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Antique Hand Stitched Bristol Board (Perforated Paper) Needle Book * Circa 1860

Antique Hand Stitched Bristol Board (Perforated Paper) Needle Book * Circa 1860

AntiqueStitched Bristol Board Needle Book English * Circa 1860 This nice little antique needle books was made by a girl or lady in the early-mid Victorian era.

Antique-Beaded-Bristol-Board-Needle-Book-w-Forget-Me-Not-Design-Circa-1870

Antique Beaded Bristol Board Needle Book w/ Forget Me Not Design * Circa 1870

Antique Beaded Velvet Bristol Board Perforated Paper Needle Book Circa 1880 | eBay

Antique Beaded Velvet Bristol Board Perforated Paper Needle Book Circa 1880 | eBay

Antique Miniature Perforated Paper Bristol Board Needle Case Book ~ AAFA

Antique Miniature Perforated Paper Bristol Board Needle Case Book ~ AAFA

Needle Book, Needle Case, Paper Embroidery, Paper Design, Bristol Board, Sewing Kits, Ant, Sewing Rooms, Beadwork

Antique Embroidered Bristol Board Needle Book & Sampler* English * Circa 1840-50 | eBay

Antique Embroidered Bristol Board Needle Book & Sampler* English * Circa 1840-50 | eBay

great pdf on perforated paper. tons of examples not seen elsewhere

great pdf on perforated paper. tons of examples not seen elsewhere

ANTIQUE VICTORIAN EMBROIDERED PUNCH PAPER  NEEDLE BOOK  CASE  - PRINCE of WALES

ANTIQUE VICTORIAN EMBROIDERED PUNCH PAPER NEEDLE BOOK CASE - PRINCE of WALES

Antique Miniature Alphabet Sampler Pincushion, c 1830, Silk and Punch Paper

Antique Miniature Alphabet Sampler Pincushion, c Silk and Punch Paper

19th Century Victorian sewing needle case booklet meticulously hand stitched and intricately hand painted. The cover is made of brocade, lined and

Victorian Hand Stitched and Hand Painted Needle Case. Dated 1832

Century Victorian sewing needle case booklet meticulously hand stitched and intricately hand painted. The cover is made of brocade, lined and

another nice article, including a link to an 1851 calendar made from perforated paper.

Perforated Paper

another nice article, including a link to an 1851 calendar made from perforated paper.