My original antique French postcard, mailed in 1905, is covered in petite glass beads. I applaud the person who wrote the French script "I love you" in red glass beads. Overall, the glue and beads have survived the passing century quite well and while the printed version doesn't look as 'beady' (on my copy anyway:) it does give the image a nice textured look. I spruced up the lady with some paint and powder and Photoshop.
EMBEDDED COPYRIGHT. This scan is for PERSONAL use only. Use it to make art for yourself or family and friends, use in art swaps and contests.
This image CANNOT be sold in printed or digital format. With your purchase, you agree to these terms and you agree to NOT 'share' this image with friends:)
IF you are looking for ROYALTY-FREE, COMMISSION-FREE, COMMERCIAL USE digitals, send me a convo and I will get this image listed for you:
300 dpi: $8.99
300 dpi Jpeg Photo at about 5.5 by 3.5 inches (typical antique postcard size).
You'll receive an email with a link to the download (without the watermarks, of course!). It's easy peasy!
Bienvenue! My specialty is antique postcards and ephemera from France and other European countries.
Please buy with confidence! I have over 5,000 positive feedbacks on Etsy. I also sell on Ruby Lane. I take pride in delivering true customer service and helping you with special requests.