These century old bills are from two different grocery stores -- they are shown in the original colors -- I just scanned them in and tidied them up a little bit. These were in pretty rough shape but I like the letterhead and the content is interesting so I figured I would share. These are actually on their way to someone now in one of our ephemera boxes!
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I love the bright yellow of the bottom piece -- I am a little surprised that it stayed this colorful for over a century!
Don’t try to download the picture, I’ve got a high resolution pdf for you instead, with several different sizes.
Vintage Ephemera Letters and Bills
The original invoices are very thin, and I think they were likely carbon copies, or attached to carbon, they have blackish marks on the back. I love the typography on this one!
You can get the high resolution pieces here:
More Free Vintage Letters and Ephemera
You can find some other vintage bills and ephemera on the blog; I recolored these bookstore invoices to use for a project, and you can grab them in a rainbow of colors here:
You'll find some century old bills here, including one for a casket company! just click the photo below to go to the original post.
This letter is from 1915 and features both interesting letterhead and typed passages. Click here to go to that post.
I’ve linked a few other posts with vintage freebies and projects below. Enjoy!