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Traditional Polish folk floral pattern vector art, background, black, card, color, colorful, culture, cutout, decor, decoration, decorative, design, drawing, embroidery, ethnic, fashion, floral, flower, folk, green, hungarian, illustration, isolated, national, old, ornament, ornate, paper, pattern, poland, polish, postcard, repeat, repetitive, retro, seamless, seasonal, slavic, symbol, texture, tradition, traditional, vector, vibrant, wallpaper | Grete Mosheim | German postcard by Ross Verlag, no. 3467/1, 1928-1929. Photo: Atelier Jacobi, Berlin. Grete Mosheim (1905-1986) was a German film, theatre and television actress of Hungarian Jewish ancestry. In the late 1920s and early 1930s she was a star in German cinema. For more postcards, a bio and clips check out our blog European Film Star Postcards Already over 3 million views! Or follow us at Tumblr or Pinterest.

Vintage Hungarian Christmas postcard from 1939 with children, gifts and Christmas tree

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Vintage Hungarian Christmas postcard from 1904 with a girl praying in the drawing room - Black and white photo | Zsa Zsa Gabor in 3 Ring Circus (1954) | Vintage postcard, no. 2054. Photo: publicity still for 3 Ring Circus (Joseph Pevney, 1954). Hungarian-born actress Zsa Zsa Gabor(1917) sparkled brightly for over 60 years as a symbol of continental glamour and mystery. Her main period in the cinema was in the 1950s, with as a highlight Moulin Rouge (1952), but Gabor is better known for her nine marriages and countless personal appearances on talk shows and in gossip…