "Forever Yours."
A boy dressed in military uniform with a puppy. In the puppy's mouth is a paper heart with the words "Will You Be Mine?" on it. Accompanying the picture is a poem reading He doesn't come to bite you, this little dog of mine, but simply to invite you, to be my valentine.
Red Heart Wreath
A big shiny red heart in the middle of a red Valentine's Day wreath.
To My Valentine
This Victorian era valentine's card shows a cherub paddling in a boat named "Hearts Delight". The boat's sail is inscribed with a poem reading "Pray Sweetheart, send me just a line to say you'll be my Valentine."
A handmade Victorian era valentine with the words "Yours Forever" on it.