I went on a vintage postcard hunt a few weeks ago.
I am part of a postcard swap group over at the Fountain Pen Network and I was hunting for some unique, vintage but not outrageously priced postcards and I came across this one.
It is actually made of wood - apparently Yucca wood, according to the back of the card.
I searched the web and the best I can estimate, this card was probably produced in the 1940s.
It's unique so it may take me a little while to part with it and send it to one of my postcard buddies. I also worry that the new postal machinery might break it.