Vintage 1940's Gem Postcard Duplicator Printer Advertising Stencils Bond Equipment St. Louis Missouri
This is a small printer that uses stencils and ink to print postcard size images. The box includes the printer, a sample book to give you some ideas, and 28 blank stencils. There is one new unopened package of 24 stencils, and another opened package of 2 stencils.
Instructions for using it are also included.
Great for making your own greeting cards or advertising cards.
Orders will be shipped USPS-- Please let me know if you would like to add insurance to your package at the time of your purchase. I pack my items with care, but can't guarantee what happens to them after they're out of my hands.
I ship within 3 days of receiving payment.
*clean packing material will be reused whenever possible
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Returns & exchanges
~SELECT CAREFULLY AS ALL SALES ARE CONSIDERED FINAL~ Though all sales are considered final returns are reviewed on a case by case basis, primarily only if there was a significant error in the listing. Shipping charges are non-refundable. Because great care is taken to provide accurate measurements on each garment, returns due to poor fit are not accepted. Returns are subject to a 15% restocking fee. Items from the 1920's and earlier are non-returnable due to their fragile nature.
To ensure your item is well suited for you, please read the vintage sizing information below & double-check and compare the listing size and your own size to get the best fit. If you are unsure and have a question about the size or appearance of an item, contact me and I will gladly send you more pictures or take additional measurements. it is important that you love your purchase from GypsyArtistVintage!
~SIZING INFORMATION~ Vintage clothing fits differently than modern clothing, which is cut loosely to fit a wide variety of body shapes. Vintage clothing is cut much closer to the body than you may be used to. For this reason, it is important that you allow enough wearing ease to move comfortably while wearing your vintage garment. Vintage garments should always be worn with care and consideration of their age.
Vintage garments were often tailored to fit an individual woman and evidence of seams and darts being taken in or out is not uncommon. For this reason, it is often possible to have a vintage garment altered to fit you if your measurements are off by just a bit. I am happy to answer any questions about available seam allowances, darts, and hem allowances before you purchase.
~MEASURING YOURSELF~ Use a dressmaker’s tape measure, which you can get at your local fabric store. Measure yourself over the undergarments you plan to wear & not over your clothing.
BUST: measure over the fullest part of your bust while wearing a bra.
UNDERBUST: measure around the fullest part of your ribcage, about midway between your bust and waist.
WAIST: measure around the smallest point of your waist where it naturally curves in.
HIP: measure around the fullest part of your hips. This is usually about 8"-9" below your waist.
SHOULDER TO WAIST: Measure from the top of your shoulder, where a normal shoulder seam would lie, down the front, following the curve of your bust.
LENGTH: measure from the top of your shoulder, where a normal shoulder seam would lie, down the front, to the point you want the garment to end at the hem.
If you have any other questions or concerns, please send a message before purchasing.