This is a package of old, Superior Color Transfers that were used on linens, clothes and gifts. The paper envelope has nice graphics of a bucking bronco. This is from a series and is #209-Fourteen Wild West Designs and there are actually two sets of seven designs in blue, orange and brown. The images include cowboys with lariats, a cowgirl on a horse and a sheriff’s star and pistol. On the back of the envelope are the directions. These were from the Superior Pattern Co. of New York and originally sold for 25 cents.
Also included are two other sheets of transfers. One is from series #212 which has chickens, roosters and baby chicks. There two of each of the four main images plus some random chicks. The other sheet is series #215 which has old cars. There’s a 1907 Stanley Steamer, a 1911 Maxwell a 1902 Locomobile and an 1896 Ford. Each car has two images. Both of these sheets are done in red, green and yellow.
The envelope measures about 8” by 8 ¾” and is in nice condition with minimal wear. The transfer sheets measure about 8” wide by about 30” long. They are in unused condition with original folds. All of them have a few additional, minor creases but the one with the chickens has the most folds and creases. I assume, but do not know for certain that they would still transfer.
The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.
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