11 Thanksgiving Turkey Pictures
This is a collection of fabulous Vintage Thanksgiving Turkey Pictures. These wonderful Turkeys are mostly Natural History Images scanned from my collection. There is a mix of full color Turkeys as well as a couple of black and white engravings. Some of these guys have their tall feathers up in full fan position and some have them down. These would be great to use in your Thanksgiving Craft or Decor projects or perhaps you can use them on your Holiday Invitations, Place cards or Menus!
Full Color Images of Turkeys
Here’s a beautiful Turkey Image for your Thanksgiving Projects. This one comes from an Antique Children’s Encyclopedia. I think the detail is incredible on this one! I first scanned this quite a few years ago and he’s still one of my favorites today. He has lots of beautiful colors, red, blues, greens and browns and his tail is fully fanned out. I love the black and white trim on the edge of each of his tail feathers.
This lovely Thanksgiving Turkey Image, was scanned from a Circa 1850 print that I purchased from an Antique Dealer in France. He has beautiful coloring, he has a red head, brown feathers along with some very pretty glue and green feathers on his wing. His tail is down, but he’s still quite attractive.
This is such a beautiful Thanksgiving Turkey Picture! This guy has lovely muted colors but he’s still quite showy looking!
Here is the latest addition to this collection. Next we have another fancy fellow. This guy has feathers that are all in tones of browns, tans and creams. His red neck really stands out among the muted tones of his feathers!
This big beautiful Turkey image comes from my Great Grandmother’s Antique scrap book, from the late 1800s. It looks like this was an old advertising card that she cut out. It has the word “Standard” on it’s tail. I’m afraid I don’t know what the product was that this was supposed to be advertising, but I think he’s a lovely fat Turkey.
Next we have this Public Domain Turkey Image! Shown above is a lovely Brown Turkey with a Fanned Tail and a pretty Decorative Scroll around him. He seems quite proud to have such a fancy embellishment framing him up!
Black and White Thanksgiving Turkey Pictures
Here is the newest addition to this collection! Featured above is a lovely plump looking Turkey Clipart Image. He’s all done in black and white, I think he would be fun to color in.
This Turkey Engraving was scanned from an Antique Circa 1828 Printer’s book. This image has loads of details and is very well done, however I think this poor Turkey is a bit homely looking! He may work well in Primitive projects though.
And lastly we have this Thanksgiving Turkey Wishbone Image! This is a black and white illustration of a Beautiful Turkey walking under a giant Wish Bone! This one was scanned from a Circa 1920’s Vintage Booklet. A fun little image to use in your Art or crafts!
Single Color Clipart Turkeys
You may recognize this guy from the black and white Thanksgiving Turkey Pictures above. I made in an a dark red color to give you more options.
And as you can see I’ve also created a brown version too.
I hope you enjoyed this mix of Thanksgiving Turkey Pictures and that you can find a use for some of these in your projects. You might also like our Roast Turkey Images HERE and our Fall Image Collection HERE.
Thanks for the Turkey!
I love your holiday retro images. Thank you so much!
Pat C. says
Oh, my!! He really is stunning, isn’t he?!? Thank you, Karen! xoxo
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Lady Editor says
This turkey way too beautiful to have as dinner. Thanks for sharing him with us.
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Really beautiful turkey—a real keeper! Thanks Karen!
Clear Crick Cottage says
Magnificent Bird!! Best I’ve ever seen!
Thank you for all you do Karen!!
stunning!!! what a great image. thank u so very much karen 🙂
Karen- The Graphics Fairy says
Thank you everyone!
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What a beautiful turkey! Thank you so much.
Paper Squirrel says
He’s stunning! Thanks so much!
gorgeous is right. Thank you
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The Painting Queen says
WoW! That is a beauty!