I think this vintage image of a pair of birds perched on a branch is absolutely adorable! It’s from a small book of poetry titled Roses and Lilies from Longfellow, 1898. Click on image to enlarge.
Here is a lovely vintage Benzo Cream beauty label. It was printed for Frank E. Gramer, Druggist, of Carbondale, PA. Click on image to enlarge.
This little girl, dressed in blue, is playing with a hoop and what appears to be a baton. The image is from A Child’s Book of Old Verses, 1910. Click on image to enlarge.
Here is a Pinkston & Scruggs vintage pharmacy/medical label.The original: And a variety of colors that will work well for Halloween projects: Click on images to enlarge.
This lovely vintage birthday postcard includes some great details: a basket of blue flowers, red spotted mushrooms, four leaf clovers, a horseshoe and shabby edging. Click on image to enlarge.
This lovely vintage bouquet of flowers in a pretty vase is an illustration from the book Under the Window by Kate Greenaway, circa 1880. Click on image to enlarge.
I just love the image of this adorable young girl with her sweet little lamb on this Victorian trading card. Click on image to enlarge.
I love the illustration of the boy on the front of this Victorian advertising card. “Scott’s Emulsion of cod liver oil with the hypophosphites of lime and soda is really a marvelous remedy in producing flesh and strength.” Uhm, okay. Click on images to enlarge.
It’s about 113 years too late to use this pattern check for its intended purpose but it’s a ripe time to use it for your vintage crafts and designs! I scanned this image from the November 1899 issue of The Designer magazine. Click on image to enlarge.
Here is another free vintage Mother’s Day digital card for you.Front: Inside: Click on images to enlarge.
Here is a vintage milk bottle cap for pasteurized milk from the Bush Dairy in Flemington, N.J. Click on image to enlarge.
Here is a free vintage turpentine label by Wolgamot’s Drug Store. Click on image to enlarge.