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October 27, 2003

Bargain of the Day: 3D Prayer in Spaaaaaaaace!

by Feòrag

[3D Prayer in Spaaaaaaaace]Just think how wonderful these 3D Lenticular Postcards of Jesus & Prayer would look in those frames you got from IKEA.

Five three-dimensional (lenticular) postcards of Jesus Christ and Prayer. All but one of them have an appropriate Bible verse on the reverse.

All five postcards are 4" x 6" size, unused and in Mint condition. They were probably published in the 1960s or 1970s.

My favourite is 'Prayer in Space'.

Posted in Religious Tat at 11:59. Last modified on January 03 2007 at 17:52.
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1: Posted by: Richard | October 27, 2003 12:33 PM

Those praying hands in space really say something. Exactly what I can't guess. Might make a good t-shirt design for a Creation Science College here in the land of the ignorant.

2: Posted by: Feòrag | October 27, 2003 1:07 PM

Without knowing what's on the back, it's hard to guess. I suspect it's fairly dull.

3: Posted by: Calanish of Callanais | October 28, 2003 8:58 PM

best of all click on the link at the bottom of the ebay page for more cards and see how many Halloween cards are at the top of the listing

Wax lyrical

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