5 Vintage Pig Images
Today we have a fun collection of Vintage Pig Images! There are some delightful drawings of this farm animal below. Included is a whimsical little swine wearing a bright red crown and a couple of cute pink fellows (or gals). There is a nice black and white illustration of a spotted handsome sow and another that is just his head in a round frame. We also have a couple of white hogs standing in the farm yard. I think you could use these to make some fun DIY Wall Decor for a Farmhouse Kitchen, or perhaps some accessories like a Towel or some Canisters.
Vintage Pig Images
I’m so excited to share this one with you today!! This amazing whimsical piece is an antique die cut trade card. The card features a very amusing looking Swine sitting on his hind legs. He is wearing a pretty fancy red crown that says, “Rex Crown.” The colors and sketch marks are just amazing on this piece. What a charmer!! Oddly enough, according to the back of the card, the product being advertised was Extract of Beef. Not Pork?! How strange!!
Isn’t this Vintage Pig Image just darling? Shown above is an illustration of a lovely Pink Pig. She seems to eating or drinking at her feeding trough. She has a wistful look on her face like she is deep in thought. This one was scanned from an 1880’s German Natural History Book.
What a cute Pig shown above. This little fellow seems to be prancing along like he has somewhere special to go. The peachy pink body with several black spots is a little different. He looks like he is smiling or at least happy about something. Don’t you love the little cork screw tail? This one comes from a Victorian Children’s game.
Old Pig Pictures
Pictured above are two fantastic Vintage Farmhouse Swine Pictures! These were scanned from a rare Antique Printer’s book that dates to around Circa 1880′s. Displayed are two black and white images of a marvelous looking large Pig! This little fellow has giant dark spotted skin. Most Pigs have thin hair but some species have a wooly type covering. The image at the top shows just his head and snout in a black circular frame. The other picture shows the entire Pig or Hog standing in a field … curly tail and all! Isn’t he lovely?!
Shown in this drawing are two cute portly Pigs or perhaps Hogs. The writing under the picture says, “Chester White Hogs – Old Style.” I wonder exactly what old style means. They have a squarish body shape and long tails with a tuft of hair on the end. Their snouts seem to be somewhat upturned. This image comes from an 1880’s Livestock handbook. Fun!