Please note...the first photo shows a transfer that is not for sale but shows what it looks like framed. Last 2 photos that show close ups are also from my framed one to give you an idea of how lovely they are with backlighting!
Here you are getting 2 neat old transfers with instructions. They are identical advertising pieces from the 1901 Pan Am Expo held in Buffalo NY. Made by the American Lithographic Co. these look really neat when transferred to glass and hung in a window where the light shines through it. They are titled "Evening Beauties of the Pan American Exposition" and depict a lovely setting of the buildings and waterways at the expo. At the top it appears that one building is advertising across the skyline for Munyon's Witch Hazel Soap. Each is about 9 1/2" x 6 1/2". One has 2 paper nips out near the bottom edge and the other one has a corner chip, some edgewear and a 2" slit near the top. Both come with directions on how to adhere them to glass. Though they have flaws, I believe once framed, these issues will become minimal as the remainder of the transfer lights up!