"Aperitifs at the Algonguin" Notecards
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Beginning in 1919, the historic Algonguin Hotel became the site of daily lunches for well-known authors, journalists and actors gathering to exchange witty remarks. Dorothy Parker could be spotted there everyday, sipping on her martini (martinis supposedly were invented at the Algonguin).
These fabulous notecards pay homage to a treasured New York City landmark, and a time when dry martinis were protocol. RIP Miss Parker.
The folded notecards come as a set of 10, size A6 (4.5" x 6.25"), and are personalized in a beautiful font with your first and last names. They are printed on 120 lb. soft white paper with an eggshell finish, and include envelopes with custom liners.
When ordering, please indicate the first and last names as you wish them to appear on the cards as well as your return address.
Orders will be shipped 7-10 business days from the order date.
Returns: There are no returns on personalized items.
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© Carol Reynolds 2020