The vintage "Kiss Me Quick!" Raphael Tuck & Sons postcard was mailed in 1912 and was No. 507 in their Shadowgraph Series of Christmas postcards. It was printed in Saxony, Germany.
Raphael Tuck & Sons cards have been featured numerous times on Papergreat. I should probably put together an index of those posts some day. This December 2012 post discusses a bit about the London company's history, if you want to check out it out.
The back of the postcard indicates that it was postmarked at 9 p.m. on December 21, 1912, in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.1
Mr. Charles Spuler of the Northern Central Trust Company (which was based in Philadelphia) was given the following message:
Sounds like Charles was going to have a cozy fun Christmas!
1. Also on December 21, 1912, according to Wikipedia:
- Norway, Sweden and Denmark jointly proclaimed their neutrality, refusing to favor either side in a European war.
- Prince Katsura Tarō was appointed as the new Prime Minister of Japan.
- President Taft departed the United States on board the new battleship USS Arkansas for a visit to the Panama Canal.