A vintage postcard from 1929, showing a young boy standing outside a Swiss chalet, with a message written in German on the back.
This vintage postcard has the date "18 Juli 1929" on the top and the postmark for the same day across the top.
The postcard shows a Swiss chalet in front of a large forest, and a young boy standing in a meadow in front of the building. The message on the back is written in a very neat hand with fountain pen, but is written entirely in German so I'm unable to translate it properly.
The postcard is addressed to a Professor Grunder (?) and seems to be sent to Brusala in Sweden, but it also mentions Mendrisio which is a region of Switzerland. It also has a green Helvetia stamp on the top right of the postcard.