1. This is a Valentine’s Day card from 1900.
You will notice that it is covered in hair.
2. The hair is real human hair, and is meant to be shaped like a moustache.
Although it actually looks more like a bow tie.
3. It comes with wishes that the woman receiving it may soon receive another moustache, this time with a man on the other end of it.
The hair looks… like it didn’t necessarily come from a moustache.
4. Very little is known about the Hair Valentine.
Other than the fact it was printed and copyrighted by one Angus Young, not much is known: who sent it, who the recipient was, and whether they ran away screaming upon getting a hairy card.
The card is currently on display at York Castle Museum, along with many others from their collection of around 600 vintage Valentine’s Day cards.