Free Vintage Santa Claus Christmas Cards

Santa Claus of old had a tendency to be a bit more serious than he is today. And apparently he sometimes wore blue pants, or a blue or green coat (depending on the region, I presume), because that’s they way he’s depicted in some of the vintage Christmas cards below.

Click a vintage Christmas card image below to view and download a larger version (enlarged sizes vary):

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victorian-santa-claus-jewel-box-holiday-card VIC1347 father-christmas-green-coat-Christmas-tree-toys-greeting-card

victorian-santa-fruit-toys-sack-pine-tree-Christmas-cards

victorian-santa-claus-house-snow-holly-Christmas-card vintage-santa-claus-clip-art-holly-snow vintage-little-girl-santa-claus-christmas-tree-toys-holiday-card

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14 Responses to “Free Vintage Santa Claus Christmas Cards”

  1. Father Christmas traditionaly wore green, blue or purple. Without mentioning any names, it was a famous soft drinks company who first depicted him in red. And that’s the way he stayed!

  2. And thus began the commercialization of Christmas!

    Thanks for sharing that info, Rachel. I had no idea that’s why his suit color changed.

  3. I like your Santa cards…how can I get them? Thanks, D

  4. Hi, D’Ana.

    The cards are available as free downloads, subject to the “Rules of the Road” in the right sidebar. To get a card, just double-click on one of the card images on this page to make a larger version appear. If you’re using a PC you can then save the image to your hard drive by right-clicking your mouse. I’m not sure how you do it with a Mac.

    I hope that was what you were asking. If not, let me know.

    Thanks!

  5. Thanks for this wonderful vintage postcard. I love vintage Santas.
    Patti

  6. You’re welcome, Patti. Thanks for stopping by.

  7. Really nice christmas cards. So good to see the way Father Christmas was once portrayed. Thanks heaps.

  8. thanks

  9. This site is awesome. In the first years of marriage my irish husband had a green santa and it was destroyed and i have now found a green santa to make an ornament to remind him of the old one he had. I would reccommend this site to anyone desiring vintage art. Thank you very much.

  10. I’m glad we could help! Thanks for your kind words and have a wonderful holiday. :-)

  11. Very nice cards, thank you so much for the free download!

  12. Holiday Crafts Says:

    You’re welcome. Happy holidays to you! :-)

  13. diane rodgers Says:

    please send me a catalog or brochure about your products if you have any. thank you.

  14. Holiday Crafts Says:

    Thanks for your comment, Diane. Sorry, we don’t have a catalog. All the images we offer are online. If you’re interested in using them commercially, please see the Terms of Use page linked in the top left corner of the blog.

    (I removed your address so people won’t see it.)

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