This WWI era postcard depicts a soldier wooing a woman and Cupid holding a mirror up with Guerra ed Amore (War and Love) printed in the upper left hand corner. The translation of the Italian at the bottom of the postcard is, "If the Austrians saw you, they wouldn't run away anymore."
The card has not been used, and I am uncertain of the publisher whose logo I cannot discern but appears on the back of the card. Also, there is discoloration in the form of white marks running vertically on the right hand side of the back of the postcard. The corners have very little wear to them as evidenced in the photographs.
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