Antique French Graphics

I usually only share antique graphics once a week, but I’m working on a few bigger projects, and trying to tackle some disorganized and messy areas around my house, so rather than sharing a project with you, I thought I’d share some French graphics you can use on your own projects.
I have a wonderful antique invoice from the early 1920’s.  It was from a tannery that made saddles and belts.  I love the typography and have included a black and white PNG image of a portion of the invoice.  I think it would look lovely transferred onto canvas drop cloth – perhaps for something like a chair or footstool.
Antique-French-Typography-Invoice-Royalty-Free-Clip-Art-Graphic-Knick of Time
Here it is in reverse, to use on transfer projects.

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  1. Thank you for sharing these lovely graphics, Angie!

  2. Thanks so much for sharing it, I had to PIN it because I know as soon as I finish my current DIY, I’ll probably be using it!

  3. Thanks for sharing this great graphics! Love it!

  4. I am just learning to transfer and paint these by hand. Thank you for the graphics and I will use them in an upcoming project!

  5. A Big THANK YOU! i too have just started using graphics and these are perfect! tfs

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