Trade Cards

Hood’s Latest ~ Free Victorian Trade Card Image

by Julie J on October 17, 2014

This Victorian trading card features the face of a pretty young lady peeking through a torn newspaper. The heading of the newspaper is Hood’s Latest and the year was 1884. The advertising on the card is for Hood’s Sarsaparilla – a preparation of sarsaparilla, dandelion, mandrake, yellow dock and other remedial agents, to purify the […]

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Ariosa Coffee Victorian Card ~ Free Graphics

by Julie J on October 15, 2014

Here is a Victorian advertising card for Arbuckle’s Ariosa coffee. The front of the card includes an illustration of four birds. Three of the birds are nestled in deep grass and one bird is about to fly off (or is perhaps returning to the others in the grass). From the information included on the back of this […]

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This vintage advertising card features a young girl in a white dress holding an old fashioned chalkboard on which is written: Willimantic The Best THREAD for Sewing Machines. Here is the aged and shabby back of the card. Click on images to enlarge. Related posts: Free Vintage Image ~ Victorian Advertising Card Free Vintage Image ~ […]

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Victorian Tea Plant Trading Card ~ Free Graphic

by Julie J on August 29, 2014

Here is a Victorian trading card that features a lovely illustration of a tea plant with white flowers and green leaves. Click on image to enlarge. Related posts: FREE Digital Image ~ Victorian Trade Card Free Vintage Image ~ Ayer’s Sarsaparilla Victorian Trading Card Hood’s Latest ~ Free Victorian Trade Card Image

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The front of this oval shaped Victorian advertising card for Sohmer pianos features a head and shoulders illustration of a beautiful Victorian lady dressed in blue. Her hair is adorned with pink flowers and a yellow headband with green jewels. She is also wearing a necklace with green jewels. A frame of flowers surrounds the image […]

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The front of this Victorian advertising card for Lautz Soaps features a boy about to ride his bicycle. The handlebars of the bike sit almost as high as the boy is tall. The writing on the bottom of the front of the card is: Use Lautz Bros. & Co’s Soaps, Best in the Market. I love […]

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The front of this Victorian advertising card includes a pretty cluster of flowers against a light colored brick background. The back of the card is an advertisement for The Fair, where you could find great bargains in holiday goods, ladies’ and gent’s furnishing goods and notions of all kinds. Tinware, glassware, crockery, bird cages, paintings and […]

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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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This Victorian advertising card includes an adorable image of a young girl cuddling three kittens. A small black dog, watching from the sidelines, appears to be a little jealous.The advertising on the back of the card is for Scott’s Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with the Hypophosphites of Lime and Soda.Click on images to enlarge. […]

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Here is a Victorian trade card advertising Atmore’s Mince Meat and Genuine English Plum Pudding. The image on this card is of a woman carrying a platter of plum pudding with one hand and a tea towel in her other hand. She is wearing a white blouse, red skirt and blue and white apron. Her hair is […]

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