The scene on this vintage Tuck’s Halloween party postcard includes a girl bobbing for apples from a large wooden tub filled with water. Two other children watch the girl as they await their turn in the game. The childrens’ shadows cast spooky figures on the wall behind them. Grey smoke which billows from a sinister…
This vintage image of a spider web with a spider crawling on it is from the November 1879 issue of the American Agriculturist magazine. Click on image to enlarge.
Here is a big old spider for your Halloween and other creepy-crawly projects. The image is from the November 1879 issue of American Agriculturist magazine. Click on image to enlarge.
Here are three happy children, dressed and ready for Halloween. The two boys in the image are wearing clown suits and the girl in the center is wearing a masquerade dress. The image is from the October 1917 issue of Pictorial Review. Click on image to enlarge.
This vintage Rustic alphabet is from The Signists Modern Book of Alphabets, 1906. I think the letters and numbers have a spooky feel to them and would work well for Halloween projects. Please note that this is a digital image that I’ve scanned from a page of a book; it is not a font to install on your computer. Click…
The cute pumpkins and hay stooks on this vintage bridge tally card make this a fun clipart image for your Halloween projects! Here is a second option without the string. Click on images to enlarge.
Here is a fun art deco Halloween clipart witch, flying over the moon and a cloud, with her bats and fighting cats on board! Click on image to enlarge.
This vintage cauldron clipart, perfect for Halloween projects, is from an old scrapbook I have from the late 1800s / early 1900s. The scrapbook itself is in poor shape and coming apart but it is about half full of Victorian cards and clipart pieces that are in reasonably good to very good condition! I first thought this cauldron scrap was torn on…
Here is a large spider crawling on its web, a vintage graphic that I thought you may like to have for Halloween projects. This image is from an antique school reader, Our Little Book for Little Folks, 1896. Click on image to enlarge.
It appears that this storybook witch prefers to fly in a basket rather than on a broom. The image is from the book Mother Goose’s Nursery Rhymes by McLoughlin Brothers, circa 1900. Click on image to enlarge.
Hope you enjoy this free vintage Halloween postcard! I’ve scanned both front and back for you.