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Musical Instruments Engravings Set

A collection of engraving-style illustrations of musical instruments restored from old 19th-century books and catalogs.

This set contains over 88 drawings of various musical instruments and supplies including grand pianos, upright pianos, square pianos, organs, accordions, concertina, guitars, guitar cases, mandolin, portuguese guitarra, spanish bandurria, banjorine, banjos, banjo cases, harps, violins, viola, cello, violin cases, saxophones (alto, tenor, baritone), cornet, cornopean, bass horn, french horn, natural horn, trombones, trumpet, bass tuba, oboe, clarinets, flageolet, flutes, piccolo, tin whistle, pan flute, bagpipes, harmonicas, drums (kettle, bass, snare), tambourine, castanets, triangle, jaw harps, ocarina, roller organs, music box, zither, autoharp, metronome, tuning forks, music stands etc.

These illustrations will be perfect for wide variety of projects, for example, logos and branding, fabric and apparel design, patterns, packaging, stationery etc. It’s also very suitable for decoupage and scrapbooking.


  • 88 elements
  • highly detailed
  • all vector - fully scalable
  • AI & PNG (transparent)


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