Saturday, November 26, 2016

Saturday, November 19, 2016

By moonlight a small herd of sheep contemplates the universe. https://goo.gl/2RSkT4 Meanwhile in the village, people are busy with their sewing machines, White wants you to know. On the other hand, something makes me think they could be knitting....

By moonlight a small herd of sheep contemplates the universe. https://goo.gl/2RSkT4 Meanwhile in the village, people are busy with their sewing machines, White wants you to know. On the other hand, something makes me think they could be knitting....

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Two Seasons From https://goo.gl/os2lYK Anonymous cards comes this 19th century tribute to rural beauty. Click #VictorianLandscapes or the link above for more. Please let me know if you find out the name of the artist, lithographer or sponsoring company. Thanks!

Two Seasons From https://goo.gl/os2lYK Anonymous cards comes this 19th century tribute to rural beauty. Click #VictorianLandscapes  or the link above for more. Please let me know if you find out the name of the artist, lithographer or sponsoring company. Thanks!

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Thursday, November 17, 2016

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

"A swallow passes by" An anonymous card exclusive to this collection has no identifying marks, but shows evidence of having been in somebody's 19th century trade card scrapbook, similar to Emma Jane's arnoldtradecards.com


"A swallow passes by" An anonymous card exclusive to this collection has no identifying marks, but shows evidence of having been in somebody's 19th century trade card scrapbook, similar to Emma Jane's arnoldtradecards.com

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This Victorian landscape was found among 19th century trade cards recently acquired for arnoldtradecards.com the Earl J. Arnold Advertising Card Collection - 1885. No identification was provided. The artist unfortunately is anonymous, as is the lithographer. The scene is typical of those found on many advertising trade cards of the time, complete with flowers (often out of season) and insets. These would appear to be beach roses.


This Victorian landscape was found among 19th century trade cards recently acquired for arnoldtradecards.com the Earl J. Arnold Advertising Card Collection - 1885. No identification was provided. The artist unfortunately is anonymous, as is the lithographer. The scene is typical of those found on many advertising trade cards of the time, complete with flowers (often out of season) and insets. These would appear to be beach roses.

#VictorianLandscapes