This is a 1909 Embossed Valentine Postcard with a Little Boy in a Flower Filled Automobile. He is dressed in a blue-gray sailor suit with navy and white details, short pants,a matching cap with goggles, blue-gray knee socks and high button shoes. He has a cherubic face (large brown eyes, full pink cheeks, and a smiling rosebud mouth) under a halo of thick brown curls. He is in a two-seater open car with deep pink tufted upholstery, which has been decorated with pink flowers along the back, sides and front and blue flowers on the wheels. His right hand holds a lever on a small gold steering wheel, while his left hand is on the brakes. He is an open landscape, the sky filled with swooping blue birds. "To My Valentine" is written in gold at the bottom right of the card. The card was manufactured by Raphael Tuck & Sons' Post Cards, as part of their Valentine Series called "Floral Missives" (as written on back). The card was sent from "Aunt Dora" of Lincoln, Nebraska to "Master Edward Parkinson" in Iowa on February 9, 1909. There is a deep dark Ben Franklin one cent stamp. This 1909 Embossed Valentine Postcard with a Little Boy in a Flower Filled Automobile is in Good condition with some staining on front and back and light edge wear.