Victorian Trade Card John Wanamaker & Co. Souvenir of April 27, 1882. "Busy people need to be reminded of our Business Suits."
GENERAL This trade card card would be a great addition to an existing collection or a great foundation card to a beginner's start.
Victorian trade cards offer a fascinating glimpse into the businesses, advertising, and lifestyles of the past.
Trade cards often feature lovely and interesting graphics.
Artists, creatives, crafters, and hobbyists love to use trade cards in their work.
These antique images are great for scrapbooks, journals, wedding albums, custom cards, handmade gift wrap or tags, collage, mixed media, home decor, and wall art. And these are just a few of the many possibilities. How would you use this?
It is a minor miracle that this fragile piece of paper art has even survived to this date. You can give it new life as you use it to add a unique bit of the past to your project and daily life.
DETAILS --Victorian Trade Card -- Victorian Trade Card John Wanamaker & Co. Souvenir of April 27, 1882. "Busy people need to be reminded of our Business Suits." --Souvenir of April 27, 1882. --"Busy people need to be reminded of our Business Suits." --John Wanamaker & Co. --818, 820 & 822 Chestnut St. --Philadelphia, PA --"Puis il faut separer la graine de la tige-Et sous les lourds fleaux le ble battu voltige" --Graphic image: in a farmscape, two cute boys in trousers, sash, shirts, and vests work busily in a field. --Excellent Condition. Age has darkened the paper a bit. Smudges on back. Colorful front. Crisp edges/corners. --Please look closely at the photos; they are the best statement of condition
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