Norwegian Trolls

People are alike all over

As much as I’m tempted to say that this card originated from somewhere in the Ozarks, it actually came from Olga, a Russian woman living in Norway.  Even before I saw Olga’s name on the card, I could tell that her handwriting was distinctly Russian, especially from the way she writes her lower case “b” and “g”.

This card of very recent vintage was published in Norway by Normanns Kunstforlag (Normann Art Publishers).

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5 Responses

  1. Lydia says:

    It’s a bright and “moost” charming postcard.

  2. Robin says:

    It is so pretty and yet so practical too. :-)
    Oh and I love that troll postcard as well.

    Have a beautiful weekend

  3. Stephanie says:

    Interesting information! Back in the 60s my mother drank some type of turpentine mixture as a home remedy for back pain after trying the normal medical prescriptions with out relief. She says it was the turpentine that healed her back.

  4. Kate says:

    It certainly is a brightly coloured postcard. You included lots of info, too!

  5. viridian says:

    I’m not sure about the medicine, but I love the birds.

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