Whether its lucky in love, life or with friends, four leaf clovers & horseshoes have long been symbols of luck.
Victorian & Edwardian men, women, & children wearing hats in tintypes & photos. Available to use in your 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.
British real photo postcards with birthday wishes, 1900's-1930's. Feel free to copy for your own artwork.
There were a couple of ways that photography studios could take photos of very young children & babies, depending on how old they were & how well they could sit unassisted. The kids could be held by a parent, left in a buggy, pram or stroller, propped into the corner of an over sized chair, squeezed into a small chair, or held in the lap of a parent that is covered by a blanket or piece of material.
Late 1800s-early 1900's real photo postcards made from more candid images of real people. Not models & not in a studio. The top card is French, the others are American.