15 Victorian Ladies with Signs – Labels
Today we have an extraordinary collection of Victorian Ladies with Signs – Labels! This is free for you to use. I just love looking at and reading all the vintage Advertising Sign wording. The typography of the signs is just amazing. You can use our Victorian Ladies for Labels, a Sign in a shop, some cute Price and Gift tags, or a Book Plate!. The blank space is great for writing in your own bit of text. Additionally, they would make a cute Journal Card for scrapbooking!
Victorian Ladies with Signs Pictures
This is a fun Victorian Image of a Tobacco Lady! It is an old Cigar Ad from an 1880’s Rubber Stamp Catalog. Included is the original at the bottom. Seen above is one from the fabulous 1870’s Printers book that I just love! This is a charming Victorian Woman with a Bird Cage and tiny Bird! She is leaning up against some sort of tasseled cushion, and there is an advertisement on the back of the cushion for a Billiards Hall in Pittsburg! Too cute! I’ve included a second version without the writing so that you can add your own message if you wish.
Victorian Ladies with Signs Images
Featured above is a fun Vintage Beauty Ad Label!! This one was scanned from a rare Antique Printer’s book that most likely dates to around the 1880’s. The Victorian woman is holding a Sign and Bird in a splendid black and white image! This would be used as an Advertising piece or for a Beauty Product, for instance. The second image is provided with the advertisement removed.
Here we have some splendid looking Advertising Graphics for a Watch and Clock Dealer and shows Opera Glasses. She has a bit of a Steampunk look to her! The original is shown at the bottom.
Victorian Ladies with Signs ClipArt
These Free Vintage Label Images show a stunning Victorian Lady with a Fan! The detail on this one is amazing!! The woman has such a beautiful face. Her hair is adorned with a Rose and some Pearls, and she appears to be wearing a Lace Veil. The original image shows advertising text on the fan; it apparently is a sample for “Everlasting Love-Knots!” How fun! Once again, the text has been removed on the second version.
Featured above is a fabulous Victorian Riding Habit Lady Image!! Firstly, there is a depiction of a wonderful Black and White Image of a Victorian woman in a traditional Riding Habit Costume. The Woman is standing behind a large Sign. This was used as an Advertising piece, perhaps for some type of medicine. An image is provided with the advertisement removed.
Victorian Ladies with Signs – Color
I’m super excited about it this one! A beautifully crafted Victorian Woman leaning on a Sign is depicted in this fabulous Antique Trade Card from Maine. I’ve included a black and white version with the wording removed from the sign in the second image.
Ladies Hand with Signs
For this next one, all we see is the ladies hand. She is holding a charming Sign, on a Tussie Mussie bouquet for a Florist!
And here we have the same image as the one above, only with the florist ad removed from the Tussie Mussie bouquet, so that you can add your own message.
I hope you enjoyed this fun curated collection of Victorian Ladies with Signs – Labels!! You might also like our 50+ Best Blank Labels HERE.
Debs McLaighlin says
I love these!! Thank you so much!! ????
You are very welcome Deb 🙂
Angela Hoynes says
You are so very welcome Angela, I hope you enjoyed them 🙂
Christine Eaton Jones says
Once again, your collections are fantastic. Thank you.
Thanks so much Christine 🙂
I wanted to share a card I made with this lovely image: http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/2048503?&cat=500&ppuser=30808
I just found you thanks to Tales from an ocottage- I am loving your site!!!
Cathy L. Calamas says
Thanks a lot. great image.
That’s really neat! I love how you removed the words!
Karen, this is super-useful, not to mention gorgeous, and, of course, best of all, she’s wearing a lovely hat! Thanks for sharing this –
What a beautiful image. Thank you so much.
Ooooh, this will be “the bestest label ever” 😉
These are wonderful! Thanks as always!
Thank you for this beautiful image.
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Karen I love the lady, thank you so much.