Early publishers produced simple uncut picture sheets, unembossed and matt-surfaced. These sheets were intended for children to colour or draw from.
Imaginative little children would have cut out the figures and scenes to play with, while their elder brothers and sisters selected the better cut-outs to place in their albums and scrap books.
Early Picture Sheets
A scarce and delightful hand-coloured print illustrating scenes of country life.
A print sold by A.N.Myers & Co, printed in Germany, came in envelopes
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