With Valentine's Day sneaking up, it's time to start thinking about the perfect card to give to that special someone. Sure, chocolate and roses are old classics, but often it's the card included that makes the lasting impression. So, what's the best route to take? Heartfelt and sweet? Romantic and sexy? Or something to get your mate chuckling?
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A peek inside the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Department of Drawing and Prints reveals a sweet surprise for Valentine's Day—3 nearly 200 years ago. Among the vast collection are historic valentines from the United States and Europe that speak to a time when sending cards reached its apex. In the 19th century, with commercially printed cards now available, sending and receiving gifts and notes for Valentine's Day became a hallmark of Victorian life.
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Love is in the air!