This lovely piece of obscurity came directly from Austria. It is my most unusual (and most recently acquired) krampus postcard in my collection because it depicts the characters as children dressed up as St. Nikolaus and Krampus. I love how the krampus is a little girl and she has an innocent look on her face and nikolaus looks sort of bewildered with other children acting strange as well. A very splendid card altogether, I think.
Note that the sender of the postcard personalized the front by writing "and Nikolaus" after the "Greetings from Krampus!" line.
The postmark on the reverse side tells me that it was sent in November of 1929.
I think the artist did a splendid job on this delightful illustration of one of my favorite mythical characters. Mergy Krampus, everyone!