1940s Original Vintage French Blotter, Singer Sewing Machines (Matted)
1940s Original Vintage French Blotter, Singer Sewing Machines (Matted)
1940s Original Vintage French Blotter, Singer Sewing Machines (Matted)

1940s Original Vintage French Blotter, Singer Sewing Machines (Matted)

Regular price $125.00
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Date: 1940s
Size: 8 x 4.75 inches, matted to 12 x 8.75 inches

About the poster: Singer Corporation is an American manufacturer of consumer sewing machines, first established as I. M. Singer & Co. in 1851 by Isaac M. Singer with New York lawyer Edward C. Clark. Best known for its sewing machines, it was renamed Singer Manufacturing Company in 1865, then the Singer Company in 1963. This vintage label was originally created as a blotter, which is a sheet or pad of blotting paper inserted into a frame and kept on a desk to be used to absorb ink or oil from writing materials, particularly when quill or fountain pens were popular. 

While the bulk of our poster collection consists of full size posters, we consider such smaller, more affordable gems to be worthy of collection as well. We think these pieces would look great in an office, a living room , country home, or any space in which a small dash of retro style is needed or desired. They are affordable, sweet, vintage ... What more could you ask for?

Ready to frame.