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Vintage magazine pages, 1880s to 1950s, for altered art, collage, decoupage, mixed media art, scrapbooking.

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Paper pack of 30 vintage pages from journals ranging in date from the 1880s to the 1950s. Perfect for altered art, collage, decoupage, mixed media art or scrapbooking. Great range of subject matter and a nice variety of illustrations, both colour and black and white, including historical subjects and 1950s lifestyle and adverts.

~*~*~The pages you see are the pages you will receive. All pages printed on both sides. ~*~*~

~*~*~ It was difficult to know which pages to feature in the photos but I'll try and give you a taste of what there is up for grabs. ~*~*~

1) Five pages from a 1958 edition of "Woman's Journal", see first photo. One with colour adverts on both sides (I used to have a gorgeous candlewick beadspread like that one!), four with black and white adverts, including the rather fearsome looking Gossard girdle and bra.

2) Five pages from a 1912 edition of "Forget Me Not", the "dainty paper for nice girls", see third photo. Further down the page headed "Little attentions that do not mean love" we have "Why I like the outdoor girl", by "an outdoor man". He begins, "And I do like her! I can't help myself! She's so awfully breezy and bright; and a thorough good sort all round!" Lovely page of small ads, including one from someone advertising to buy old fals teeth and one claimin "drunkenness cured"! Nicely yellowed vintage pages, quite fragile around the edges.

3) Four pages, also nicely yellowed and a bit fragile, from the Chums annual 1924, see third photo. A page on soccer and several stories of "derring do".

4) Five softly glossy pages from 1920 Hutchinson publication "The Story of the British Nation", a fortnightly part work, see fourth photo. Full page b&w illustration in the photo depicts the appearance of Halley's Comet in 1066. There are three more full page b&w illustrations and four pages with half page b&w illustrations, all of historical subjects. Also a lovely two page timeline from 1066 to 1154.

5) 10 pages from the Leisure Hour Annual, 1886, see fifth photo. Text and *lovely* black and white engravings. Some news pages and some articles, including "A Day at the Post Office" and "Gratitude in Dogs".

CONDITION: vintage paper so as to be expected there is yellowing and signs of wear to varying degrees. The Woman's Journal pages have rust holes where the staples were extracted but are otherwise in nice condition with some light creasing. The Leisure Hour Annual and the Story of the British Nation pages are overall in the best condition, while the ForgetMeNot and Chums pages are very yellowed and fraghile around the edges. ~*~*~ All are in clean vintage condition. Please zoom to see more detail. ~*~*~

DIMENSIONS: The smallest pages are 7 and a quarter inches/18cm by 10 and a quarter inches/26cm and the largets ones (Woman's Journal") are 8 and 3 quarter of an inches//22cm by 12 and a quarter inches/31cm/

~*~*~ Will be sent in protected by a cello envelope and rigidly packaged to ensure they reach you without damage. No extra P&P charge for multiple purchases. ~*~*~

~*~*~ Rescued from damaged books and journals, just waiting for a new home to go to! Thanks for looking:) ~*~*~
Anna Bradley
Roger Bradley

Vintage magazine pages, 1880s to 1950s, for altered art, collage, decoupage, mixed media art, scrapbooking.


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