The 'past tense apostrophe' in contrast to the 'possessive apostrophe'. … there might be as many as half a dozen cases where Adair's used a past tense apostrophe (e.g. "vanish'd") (Toon)
I can’t wait until she’s all deck’d out in her poodle skirt to go to the 50's party.
(from a comment on realgrammar)
As when that statue first with classic grace The clement Caesar's palace deck’d, …
(Fables in song)
As to its being out of fashion today, see the FUN TRIVIA comment of mine above.
And of course,
among the exceptions that brought ’d back into fashion.
subpoena'd (subpoenaed), ski'd (skied), echo'd (echoed). -Curtis