Marx foresaw the boom in the sending of¬†birthday cards¬†when he popularised the saying "From each, according to their ability; to each, according to his needs". So if you know someone who needs a card for their birthday and you are able to buy one this is probably the one for you! Or maybe he didn't mean that at all. He is depicted wielding a hammer on this die-cut card.
Blank inside, it comes with an envelope and a sheet of stickers filled with quotes and traditional messages such as Happy Birthday.
Measures 10 x 22cm.
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