This is a set of 21 vintage ephemera photocopies to use in junk journals or altered art. Many pieces are dated and all are from the early 1900s.
These copies can become your own for you to scan or make copies of for your own journals. You will have them forever and can just keep copying them to use again and again.
The ephemera was copied with an ink jet printer onto regular copy paper, so you would not be able to coffee or tea stain them. However, you can copy them onto coffee or tea stained paper, or any kind of paper, for that matter--cardstock, vellum, tracing paper.
There are several pieces included that can be folded and turned into little booklets when you add paper inside. There is also an unusual little green piece from a dentist which shows all the teeth on it. The piece with stamps was only counted as one piece of the 21. There are also two little cute pocket covers (Photo 6-bottom) that can be turned into pockets for your journals. The envelope trimmed in green has the front and back so it can be glued together to make an envelope pocket.