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This beautiful digital engraving of a Victorian lady’s walking dress shows fashionable, everyday clothing for 1879. Slim and elegant! I love the 1870s. :-)
Your engraving is 11” (3300 pixels) tall, and in high resolution 300 DPI, perfect for use at home on any inkjet or laser printer. It is easily resizable using almost any picture manipulating software.
The MantuaMakerPatterns watermark isn’t on the drawing you’ll receive.
Each engraving includes: 1 JPG and 1 PNG
PNG files have TRANSPARENT backgrounds.
JPG files have WHITE backgrounds.
The engraving is from my personal collection of Victorian magazines. It was published in ‘Peterson’s Magazine’ in 1879. It is available to you as an instant digital download.
Wonderful for paper crafts, scrapbooking, note cards, invitations, stationery or other crafts that make use of high quality unique images. Ideal for button making machines, magnets, buttons, and mugs. It is also great for iron-on or fabric transfer to T-shirts, bags, pillows, etc.
Immediately after your purchase, Etsy will send you a link that leads to the Etsy download page. As soon as payment is confirmed, your purchased download will be available there. When you pay with Direct Checkout or PayPal, it can take a few minutes for the payment to be confirmed.
If you use any of these drawings commercially, please include a link back to my shop:
Thanks for looking at my Victorian engravings!
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For a long list of FAQs, please see https://www.mantua-maker.com/FAQ.html
FYI 1 - All instructions are in English.
FYI 2 - I do have a cat (allergy warning; my cat has such fine fur I find stray hairs in places he could *never* get to!) but he has little contact with my patterns. My home is smoke-free, but vintage books and trim may carry their own distinctive odors.