maudelynn:

I’ll Be Your Pumpkin on Halloween 
If You’ll Be My Witching Queen 
c.1914 Dwig Postcard from my collection 

maudelynn:

I’ll Be Your Pumpkin on Halloween 

If You’ll Be My Witching Queen 

c.1914 Dwig Postcard from my collection 

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fuckyeahvintageillustration:

Cover for the October Issue of Harper’s by Edward Penfield, 1894.
Source

fuckyeahvintageillustration:

Cover for the October Issue of Harper’s by Edward Penfield, 1894.

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modernizor:

Medical Trade Card Collection (ca. 1920-1940s)
The front of a Dr. Miles’ Laxative Tablets movable, die-cut advertising novelty card, lowered and raised (Elkhart, Indiana, ca. 1910)
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modernizor:

Medical Trade Card Collection (ca. 1920-1940s)

The front of a Dr. Miles’ Laxative Tablets movable, die-cut advertising novelty card, lowered and raised (Elkhart, Indiana, ca. 1910)

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ein-bleistift-und-radiergummi:

Vintage Big Bad Wolf Card Game Set 1946

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design-is-fine:

Cover of Jugend, the german art nouveau mag for the youth, 1897. The complete volumes: University of Heidelberg.

design-is-fine:

Cover of Jugend, the german art nouveau mag for the youth, 1897. The complete volumes: University of Heidelberg.

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design-is-fine:

Cover design of eye magazine, 1968-69. USA. Hearst Corporation, USA.

eye was a short-lived attempt on a counterculture XXL magazine by editor Helen Gurley Brown. It appealed to college students, mostly women, and covered fashion, music & politics, including “big fat” fold-out posters. Some say it was a prime example of consumerism cashing in on the “youth market”. Only 15 issues were published. Source

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THE GIRL CAN’T HELP IT - 1956

THE BROOD - 1979 

THE BROOD - 1979 

HAROLD AND MAUDE - 1971

FORBIDDEN PLANET - 1956