Vintage Vector Graphics Vol. 1 - Instant Download - Commercial Use

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This is a collection of vintage vector graphics that have been carefully chosen from a variety of sources from the 1800's. They are the real deal, and are perfectly imperfect as they haven't been altered from their original state other than to extract them from their original background and then vectorized. You will receive 55 graphics in both .eps and .png files. The .png files are printable at 5" at the tallest or widest point, have a transparent background, and are 300 dpi. Perfect for any number of design projects including t-shirt, business card, logo, and website design.




Alarm clock, Baby Carriage, Barrel, Bicycle, Binoculars, Boot, Bottle, Cameras, Chair, Chaise, Coffee Grinder, Coffee Pot, Compass, Crystal Bowl, Cup, Dress Forms, End Table, Fan, Fishing Lure, Gate, Glove, Graphophone, Hammer, Ink Pot, Iron, Knife, Lamp, Lion Knocker, Magnifying Glass, Mantel Clock, Milk Can, Motorcycle, Pail, Paint Brush, Pocket Knife, Pump, Revolver, Ring, Rocking Chairs, Saddle, Saw, Scale, Scissors, Spoon, Teacup, Teapot, Telephone, Thimble, Trumpet, Trunk, Wagon Wheel, Wagon




-The .eps files were created in CS6, but saved in CS2 legacy format.
-The files are black, but can be colorized in your graphics program.




You may use these graphics commercially as long as the following terms are followed

- You may not resell or redistribute these graphics in a collection as this one as it is copyrighted
- You may not claim copyright to the graphics

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Personal Use:

Go ahead and use them however you want! Have fun!

*Commercial Use:

UPDATED 5/2/14:

You CAN:

•Use the graphics in a commercial project of any kind as long as they are part of a new work, and the graphics cannot be extracted from the final design on their own. This includes, but is not limited to, website, t-shirt, jewelry, card, and graphic design.


•You can’t give away, share, resell or redistribute the graphics on their own. If you have a friend that wants to use the graphics, please refer them to my store.
•You can’t post the stand-alone graphics as they are on your website or blog in a manner that would make them available to download.
•You cannot use the graphics in a new work where the individual graphics can be extracted from the final file, such as a layered .psd file.
•You can’t claim copyright of the graphics individually or in a collection.

*This excludes the {regards} by Eclectic Anthology printable, royalty-free greeting card graphics and any graphics marked as for personal use only.

Commercial Use in a Website/Blog Design:

If the graphics are used in a website/blog design, it is requested (but not required) that you do a couple of extra things.

•A credit line on every page of the website/blog or at the bottom of the template that says something like “Some graphical elements by Eclectic Anthology”.
•Hyperlink the words “Eclectic Anthology” to

{regards} by Eclectic Anthology

{regards} by Eclectic Anthology are royalty free, printable greeting cards that you can resell on your website, eBay, in your brick and mortar store, craft fairs or anywhere that you want. Once purchased, you have the right to either print these cards yourself, or have them printed at a professional printer as many times as you wish. You may sell the printed cards at whatever cost you choose, and the profit is yours. The copyright of the design remains with Eclectic Anthology, so you may not remove the credit badge from the back of the card design. You may not give away, share, resell or redistribute the digital graphic of the card design in any form.

Public Domain Images

*Public domain: Works in the public domain ( are those whose intellectual property rights have expired, been forfeited, or are inapplicable. In the United States copyright law states that a creative work that was registered or published before 1923 ( falls into the public domain. Individual public domain works cannot be protected by copyright, because they are owned by all. Collections of public domain works may be protected by copyright, however. (

If a set of graphics on this site is listed as believed to be in the public domain (research is done to ensure that the graphics were published before 1923), there are no limitations on the usage of these images. You are only restricted in that you can't redistribute the collection/compilation as it is, because that is copyrighted.

*This information is not meant to replace legal advice, so please check with your lawyer if you have any questions.

Thanks again, and have fun!