Showing posts tagged Vintage

mudwerks:

Pirates Have Feelings Too! (by wackystuff)

(Reblogged from adventures-of-the-blackgang)

" Mermaid Bookplate "  …  Artist:  Frederick Claude Vivian Lane [1880-1969], Australia

(Source: nationaltrust.org.au)

" The Fleet’s In "  …  Vintage Postcard, 1930’s

(Source: delcampe.net)

(Reblogged from joshuafountain)

saveflowers1:

Art by Charles Folkard (1920) “Magica.”

(Reblogged from saveflowers1)

thegildedcentury:

Life, August 16, 1948

Although the scene on the opposite page looks as if it might be a Hollywood-conceived finale of Gilbert and Sullivan’s H.M.S. Pinafore, it is actually the traditional leave-taking of the Portuguese training ship Sagres from New York City.  As the three-masted sailing vessel backed away from the pier, the most sure-footed of the 300 agile midshipmen clambered up on the spars and bowspit to wave goodby [sic] to America.  Their neat balancing act demonstrates that the Portuguese have lost none of the art of seamanship since the days of Vasco da Gama.

(Reblogged from navalarchitecture)

" Sailor — USS Michigan "   …   Tintype Sailor Portrait

Original Tintype:  

" Zouzou "    …    [Allégret, 1934]. Jean Gabin sports the classic French naval uniform while Josephine Baker dons the pom-pom hat

(Source: cynephile.com)

lezardnoir:

Clovis Trouille. La Sirène. Atelier Pierre Imans. Paris

(Reblogged from lezardnoir)

" Mermaid Brooch "  …  Vintage Costume Jewelry, 1940’s, Signed: Eisenberg

(Source: evintique.wordpress.com)

" A Young Pipe Smoking Sailor "  …  Vintage Portrait  [Circa 1940’s]

(Source: etsy.com)

mid-centurylove:

1940s Vintage Children’s Book - Mammoth Book for Girls

(Source: etsy.com)

(Reblogged from monsieurboum2)
(Reblogged from monsieurboum2)

Submarine sailor sends semaphore signals.

(Reblogged from briganda-omalley)
(Reblogged from msbehavoyeur)