February 1940
Saturday Evening Post;2/17/1940, Vol. 212 Issue 34, p18
The article focuses on the valentines collections of Sy Seidman who sold papers in front of the city hall of New York. The earliest valentines in the U.S. were imported from England and France. The first appearance of crude comic valentines was in the 1860s, which was lithographed on the cheapest paper. Seidman's collection of mechanical banks is one of his proudest, but it is incomplete.


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