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54.00 USD

Better Homes and Gardens Home Furnishing Ideas for 1966 featuring style trends, color schemes and designs news, including handicrafts: colorful furnishings that you can make yourself.

This original 1966 9.5 x 12.5 inch 178 page print magazine is in excellent condition with just a minor degree of wear to the front and back cover. The binding remains tight. No inside pages were scanned to preserve the integrity of the binding.

Your original vintage magazine will be shipped in a non-bendable mailer by First Class Mail.

See more of sandmarg's collection of vintage design magazines here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/sandmarg/search?search_query=design+magazines&search_type=user_shop_ttt_id_5276420&shopname=sandmarg


74.99 USD

The delightful adventures of three blonde sisters when they take care of their Aunt & Uncle's cat Mitzi.

Uunpaginated, hardcover, red cloth boards with color pastedown on front, endpapers illustrated in color, color illustrated illustrations in text.


Inscription on the front endpaper. Book has some wear on the corners, one page has a slight tear inch at the bottom edge. Condition is very good.

Copyright 1941. Albert Whitman and Company. Fourth Printing 1945.

Shipped to you by First Class Mail.


8.00 USD

Pattern and instructions for a ball bag, racquet covers in three sizes, an accessory case with patch pocket with self snap flap, towel and wrist and head bands.


Suggested fabrics: soft or crisp fabrics such as broadcloth, denim, chino, terry, poplin, sailcloth, gabardine, lightweight canvas and pinwale corduroy.

This pattern is new and uncut and in factory folds. Copyright 1970s.

Your pattern will be mailed by First Class Mail and carefully housed in an acid-free archival storage sleeve.

See more of sandmarg?s collection of tennis sewing patterns here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/sandmarg/search?search_query=tennis+sewing+patterns&order=date_desc&view_type=gallery&ref=shop_search


3.00 USD

Eadweard James Muybridge ( 1830 ? 1904) was an English photographer important for his pioneering work in photographic studies of motion, and early work in motion-picture projection.

This print of the elephant in motion measures 5 x 9 inches. The original image was produced in 1887.

You are purchasing a digital image scanned at a high resolution, 300 dpi in jpg form, from my personal collection.

Once payment is received you will be able to instantly download the original image.

The image can fit on an 8.5 x 11 inch paper. You may resize it to your own specifications. We suggest that you adjust your printer and application settings for optimum print quality.

The image you receive will not include the Sandmarg watermark.

This image is an Instant Download image. Instant Downloads are sent to your Etsy registered email address as soon as your payment is confirmed. After purchasing a digital file, you?ll see a link to the Downloads page. Here you can download al the files associated with your order.

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16.49 USD

The Great Eastern Railway was a pre-grouping British railway company, whose main line linked London Liverpool Street to Norwich and which had other lines through East Anglia. The company was grouped into the London and North Eastern Railway in 1923.

This 1920 print is by the British artist Holland Browne and features steam engine no 1531 ? the continental night express leaving Liverpool Street.

The paper measures 6 x 9.5 inches (approximate) and was carefully salvaged from a 1920 reference source. It's in excellent condition. The reverse side of the page has 7 other examples of steam engines of the United Kingdom. The images on the reverse side do not show through to the other side.

Like trains? See more of our carefully curated collection here: https://www.etsy.com/your/shops/sandmarg/tools/listings/query:railroad,stats:true

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34.99 USD

Vintage 1930?s pattern from Hollywood Patterns featuring a sew ?simple? dress and Dutch style cap. The six-gored skirt of the dress joins the blouse under the belt. Dart tucks emphasis the mid-section with a straight front and back collarless yoke and short fitted sleeve. Topped off by a Dutch cap with fitted crown and pointed turned-up brim.

Size 18 fits bust 36 and hip 39

Suggested fabrics: printed silk, silk crepe, faille, taffeta, novelty cotton, linen, gingham, pique, seersucker, shantung, chambray, rayons.

The pattern envelope shows wear. Instructions and pattern pieces are complete. This is a non-printed pattern and pieces are cut to size. Copyright estimate 1941.

Created by Conde Nast in 1932, the Hollywood Pattern Company featured favorite radio and movie stars. Their manufacture stopped after World War II and due to their short production span, they are highly collectible.

Anne Shirley (April 17, 1918 ? July 4, 1993) was an American movie actress who began acting at the age of five as Dawn O?Day. In 1934 she starred as the character of Anne Shirley in Anne of Green Gables and took the name as her stage name. She was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress in Stella Dallas. She retired from acting in 1944.


48.00 USD

Vogue October 1981.

Front Cover features Natassia (sp) Kinski by Richard Avedon; Hairstylist John Sahag; Makeup Ariella;
Editor Grace Mirabella

Fashion Features include: New Age Beauty and High Spirited Fashion with Nastassia Kinski
Fur: the Big Attraction
The Best of Italy
The Italian Spirit
and much more...

Condition is good with minor cover wear. 600 pages. Weight is 1.2 kg. Shipping to all international locations (other than United States) is by International Surface Mail. If you require a faster shipping time, please message me for an estimate. International shipping (other than the United States) is extremely expensive due to the magazine's weight.

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12.00 USD

So much fun and so elegant! The Matson Cruise lines were pure luxury all the way. Most of the state rooms were first class and when passengers weren`t being entertained by games (adult versions of potato sack races and musical chairs) there were cocktails, dinners and dancing. After the Captain`s champagne party there might be quiet time for contemplation and stargazing from the privacy of your own balcony.

This beautiful 1937 print ad features an elegant woman in red in the Lanai Suite on the S.S. Lurline, the Pacific Ocean`s top liner.

This beautiful color print ad measures 6.5 x 10 inches and is in excellent condition.

Reverse the paper to see another print ad for the Canadian Pacific cruise to the Orient.
Woman in Red will be mailed to you in a non-bendable mailer, carefully housed in an acid-free archival sleeve.

See more of sandmarg`s collection of vintage and antique print ads here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/sandmarg/search?search_query=print+ad&search_type=user_shop_ttt_id_5276420&shopname=sandmarg


1.99 USD

This image is from the 1824 edition of Smith and Founder?s of 1823 which outlined designs for railing and balconies that would be copied by foundries at the request of builders and architects.


This image measures 5 x 8.5 inches.

You are purchasing a digital image scanned at a high resolution, 300 dpi in jpg form. The original image is from my personal collection.

Once payment is received you will be able to instantly download the image.

The image can fit on an 8.5 x 11 inch paper. You may resize it to your own specifications. We suggest that you adjust your printer and application settings for optimum print quality.

The image you receive will not include the Sandmarg watermark.

This image is an Instant Download image. Instant Downloads are sent to your Etsy registered email address as soon as your payment is confirmed. After purchasing a digital file, you?ll see a link to the Downloads page. Here you can download al the files associated with your order.

If you require help accessing your digital file, please read this: https://www.etsy.com/help/article/3949?ref=help_search_result

The reproduced version and JPG document, including text and images are copyright by Sandmarg with all Rights Reserved

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10.99 USD

This beautiful print features the lush and gorgeous artwork of Maria Sibylla Merian which depicts a pineapple with a caterpillar, its chrysalis and butterfly forms and a red winged insect.

Maria Sibylla Merian ( 1647 ? 1717) was a naturalist and scientific illustrator who studied plants and insects . She published three collections of engravings of plants in 1675, 1677 and 1680.

Merian received her artistic training from her stepfather, Jacob Marrel, a student of the still life painter Georg Flegel. She published her first book of natural illustrations, titled Neues Blumenbuch, in 1675 at age 28. In 1699, following eight years of painting and studying Merian was awarded a grant by the city of Amsterdam to travel to Surinam with her daughter Dorothea. After two years there, she was forced to return to Europe as result of malaria. She then proceeded to publish her major work, Metamorphosis Insectorum Surinamensium in 1705, for which she became famous. Because of her careful observations and documentation of the metamorphosis of the butterfly, she is considered among the most significant contributors to the field of entomology.

Originally printed in 1705, this print was reprinted in 1996 on medium weight matte archival paper. The paper measures 8.5 x 11 inches and is in excellent condition. The paper is blank on the reverse side. Perfect to frame. Signed by the engraver Pieter Sluyter (1675-1713)

Shipped to you in an unbendable mailer by First Class Mail.

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Serious, but in a good way, vintage-aholic living in a sepia toned universe of images of the past, loves the present and future, raindrops moonbeams and ...

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