Antique Graphics Wednesday – 1916 Advertisements

I brought home two 1916 magazines called, “The Etude”.  I felt so fortunate to get these because they were not for sale yet at the thrift store where I purchased them, but I struck up a conversation with the manager and she took me to the back of the shop and let me look through the items that hadn’t been taken to the floor yet!  She was such a sweet gal and we had a great conversation about decorating with repurposed & vintage goods.
These were magazines for singers and musicians and are filled with the most beautiful advertisements, illustrations, sheet music, and articles.
Feel free to right-click, save and print these images for your projects.  

I have always loved this advertisement for Victor Phonographs – isn’t that dog adorable?
For some background information about the Victor Victrola Phonograph visit this link.

This image is from the back cover of the magazine and is an advertisement for Pompeian Beauty Products.
It is stunningly beautiful!  This is perfect for a blog sidebar image.

This lovely framed ad was for Kranich & Bach Pianos.

Here’s the same ad, cleaned up and with the typography removed.  Add your own words to make a new creation.

These are just a small handful of the gorgeous images found in this magazine.

It takes some time to scan, crop and edit them, but I’ll complete more and post them next week. I hope you enjoyed these!

Blessings,
Angie
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  1. Wow Angela!! Those are so sweet!!! I love them all, so….I copied them all! I’m really looking forward to seeing more that you got…and it was a great score!!
    Thanks so much for sharing them with us!
    You’re a doll.
    Doni

  2. Wow, thank you for sharing these beautiful images ~ it’s amazing the detail in that frame… and of course, the phonograph and dog is adorable 🙂 I love the pretty lady as well… can’t wait to see what else you find! ~ Megan

  3. Hi there Angie…….these are awesome. I know they DO take time to scan and edit. I have a bunch of antique magazines and should do the same thing on the muse. First, more time in the day would be nice. Thank you so much for taking the time to offer them.

  4. Wow – Angie, thanks for sharing!
    Hugs, Cindy

  5. Very Cool! I would love to peruse those old magazines! Great Graphics! XO Cindy

  6. fun stuff! thanks!
    Rene

  7. Thanks for sharing!
    New follower,
    Eilis
    my-heart-lives-here.blogspot.com

  8. I love the ads. Thank you very much for taking the time to scan them in and share!
    Have a great weekend!
    Hugs,
    Julia

  9. Great printables, friend! Thanks so much for sharing them at Potpourri Friday!

  10. Thanks for the printables. I pinned the RCA Victor dog, linked back to you. I’ll join you on your Linky. ~ Maureen

  11. Hi Angela,

    thanks for the images..they are so cool. I am saving to my files.

    All the best,

    charlotte

  12. love that top one! Thanks so much for sharing! t.xoxo

  13. I love those graphics and one of these days I am going to do something with them. Yours are great; thanks for linking this and your other projects to Cowgirl Up.

  14. Great graphics, thanks for sharing!

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  16. Was looking at the bottom on this one…. This image is from the back cover of the magazine and is an advertisement for Pompeian Beauty Products.
    It is stunningly beautiful! This is perfect for a blog sidebar image.
    Did you know that it has a note saying “Sincerely, Mary Pickford”? How cool is that!!!
    Even without that saying, this is beautiful.

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