Grant Family 1911 Christmas card

Burns Cottage

printed title:
A bright and Joyous Xmas

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front cover of this 1911 Grant Family Christmas card:-
Printed at top of card:-
front cover of Grant 1911 Christmas card, with woven silk picture of Burn's Cottage, and printed words " A Bright and Joyous Xmas "
A Bright and Joyous Xmas.
Woven on silk:-
Printed at bottom of card:-
W. H. GRANT & Co.

inside covers of this 1911 Grant Family Christmas card:-
inside pages of this 1911 Grant Christmas card, with motto on one leaf and Grant Christmas greeting on the other side
Printed on inside of card cover:-
There are loyal hearts, there are
          spirits brave,
     There are souls that are pure and
Then give to the world the best you
     And the best will come back to you.

Give love, and love to your life will
     A strength in your utmost need;
Have faith, and a score of hearts
          will show
     Their faith in your word and

Give truth and your gift will be paid
          in kind,
     And honor will honor meet:
And a smile that is sweat will surely
     A smile that is just as sweat.

For life is the mirror of king and
     'Tis just what we are and do,
Then give to the world the best you
     And the best will come back to you.
               -- Madeline S. Bridges.

 With Every Good Wish for a
 Merry Christmas
 and a Happy New Year
 .  .  from  .  .
 Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Grant.
Heath House
                  Foleshill, Coventry
Xmas 1911

card (when closed):
cm wide by cm deep

cm wide by cm deep

This 1911 Christmas card comprises a folded card, with a woven silk image of BURNS COTTAGE, AYR on the front. Above the silk is a printed title "A BRIGHT AND JOYOUS XMAS". The rear cover is plain.
A paper insert is held inside the card by a silk ribbon. Printed on the insert is an extensive quotation by Madeline S. Bridges on the left hand leaf, and a Christmas and New Year's greeting on the right hand side from Mr. and Mrs Grant.

The card is from Mr. & Mrs W.H. Grant, the same address used on all their Christmas cards from 1903 until 1914.


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