Friday, April 22, 2011

April Showers Means May Flowers "I hope" PFF German Book

Happy Spring Days!  I am sharing a book cover with a lovely illustration on the front.  Maybe the girl is gathering Easter eggs with her basket.  But again she appears to be in a Church Yard since their is a cross, maybe a cemetary since there is a wreath.  I don't read German.  The book has about 4 other lovely illustrations but they are hard to scan.  The inside of book is signed 1897.
 Happy PFF over at Beths

9 comments:

Postcard Perfect said...

I wish you to have a Happy Easter!!!

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Snap said...

I love old books. This is lovely, flowery. Happy PFF!

Christine H. said...

Roughly translated, this says Commit your path to the Lord.

viridian said...

Thanks ofr sharing a lovely book cover and thanks Christine for translating.

Kathleen From Eggs In My Pocket said...

Hi.........finally figured out my computer problem, so now I can come to comment! Just love images like this, especially the flowers. Remember the Hawaiian Menus I asked you about? I have decided to just keep them for my collection. My uncle and aunt went on a Hawaiian cruise a couple of weeks ago and they got me some menus as well. It is amazing how much has changed. The menus were blank on the outside with no listing of the ship or the date. The food looked wonderful inside! I treasure these as well, because they took the time to get them for me. But thank you again for your helpful advice. Have a happy Easter! blessings,Kathleen

nancy huggins said...

Really nice Judy.I have been thinking about buying some old books if I can find the right ones to add to some of the gatherings I want to make.
I just put a new post in my blog..check it out when you have time and I am going to be having a give away in my blog when I reach 100 followers :)

Sheila said...

A very beautiful book! Happy PFF!

Dorincard said...

Nice, pale colors. Discrete. :)

Beth Niquette said...

I just love your blog. I hope you don't mind, but I've added a few of these to my cyber collection--they are just exquisite. I love reading your thoughts about these wonderful old postcards and vintage pieces.

Warmly, Beth :o}

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