Easter is April 5 this year, just over a month away. We have a lovely selection of cards and even prints to help you prepare for this holiday, and maybe even chase away some winter doldrums.
Of course, the Easter Rabbit is well-represented… We have images in which he is painting eggs, delivering eggs, and otherwise engaging in Easter-ish activities. But did you know that the Easter Rabbit enjoys playing baseball and amateur photography? It should also be noted that the Easter Rabbit employs a remarkable array of transportation options, including eggshell boats and hay carts.
Other animals participate in the Easter festivities. Chicks- a perennial symbol of spring and rebirth-are of course present - but so are roosters, sheep and bears.
Our selection of Easter cards includes, of course, images of happy children, the beneficiaries of the Easter Rabbit’s bounty.
On March 17 is that day that people around the world celebrate Ireland and all things Irish. It has its origins, and obviously takes its name from the Christian tradition of feast days associated with particular saints, in this case Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. The holiday has expanded, much as the Irish diaspora has spread around the world.
At Green Tiger Press we have a vast and wonderful collection of vintage postcards from the late 19th to early 20th century, the golden age of the picture postcard. During this time millions of postcards were produced and sent, for every conceivable holiday and occasion. Our selection of St. Patrick’s Day cards reflects the best of our collection.
Many familiar signs and symbols of Ireland are here, from shamrocks and shillelaghs to Celtic  harps and pretty dancing colleens.