This paper ephemera pack is made of 18 pieces of paper dating back to the 1820s.
It includes the following pieces:
1. One unused cigar box label 2. Sheet music (please note there are pencil marks on the sheet music - see photos) 3. Photo / plate 4. A page from "The New Student's Reference Book, Volume I, dated 1911 5. A page from "The New Student's Reference Book, Volume II, dated 1911 6. A page from Frank Leslie's "Fairy Book", dated 1892 7 - 8. Two pages from "Cassell's Family Magazine", dated 1884 9. A page from "Fireside Favorites of Choice Literature, Masterworks of Art, and Superb Songs" dated mid-1890s 10. A page from Mark Twain's "Tom Sawyer" dated 1917 11. A page from the Office of Defense Transportation Driver's Daily Record 12 - 13. Two pages from "Apgar's Plant Analysis" dated 1884 14. A page from "No Fiction" IV edition. Vol. I, dated 1820 15. A scrapbook page with newspaper and magazine clippings on both sides 16. A receipt dated 1941 17 - 18. Two pages from "Heron's Wife"
The items in the photos above are the exact ones you will receive in this one-of-a-kind pack.
Use these pages for junk journals, art collages, art journaling, mixed media projects - any way your creativity sees fit.
No books were destroyed by our shop to obtain the pages found in this ephemera pack; they were taken from books that were already dismantled. This pack was assembled with a variety of pieces collected by our shop from all over the United States. Each piece is in excellent condition with aging visible to some (as would be expected).
Please contact us with any questions - we want your experience with our shop to be a pleasant one!