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Saturday, August 21, 2010

Saturday Image Bonus 140

This week we have six pages from a 1914 catalogue.  I get such a kick out of the prices and how ornate household items were back in the day.

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9 comments:

Larisa said...

very nice pages! Thanks!!

A Vintage Chic said...

What wonderful images, Cora! Love those old catalogues...it IS amazing how seeimingly inexpensive things were then...I realize the dollar packed a bit more punch in those days, but...! And the quality and workmanship of everything was so much better!

Hope you're having a lovely weekend!

Julie

linda from vegas said...

I really love these pages! Especially the old stoves. Thank you

Netty said...

brilliant, thank you. Annette x

Annemaritta said...

My brother is a tailor and oh wow, he will definitely get a card from me featuring that old Dearing A ;)

Beautiful, beautiful...

Betty Benton said...

Great pages! I can see backgrounds!!

Cynthia said...

Love, Love this vintage ads!! Thanks Cora.

**Treefrog** said...

Oh I love these, don't you just wish we could have these prices these days, lol, WOW! I have an old Sears Roebuck catalog and love the advertising and of course the prices were great, but back then it was probably seen as a small fortune. Thanks For sharing the wonderful images!
((Hugs)) Theresa

Cindy in Wisconsin said...

Thanks, Cora! LOVE those old images, especially the page with the sewing machine & dressmaker model!