These are publisher's proofs found in the collection of the New York Public Library. The publisher, Louis Prang (American; 1824-1909) was the head of the Boston-based firm Louis Prang & Co.; he is credited with being the first publisher of Christmas cards. No date available on these, but they're considered as being typically Victorian in their idealized portrayal of these flaxen-haired little girls with dolls and pets. Bet you'd never seen a Christmas chicken before!
If these were early Christmas cards, no wonder we don't see all the holiday stuff we're used to: holly, Santa, trees, red and green. I think that had yet to come as expected imagery. Still pretty cute and full of the giving spirit of the season.