These are French game tokens (called “Jetons” in French), from the 1940s. Via Tongue In Cheek Antiques.
This vintage style font is only $10 at Ten Dollar Fonts!
I first came across a shot of these Monarchs playing cards on Graphic-Exchange and had to go track them down to see the details. I’m a sucker for ornate vintage designs, and the gold on black is so sexy! You can buy a pack here.
Here’s another green bean label, this time by Red Moon. This was made in the 1920s-1930s in Baltimore, Maryland. The lithographer was Simpson & Doeller. To give you a little more perspective, the label is 4.25″ x 11″. You can buy this one for your collection on Etsy.
I love these vintage Butterfly Brand labels. They’re from the 1880s and have a very distinct style. These particular ones are actually up for sale on Etsy for very reasonable prices. Buy the Pumpkin one here, and the Bean one here.
I’m not usually a fan of photo collages, but these cracked me up. I’ve always been a sucker for old vintage photos with animals heads on them. Via the “Frighten” shop on Etsy.
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Fab.com is running a sale right now for re-prints of these great old propaganda posters ($24 each). Some of these are hilarious! Go see the rest at their site.
Another Fab.com sale caught my eye- and how perfect is it for October? They’re selling digital prints of these great old magician’s posters. You can see the full set of offerings here. They’re all 18×24 and $28 each.