Another great vintage message frame that has space for lettering and can easily be resized. Thomas E. Hill used these types of frames on almost every page of his 600+ page book from 1882. This one is a double frame where you could easily use just the center one with it’s simple lines and limited decoration. Or, you could use it along with the larger, more elaborate frame that has a bit of a far eastern appearance. Doesn’t it sorta remind you of India? No matter how you decide to use this vintage border or page spacer, you don’t have to worry about getting permission, it is fully in the public domain.
Thomas E. Hill published Hill’s Album of Biography and Art in 1882. It included a number of wonderful illustrations and stock print foundry images.
This image is copyright free and in the public domain anywhere that extends copyrights 70 years after death or at least 120 years after publication when the original illustrator is unknown.