Here are 3 original hand drawn / inked artwork.
Most likely the 1920’s 1930’s.
The art is for clothing. Maybe department store related or publication ad related.
Please see the photos.
The art is in fair shape at best. The art is on poster board material.
There is a lot of aging to the front side and the backsides of each drawing.
1 Slender lady with floppy hat and long dress. The board’s measurements are 7.5″ x 12.5″ Uneven cut board with the bottom cropped off at her feet. The ankles and her shoes are not shown on the board. White color was added to the design to highlight. Light aging. Cleaner look than the other two.
1 Art with four ladies shown. This item appears to be the roaring 20’s. The board has damage to the bottom right corner. There is wear on each corner as well as a tear on the top left of the center edge. The art is close to center and it wasn’t damaged by the edge sections. Some aging to the work. The board’s measurements are 13.5″ x 11.5″.
1 Man in his suit. Also pictured the man’s faithful dog. This artwork illustration appears to be for a clothier or store. Name seen behind the man’s head. Ad was for Kuppenheimer Clothing. The board is cut poorly. Angled badly. The board’s measurements are 10″ x 14″ approximately. White was added to this one as well to highlight images. Aging to this one. The bottom of the feet section including the shoe design is missing from the poorly angled cut. Edge and corner wear to the board. The art is wonderful. The item is in borderline fair shape.