This old sewing machine advertisement is from the December 1901 issue of Le Petit Echo de la Mode. Here is the cleaned up sewing machine image from the ad. Click on images to enlarge.
Here is an aged page from a vintage dictionary I have that was published in the United States in 1922. The pages in this dictionary are dry, frail and crumble easily so it’s nice that we can give them a second chance in our crafts and designs. With Father’s Day a couple days away, I’ve…
Here is a full two-page aged and shabby Georges Guillemont vintage French receipt.The front: The back: Click on images to enlarge.You can find more vintage French receipts on my blog here.
Here is a vintage seed packet for Thyme, printed for Roudabush’s Seed Store. The back of this seed packet is essentially the same as the back of the Herbs (Caraway) seed packet here but this one is a little shabbier so I’ve included it here as well. Click on images to enlarge.
This red wheelbarrow is from Stories of Mother Goose Village by Madge A. Bigham, 1903. I have another wheelbarrow image on my blog here. Click on image to enlarge.
This is the second (and final) page of a Millinery feature from the November 1899 issue of The Designer magazine. I posted the first page of the article yesterday. And here are the cleaned up images from this page. Click on images to enlarge.
This page, featuring two elegant antique hat styles and an adorable peacock, is from the November 1899 issue of The Designer magazine. I’ve cleaned up each of the images from the page as well. Click on images to enlarge.
These pages are from a vintage booklet that was published for the Russell Grader Mfg. Co. of Minneapolis, Minn., circa 1916. Included on the pages are images and descriptions of machinery that was sold by the Russell Grader company. Click on images to enlarge.
Here is a vintage cover of a booklet that was published for the Russell Grader Mfg. Co. of Minneapolis, Minn., circa 1916. This booklet contains a wide variety of interesting material and information, including: graph paper pages, maps, one-page calendars for 1916 and 1917, as well as random data that ranges from: time required for…
This well-aged advertisement for a 15 cent pamphlet on Canning and Preserving is from the November 1891 issue of The Delineator magazine. And here’s the cleaned-up image of the raspberries from the ad. Click on images to enlarge.
This vintage postcard with a beautiful image of red and yellow roses on the front is from Archias’ Seed Store. The card was postally used in 1912.The front: The front with the handwriting removed: The back: I shared another postcard, with an image of peaches on the front, from Archias’ Seed Store a few days…
Here is the June page from Herrick’s Almanac for 1906. The May page from the almanac is free to download from my blog here. Click on image to enlarge.