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Works Cited

  1. Edna Barth, Hearts, Cupids, and Red Roses: The Story of the Valentine Symbols, pg 8-46, New York: Seasbury Press,© 1974, © 1990, Econo-Clad Books; ISBN: 0808545817
  2. Fern Brown, Valentine’s Day, pg 18,22 , New York: Franklin Watts,© 1983 ASIN: 0531045331
  3. Averyl Hill, Vintage Valentines, Maine: Road Runner, Time-Warner Cable © 2002
  4. Family Circle & Parlour Games, Enquire Within Upon Everything, In An Edition Especially Prepared for the World-Wide Web, by A Gentleman, Seventieth Edition. Carefully Revised, Making the Nine Hundred and Thirty-Third Thousand, London: Houlston and Sons Paternoster Square © 1884
  5. Robert Brenner, Victorian Valentines: Three-Dimensional Cards Captivate Americans, Excerpt from the book Valentine Treasury- A Century of Valentine Cards, Victoriana.com © 2002
  6. Nancy Rosin, Valentines — The Language of Love, The Ephemera Journal, A Valentine Source-Book, The Ephemera Society of America © Volume 3, 1990.
  7. Photo Credits: Victorian Valentines: URLs âges: http://vtine6.bravepages.com/, www.allwebconcept.com/photos/i_manolesco/canivets.htm: Canivets par Ionela Manolesco, E-Card Mania Victorian Angels & Faeries Valentines

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