Victorian & Edwardian men, women, & children wearing hats in tintypes & photos. Available to use in your artwork.
Casual to formal. Family & friends. Antique tintype portraits with 5-17 people. Feel free to use these images in your own artwork.
All types of boys throughout the 1800s. One in a kilt & one that looks to be wearing some type of traditional slavic clothing. Free to copy & use for your artwork.
Postcard images of mother and child. The middle image looks to be an illustration or a photo that was reproduced from a copy of a copy. Top and bottom images are French real photo postcards.
Three Parisian, real photo postcard images with ladies dressed for New Years and Christmas. Yours to use and peruse.
I have always longed to fly with the birds above the clouds in a hot air balloon (and then bungee jump off the side.) Recently I've purchased a few postcards to use as backdrops for my new for Makers Faire '09, steampunk hot air balloon necklaces.
Printed in Germany, mailed from Stamford, England to New England in 1911. This one reminds me of the fantastical steampunk collage creations by http://www.WinonaCookie.Etsy.com
A California Honeymoon. Postcard by Edward H. Mitchell, San Francisco, CA, 1919.
French New Years postcard from the early 1900's, embellished with glitter & sequins. Feel free to use & peruse the images.