This download contains 80 Adobe Acrobat PDF files, from which you can make about 100 different authentically-styled 1920s/'30s vintage props for role-playing games. Each PDF contains the prop(s) plus complete instructions for printing and finishing. Many can be customized using Adobe Acrobat form fields. It's an incredible value and tons of fun.The prop software in the HPLHS Collection is protected by copyright and remains the exclusive property of HPLHS Inc. The HPLHS Prop Documents are for entertainment purposes only. They are intended for personal use in role-playing games, and users are free to customize and print copies for such purposes. Any commercial or illegal use of the digital files or the props you can make with them is entirely prohibited.
The PDFs are copyrighted by HPLHS Inc. and licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 4.0 International License. To view a copy of this license, click this link.
|1937 US passport||1920s British passport||International visas|
|Cult ID card||NY driver license||London driver license|
|Chicago driver license||Press passes||Prohibition whiskey prescription|
|NRA membership card||Union membership card||Arkham newspaper|
|Burial permit||Ast'd. Miskatonic diplomas||Miskatonic course book|
|Miskatonic student ID||Matchbooks from Arkham/Innsmouth
||Pulp magazine covers|
|Arkham bank checkbook||Arkham bank paperwork||Life insurance policy|
|Train ticket||Steamship ticket||Bus ticket|
|Airplane ticket||Zeppelin ticket||Arkham streetcar transfers|
|Luggage tags||Telegrams||Mass. hunting license|
|Asylum paperwork||Russian secret police ID card||Arkham police paperwork|
|Stock certificates||US Military ID cards||US Military paperwork|
Professional film and theatre propmasters interested in the collection should write us for more information.
PLEASE NOTE: the prop documents are provided as Acrobat PDFs, and are intended to be modified only within Acrobat using form fields. Due to the large number of third-party proprietary fonts and embedded images in the documents themselves, and the innumerable permutations of system software, design applications, etc., attempting to open the documents outside of Acrobat leads to unexpected and usually deleterious results. Many of the props have customizable form fields built in, but some of the props are not intended for modification. The prop newspaper clipping, for example, cannot be edited using form fields. The PDFs are password-protected and cannot be opened in Photoshop, Illustrator, or any program other than Adobe Acrobat.