Free Patriotic Vintage July 4th Clip Art

These 4th of July clip art images are such beautiful examples of vintage July 4th art! Fireworks are featured in half of them, because what would the July 4th be without fireworks? Children are represented in most of them, as they frequently are in vintage art images. And what would the Fourth of July be without two of our most influential presidents, George Washington and Abraham Lincoln? They’re here, too, ready to help you celebrate the fourth of July.

Read our TERMS OF USE, just click the images below to view and download larger versions of the vintage July 4th clip art  (enlarged sizes vary):

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20 Responses to “Free Patriotic Vintage July 4th Clip Art”

  1. Di Ann McPherson Says:

    This is the greatest vintage site. Glad that you are here.
    Keep up the good work!

    Di Ann

  2. Thanks, Di Ann! I’m glad you enjoy the site.

  3. Awesome!

  4. I use your clip art on my blog to make it look like stationary. I am so glad that you share with us.

  5. I just can’t say enough about this website! Never in my wildest dreams did I ever think it would be as awesone as it is. I just can’t imagine the hours of work that went into creating this..Can’t even begin to tell you how much I love it and how many hours I’ve spent here! Thaks you from the bottom of my heart!

  6. You’re welcome, Charlene. I’m so glad you enjoy the site!

  7. Hi Shirley. Thanks so much for your comment. You have a beautiful blog!

    You may not be aware that we’ve had a change to our terms of service that requires a link under every image (or group of up to five images in one post) used from our site. This is because Google Image Search picks up images from all over the Web and displays them, siphoning traffic from our site. So even though the images came from Vintage Holiday Crafts, Google could be sending traffic that rightfully belongs to us to other sites that post our images. To add insult to injury, because there aren’t links to our site next to the images, visitors don’t know where they came from. So not only do we never get the traffic we worked for hundreds of hours to get, but people also pick up the images from these other sites and further disseminate them. I’m sure you had no idea of these unintended consequences when you posted the images! Indeed, we only discovered recently that this was a problem. That’s the why the terms of use were changed.

    I’ll send you an e-mail about this but I wanted to post it here, too, so other people can understand why it’s important to follow our terms of use.

  8. I LUV THIS SITE. keep up the good work. I used 3 of those images last July DH was born on July 4th,also need images for his card. I use UR c/art all the time for my GI’s & women’s cards for my church. I really appreciate this site. Thanks for making it free since I’m on a limited budget.

  9. You’re welcome, grandmabear! Use the art in good health. 🙂

  10. Bethany @ The Paper Pony Says:

    Thank you for the use of these delightful images. I just made some vases using your 4th of July postcards.

  11. I love the vases. Nicely done!

  12. DancingKim Says:

    Hello, i’m a professional dancer. i’d like to see to make a showreel to get my promotions. I also prefer to use some animation. Can someone suggest me an excellent animation studio, but not very expensive? I’m here for 3 months for a tour.

  13. I love your site & have sent numerous friends over for a look-see
    keep up the good work
    thanks a million

  14. Thanks, willie! I’m so glad you like the site.

  15. I can’t tell you how much this means to me to get these free digits. I make cards for OWH and just love making up cards for our troops with these. Thank you ever so much. You make my day when I see these!!

  16. Hi, Marietta. What a great use of the images! Thanks so much for using them for the troops. It warms my heart to know that you’re doing that. 🙂

  17. Hi! I just love your clip art, I will enjoy using some pictures on my blog! The vintage patriotic ones are great! Thank you so much!

  18. You’re welcome, Linda! 🙂

  19. Cathy Kennedy Says:

    I love these graphics! It’s so hard to find free images on the net, so this is such a bonus to stumble upon. I truly appreciate the use of these vintage images.

  20. You’re welcome, Cathy. 🙂

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