Commercial artists, graphic designers, and enthusiasts of vintage images will turn to this collection of wonderfully detailed spot illustrations again and again! Over 1,500 royalty-free and ready-to-use spots of authentic nineteenth- and early- twentieth century advertising art include: • An... read more
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