Julie J

Here is a clip art image of a small, quaint, two-story Victorian cottage. A woman is on the front walk with open arms to greet a child walking toward her. The final sentence of the chapter this image is from states, “At present prices, this house can be built here, all complete, for six hundred […]

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This vintage Easter postcard features two bunnies attempting to transport a large decorated egg. The bunnies have a pussy willow branch attached to each side of the yellow egg. One bunny is pushing the branches from the back and one is pulling from the front but the egg is too heavy and the bunny in […]

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This old magazine advertisement features a Yost No. 4 Typewriter. The ad states that the Yost typewriter has recently had many improvements put on it which add to its convenience and capacity. The improvements include: better paper feed, an adjustable paper guide and improved line lock. Here is a black and white clip art version […]

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THE TEA PARTY. IN the pleasant green Garden We sat down to tea; “Do you take sugar?” and “Do you take milk?” She’d got a new gown on – A smart one of silk. We all were as happy As happy could be, On that bright Summer’s day When she asked us to tea.This vintage […]

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Antique Music Chairs ~ Free Clip Art Images

by Julie J on March 22, 2014

Here are two clip art images of elegant, antique music chairs. I scanned the original engravings from The Art Journal Illustrated Catalogue, published for the proprietors, by George Virtue in London, 1851. Click on images to enlarge. Related posts: Antique Cutlery Engravings Set 2 ~ Free Clip Art Antique Cutlery Engravings ~ Free Clip Art Antique Chairs ~ […]

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This beautiful vintage postcard includes an image of purple flowers growing from a lime green vase. Some of the purple petals are fastened to the top handle of the vase and some petals have fallen to the table. One white dove is flying out from the flowers while another dove watches from its standing position […]

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This fun magazine advertisement, from the April 7, 1895 issue of Le Petit Echo de la Mode, depicts a young lady dressed in an outfit designed for riding a bicycle. Although not a smooth translation, the following paragraph is an online conversion and will give you a general idea (if you do not speak or read […]

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Page of Fruit and Nuts ~ Free Vintage Image

by Julie J on March 20, 2014

This page contains vibrantly colored illustrations of: oranges, apples, a pear, grapes, peaches, cherries and an assortment of nuts. The page is from the antique school lesson book Our Little Book for Little Folks, 1896. Click on image to enlarge. Related posts: Fruit Song ~ Free Vintage School Lesson Now Available in my Etsy Shop ~ […]

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Aster Flower ~ Free Vintage Clip Art Image

by Julie J on March 20, 2014

This beautiful flower is an Aster. The botanical name if this particular aster is Aster Turbinellus. The image is from the Illustrated Dictionary of Gardening – A Practical and Scientific Encyclopaedia of Horticulture, edited by George Nicholson, circa 1885. Click on image to enlarge. Related posts: Free Vintage Image ~ Rhododendron Flower Illustration Free Vintage Image […]

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This Victorian trading card is an advertisement for Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup, an old remedy for children teething. The image on the front of the card features a happy mother holding a smiling baby. The back of the card includes advice for mothers in three languages and a calendar for 1888. Click on images to […]

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