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Basket of Flowers ~ Free Vintage Image

by Julie J on October 22, 2014

This lovely Victorian card features three white flowers spilling from a basket that has tipped onto its side. The greeting on the card is: With Affection and Regard. Click on image to enlarge. Related posts: Free Vintage Image ~ Victorian Calling Card Free Vintage Image ~ Daisies and Poppies Free Vintage Image ~ Chinese Cherry […]

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Masquerade and Carnival ~ Free Clip Art

by Julie J on October 21, 2014

Here is a vintage magazine advertisement for a book titled Masquerade and Carnival: Their Customs and Costumes. The book was published by The Butterick Publishing Co. of New York. The ad includes an illustration of a man dressed in a Shakespearean costume and a display of a feathered fan, vase of flowers, long gloves and […]

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Ghost Ghoul Gift Giggle ~ Free Dictionary Graphic

by Julie J on October 21, 2014

This aged dictionary includes the words: ghost, ghostly, ghoul, gift and giggle. I scanned the page from a vintage dictionary in my collection that was published in 1922. Click on image to enlarge. Related posts: Vintage Dictionary Page ~ Free Download Vintage Dictionary Page ~ Free Download Free Vintage Dictionary Page Graphic: Lotus, Lounge, Lovable, […]

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Antique Music Room Cabinet ~ Free Clip Art

by Julie J on October 20, 2014

Here is a clip art image of a beautiful antique cabinet. The magazine article I scanned this illustration from refers to this lovely piece of furniture as a cabinet “For the Music-Room”. The cabinet was made of green ash, highly polished, and had a good-sized beveled mirror attached to the top. I wondered how this […]

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Bubbles ~ Free Vintage Storybook Illustration

by Julie J on October 20, 2014

This vintage storybook illustration, Bubbles, features a young Victorian girl in a pink dress and white pinafore blowing bubbles with an old fashioned pipe-shaped bubble blower. The girl appears to be enchanted by the bubbles. Her curious kitten is on the table beside the bowl of bubble-blowing liquid, intently watching the foamy contents. With one […]

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Bride and Bridesmaid ~ Free Vintage Graphic

by Julie J on October 19, 2014

Here is a beautiful image of a Victorian bride posing with her bridesmaid (or perhaps maid of honor). They are framed by a lovely ornate design. The illustration is from the October 1902 issue of The Delineator magazine. Click on image to enlarge. Related posts: Free Image ~ Vintage Bride Clip Art Victorian Bride Clip Art ~ […]

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This lovely vintage Christmas postcard features a poinsettia in the foreground and a snowy winter scene, with a road leading to a house in the country, in the background. The message on this old fashioned card is: Best Wishes for Christmas. Click on image to enlarge. Related posts: Free Vintage Image ~ Santa in Chimney […]

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Here is an illustration of a Victorian lady modelling a Ladies’ Mourning Toilette. The toilette was designed with four patterns, including: Ladies’ Basque, Over-Skirt, Sprung Collar and Half-Circle Skirt. The illustration is from the April 1894 issue of The Delineator magazine. Here is a black and white clip art version of the image. Click on images to […]

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Antique Map of United States ~ Free Image

by Julie J on October 18, 2014

Here is a wonderful antique map of the United States. I scanned the map from a dictionary in my collection that was published in 1906. Click on image to enlarge. Related posts: Map of England and Wales ~ Free Vintage Image Map of Europe ~ Free Vintage Image North and South Polar Regions ~ Free Vintage […]

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Aneroid Barometer ~ Free Vintage Clip Art

by Julie J on October 17, 2014

Here is a vintage clip art image of an aneroid barometer. Following is a brief description from the book I scanned the image from: “If carefully made and adjusted, the aneroid is quite as reliable as the mercurial barometer, and may be specially recommended for household use… and is lettered with the familiar indications of the […]

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