Friday, 19 August 2011

Added Value: Things found in books part seven




Cute birthday card manufactured by A. M. Davis & Co. Quality Cards, London. Undated.

All kinds of good times from morning till night, so the day will just ring with your shouts of delight!

Message reads - to King (great name!) wishing you a very happy birthday from A. Wren.



Found in The playbox annual 1944
The Playbox annual & card featured here are now sold, thank you for your interest.

If you enjoy old bookmarks a visit to Forgotten Bookmarks is a must

How about you? What do you use as a bookmark? Have you ever found a lost bookmark?

4 comments:

  1. Hello Barbara! I just had to come and visit you. Many thanks for your great comment on my blog today. I adore all the nostalgia on your site here...ah! the good old days!
    I'll hop off to check out your website too but not before I sign up to follow you.
    Very nice to 'meet you' here.
    Carol from www.facing50withhumour.blogspot.com

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  2. barbaraannefisher19 August 2011 at 19:27

    Hello Carol
    Thank you for calling in and commenting.
    The good old days indeed!
    I’m so pleased you like my blog.
    Barbara.

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  3. I've only ever found bits of paper. It's hard to believe people forget their bookmarks.

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  4. barbaraannefisher20 August 2011 at 06:39

    I’ve found all kinds of things including shopping lists, newspaper clippings, bus tickets, playing cards, recipes, letters, bills, cinema tickets, sandwich wrappers and even a shoe lace!

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I really appreciate your comment. Thank you!
Barbara xx

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