Victorian Era Embossed Paper Die-Cuts, Cut-Outs 7 Floral c. Late 1800s
Product Description: The appearance of paper cut-outs first appeared in the early 1800s in uncolored, black and white. Most likely from the mid to later 1800s, this colorful collection of 7 floral, chromolithograph die-cuts in relief were cherished. The previous collectors of this group once adhered them to a small cardboard card and treasured them among old photographs in an 1800’s photo album.
Circa: Possibly late1800s - Early 1900s
Dimensions: Dimensions vary. Average dimension of die-cut 3” x 2”. Two die-cuts
Product Weight: .6 ounce
Material: Paper, Ink, Other
Markings/Signatures: Yes, as shown.
Condition: Previously owned – used. Light wear, marks, some age discoloration/yellowing on a few. Colors still vibrant and glossy. Most die-cuts are detaching from the card. Small creases and wear on die-cut at the wrist area, holding floral arrangement (as shown). The back on some of the cards may show wear from being in the photo album.Shipping:
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