6 White Turkey Images
This is a cute collection of White Turkey Images! These are all beautiful Antique Thanksgiving Postcards scanned from my collection. Each one features a marvelous vintage illustration. Most of these cards date to the early 1900’s. These would be fun to use in your Thanksgiving Crafts or Designs. Some of these images are new to the site, some have been here for quite some time, but have been rescanned for better quality, and some have been moved to this post for organizational purposes. These are all High Resolution Downloads.
Here is the newest addition to this collection. This one is bit different than the others, as it shows a little girl in a Turkey costume. Or maybe she’s part girl/part bird. Hard to say, but so quirky and fun!
This gorgeous Vintage Thanksgiving Postcard features a Pilgrim lady dressed in Blue and White, with her arms round a Giant White Turkey with a bright red head. Behind them a Moon Man appears to be watching them! The greeting is “Hearty Thanksgiving Greeting”. This is a John Winsch Postcard from Circa 1911.
This next one is also new to the blog. This lovely card shows a Handsome White Turkey with red feet and gobble. He appears to be marching through a Pumpkin Patch. This card is postmarked 1909 on the back of it.
I picked this one up at an antique mall (probably in Pennsylvania) several years ago. I think this is one of the cutest Thanksgiving postcards that I have seen. I adore the blue and white star background and the Victorian children are just so precious! I hope you like it too! This one was postcard 1901.
Well, all of these are awesome and some – very stunning when it comes down to the detail aspect of them. I love the one at the bottom – wow! The detail of this image is something to appreciate! Thanks so much for sharing these with us! Although we have celebrated our Thanksgiving in October, I’m wishing all of you a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday this year!
Keep healthy and safe!
Thank you Irene, I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving!
susan cogan says
Thank you so much for sharing your lovely Turkeys! Happy Thanksgiving!
Thanks Susan, Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours 🙂
Jeanne Ritz Rollier says
Just a bit of turkery trivia: The flap of skin that hangs across the beak is called a “snood”, and the skin that hangs at the neck is called a “wattle”.
Thank you for all the great images you provide! They are wonderful.
You are so welcome Jeanne and thank you for the Turkey trivia!
Monika Wright says
I’ll be sharing this on my blog post on Thanksgiving Day with a link…thanks!
Wow! This is so lovely. Thank you.
Love the vintage Turkey!
Thanks for sharing the news of this wonderful magazine. I love online magazines/zines.
I did a post on it:
Thank you once again your graphics are just gorgeous.
This is a beauty, Karen…thanks so much!
Thank you! And thank you for the link to the magazine! 🙂
Shabby Marilyn says
Love the white turkey, always enjoy your images, new follower and thanks for sharing the magazine, very nice
Denise at PinkPostcard. says
LOVE this!!! thank you!
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Simply Stated ~ Rebecca says
Beautiful image and the mag is wonderful! Thanks for sharing 🙂
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Karen, this turkey is gorgeous! Thanks for sharing it. Peace
Antonette L. Kemplen says
Nice colorful images, but the turkey seems the center of attention which I know Turkey goes with Thanksgiving and visa verus. Showing these children “In love” with the turkey, which will be there meal in coming days.. To many Turkey cards.. I guess what I’m trying to say “Thanksgiving” isn’t all about “Turkey”
No it isn’t all about turkey Antonette but it is a traditional symbol and we thought these were fun Vintage images to share with our readers 🙂 Happy Holidays.
Sharon Brooks says
I love them and appreciate you sharing the images with us….thank you
You are so very welcome 🙂