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Sound Effects In Archie Comic Books - Flashbak
I'm a great admirer of Dan DeCarlo's work, and Archie comics take me back to the good ol' days like nothing else can.
1900 Swift's Ham Ad ~ Sailor Boy and Butcher, Vintage Food Ads (Other)
Original vintage magazine ad for Swift's Premium Hams featuring a wonderful engraving of a young boy in the butcher shop dressed as a sailor. Publication Year: 1900 Approximate Ad Size (in inches): 6.5 x 9 Condition: Excellent
THUN'DA by the incomparable FRANK FRAZETTA!
Before Frank Frazetta was doing Conan paintings for paper back book covers he was busy creating stunning comic book art. Some digging on the internet has uncovered these absolutely stunning pages of Frank Frazetta original art that I just felt needed to be shared in detail. Thun'da Jan. 1952, page 11, panel 1, written by Gardner Fox and drawn and inked by Frank Frazetta Thun'da original art by Frazetta This art is so stunning that it demands that I post close ups to show all the incredible…
Egyptian mummy and sarcophagus (british museum), vintage engraving. Egyptian mummy and sarcophagus (british museum), vintage
Egyptian mummy and sarcophagus (british museum), vintage engraving. - download this royalty free Vector in seconds. No membership needed.
Manx vintage engraving. Manx, vintage engraving. old engraved illustration of a manx.
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Ancient Egyptian Sarcophagus
A sarcophagus is a funeral receptacle for a corpse, most commonly carved or cut from stone. The word “sarcophagus” comes from the Greek meaning “to eat", hence sarkophagus means “flesh-eating"; from the phrase lithos sarkophagos the word came to refer to the limestone that was thought to decompose the flesh of corpses interred within it.