Doth many needs supply.
And this will say
Till another day
Good Luck and
This is postmarked in 1908 with a one cent stamp. The back is filled with swastikas.
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The word "swastika" comes from the Sanskrit svastika - "su" (meaning "good" or "auspicious") combined with "asti" (meaning "it is"), along with the diminutive suffix "ka." The swastika literally means "it is good."
It is a combination of four L’s that stand for Luck, Light, Love and Life. The symbol has a long history in Europe reaching back to antiquity. The swastika had a surge of popularity as a good luck symbol in Western culture. Then in 1920 the Nazi’s corrupted the meaning by using it as the symbol of their party.