Italian Collage Scrap Pack (1959): 30 pieces of paper ephemera
I recently salvaged a set of maps from a book about Italy published in 1950. This book was designed to be a "modern" tourist manual and provided information about this country's history, art, customs, and places of interest.
This book was absolutely filled with beautiful illustrations. The pictures are too small for me to offer as book prints, but I thought someone might enjoy using them in their collage, scrap booking, journal, decoupage or altered art projects. Each paper piece is on average 2" to 3" wide or tall and roughly rectangular in shape.
You will receive one of three possible packs, each containing 30 pieces of color paper ephemera of Italian landscapes, buildings, and people. No pack is the same. The photos provided give you an example of some of what you will be receiving.
To see what other collage scrap packs I currently have available, please visit: https://www.etsy.com/shop/GailsPrintCrafts/search?search_query=collage+scrap
Thanks for stopping by and have a blessed day!
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The titles of the books I use as sources for my book prints are trade secrets and for that reason I will decline to provide details about which specific book an individual print came from. If you are serious about discovering the book's identity, I suggest you do your own research and/or contact your local public library for help. For you, it might be a passing curiosity, but this is how I make my living. Thank you for your understanding!