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These 2 vintage Aunt Martha's transfer patterns were most likely made in the 1950s and 1960s in Kansas City, Missouri. This is because one has a two-digit code in the address (Kansas City 16, Missouri), the price was 15 cents, the newer one has a 5-digit zip code, and both do not have a bar code.
The oldest one is on the right, featuring vegetable days of the week, although some pieces are missing and the others are used. This package is #3403 and was called Vegetable Tea Towels. It is probably from the 1950s or 1940s.
The package on the left is probably from the 1960s, and all pieces are present, uncut and unused. This one is #3681 and is called The Busy Bee. It features cute bees with sayings such as The Collector, The Shopper, The Storekeeper, and The Builder.
These come in their original adorable envelopes and might still be usable, although I can't guarantee it. They were made to iron on fabric (to embroider over the design). They are usually good for more than one transfer, the package states. The adorable vintage graphics make these special.
Denise at Blue Sky Lane

2 Aunt Martha's Transfers, transfer patterns, 1950s, 1960s, Aunt Martha, paper ephemera, supplies

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: Paper envelopes, paper transfers
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 1794 reviews
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