Antique Graphics Wednesday – French Document Printable

I have another French document printable to share with you today.  This one is from the early 1900’s and appears to be a check.  It has so many pretty elements on it – The “Paris” typography, the handwriting, the stamp in the corner, and the script font.
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The reverse side has several signatures and rubber stamped images.
I particularly like like this “Banque de France” stamp, and think it could make a great sign.
I have 6 or 7 of these old checks, so I’m still brainstorming some projects to use them on.
More French documents here, here, here, & here.

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  1. Wow, these are amazing! Thank you for sharing them, I’m sure I will find somewhere to use them.
    Debbie 🙂

  2. These are so pretty! Wondering what I can do with them…..saving for a brainstorm! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Oooooh these are awesome Angie!
    Marie@The Interior Frugalista

  4. Love them Angie. I have a project in mind … just hope I can fit them to it. Thanks for sharing.
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

  5. OMG! You sooooo ROCK! Thank You! :O)
    I’m young…HOWEVER….I had 2 strokes in one week 4 years ago. You can’t “tell” by looking at me, but trust me, strokes (any and all) are relentless and proficient at wreaking havoc on your mind, body and life. To make a long story short, since I can no long work, I HAD to find something to do that would keep me busy, energize my creativity and I would enjoy doing. So I began to “play with” making photo and video montages for family and friends (at no ‘charge’). I have used a few of your graphics and printable’s with a lot of success…especially when I wanted to “create” the feel of an old time movie reel. Again, THANK YOU O MUCH! I KNOW the time and amount of work it takes for you to be able to share these with us…for FREE…and I for one, am VERY grateful! xoxo

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