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A three pack of silly photographic plates from a vintage book dating to the 1890s. From a book called Bonnie Brier Bush by "Ian Maclaren", the pseudonym used for fiction writing (Scottish fiction) by John Watson.

This book (best seller 1895-fiction) is a collection of silly stories told with Scots humor. These pictures show how silly the stories must be.

The pack would make a great starting point for a short story or retro collage. Use your imagination.

The pages measure 7.25 by 5 inches. They are in good condition, slightly yellowed, a few small jagged edges along the side of the page.

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Vintage - Silly Scenes - 3 Pack Photographs of 1890s - Special Price


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  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Materials: paper, ink, ephemera
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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