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Citrus Prints, Pair
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Citrus Prints, Pair
$95.00
Pair of color offset citrus prints from an early-20th-century food encyclopedia. Shown are grapefruit and a variety of oranges including Florida, Tangerine, and Navel. Each print, 7"L x 10"H. Includes a certificate with additional information, and copy of the accompanying text pages describing the citrus varieties shown on the prints.
 
Cake Decorating Prints, Pair
VINTAGE
$99.00
Pair of original cake decorating prints from an 1891 German reference book for the "chef, innkeeper, as well as for every housewife" on fanciful techniques for baking cakes and pastries. Shown are ideas for subjects to use when decorating baked goods. Prints produced using chromolithography. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
S/2 Cigar Box Prints, C.1900
VINTAGE
$109.00
Pair of original cigar box labels from the early 1900s featuring embossed color lithography. At this time cigar manufacturers used colorful graphic designs on their cigar boxes to get the attention of the purchaser at the tobacconist shop or newsstand. Prints are for the "Lyra" and "Engagement" brand of cigars. Displayed in a conservation mats that fit standard-size frames. Images, 7.5"L x 5.5"H; overall, 14"L x 11"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
Maryland Centennial Expo, 1876
VINTAGE
$99.00
Original lithograph from an 1876 portfolio for the International Centennial Exhibition held in Philadelphia's Fairmount Park. Shown is the Maryland pavilion. The international nature of the expo, which attracted over 10 million visitors, is shown by the titles in English, French, Spanish, and German. Displayed in a standard-size conservation mat. Image: 9"L x 6"H; overall, 16"L x 12"H. Includes an informational certificate, accompanying text page, and map of the expo layout.
 
French Fashions from the 18th Century
VINTAGE
$99.00
Original chromolithograph print of French fashions for women and men in the 18th century. From an 1888 folio by the 19th-century French fashion historian Henri Racine. Displayed in a conservation mat that fits a standard frame size. Image: 7"L x 8"H; overall: 11"L x 14"H. Includes a certificate with additional information, and a copy of the legend that identifies the fashions on the print.
 
Kingfisher and Woodpeckers, 1915
VINTAGE
$99.00
Original color offset print of the Kingfisher, Wryneck and a variety of Woodpeckers. Based on a painting by Archibald Thorburn (1860-1935), one of the most respected ornithological artists in England in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Includes certificate with additional information and a copy of the accompanying text pages.
 
Portuguese Jewelry and Peasant Fashions
VINTAGE
$99.00
Original chromolithograph print of Portuguese jewelry, pendants, peasant fashions and shoes. From an 1888 folio by the 19th-century French fashion historian Henri Racine. Displayed in a conservation mat that fits a standard frame size. Image: 7"L x 8"H; overall: 11"L x 14"H. Includes a certificate with additional information, and a copy of the legend that identifies the fashions on the print.
 
Japanese Transport & Fashions, Pair
VINTAGE
$95.00
Pair of original 1888 chromolithographs showing Japanese methods of transportation, and fashions of ladies of high society and clothing worn by maidservants and street hawkers. From a work by the 19th-century French fashion historian Henri Racinet. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
South African Gladiolus, 1922
VINTAGE
$95.00
Original hand-colored lithograph from a 1920s folio of the plants of South Africa. Shown is the "Parrot Gladiolus (Gladiolus psittacinus)" found in the Cape Province. Conservation matted to fit a standard frame size. Image, 6"L x 9.5"H. Includes a certificate with additional information, and original page of accompanying text.
 
Chateau of Saint Germain, 1822
VINTAGE
$99.00
Original steel engraving featuring the Château of Saint Germain, a royal palace in Saint-Germain-en-Laye, a town 19 km west of Paris. From an 1820s folio of scenery of Paris and surrounding areas. Conservation matted to fit a standard frame size. Image, 9.5"L x 6.5"H; overall, 16"L x 12"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and original page of text.
 
Chilean Costume Print, 1941
VINTAGE
$105.00
Color lithograph from a folio of the costumes of people native to pre-Columbian and post-conquest South America. Print shows a style of poncho worn by the "arrieros," rough country carriers in the Valparaiso region of Chile. Based on an illustration by the French painter and decorator Edouard Halouze. Conservation matted to fit a standard frame size. Image, 8.5"L x 12"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
Scene in Northern Canada, C. 1860
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$119.00
Original color engraving from a mid-1800s guide to "mammals and birds around the world." Shown is a scene from northern Canada including the raccoon, beaver, wild turkeys, elk, and passenger pigeon. Conservation matted in beige. Image, 10"L x 8.5H. Includes a certificate with additional information. Minor age wear in margins.
 
Chinese Tradesmen, Pair
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Chinese Tradesmen, Pair
$119.00
Pair of hand-colored engravings from an 1824 English guide to Chinese costumes, arts, and commerce. Depicted are Chinese tradesmen including a Tinker, a merchant selling Sugar Hares for the Moon feast and a Wine Truck. Displayed in beige conservation mats. Each image, 5.5"L x 3.5"H; overall, 12"L x 9"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and copy of accompanying text pages. Age wear to paper.
 
Belgium Fruit Print - Peach, 1882
VINTAGE
$89.00
Original chromolithograph print by Pieter de Pannemaeker, a noted 19th-century Belgium artist and lithographer. Shown is the "Nectarine Peach (Peche Lisse Nectarine)." Print appeared in an issue of "L'Illustration Horticole," a Belgian horticultural periodical of the late 1800s. Includes a certificate with additional information and original accompanying text page.
 
Dwelling for Four Thousand Dollars, 1889
VINTAGE
$115.00
Original chromolithograph print from an April 1889 special edition of Scientific American magazine published for architects and builders. Shown is an exterior view and floor plans for "a dwelling for four thousand dollars." Includes a certificate with additional information. Minor age toning to paper.
 
Carp & Barbel Fish Print, 1843
VINTAGE
$89.00
Original hand-colored engraving featuring the common Carp and Barbel. Published in England in the 1840s. Engraving by the Scottish painter and engraver William Lizars (1788-1859). Conservation matted to fit a standard frame size. Image, 6"L x 4"H; overall, 14"L x 11"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
Art Deco Cadillac Ads, Pair
VINTAGE
$105.00
Pair of Art Deco-inspired Cadillac advertisements from 1931. Ads are noteworthy for the rich coloring, including the use gold and silver metallic inks. The V8-12-16 ad is based on an illustration by the artist and lithographer Leon Benigni (1892-1948). Each ad, 10"L x 13"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
Sioux Indian Cradles
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Sioux Indian Cradles
$95.00
Original lithograph from a 1920s folio based on George Catlin's North American Indian paintings. Catlin traveled among the Great Plains Indians during the summers of 1832 to 1837 recording their costumes and culture on canvas. Shown are cradles used by the Sioux tribe. Conservation matted to fit a standard frame size. Image, 5.5"L x 7.5"H; overall, 12"L x 16"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
Venetian Architectural Details
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$95.00
Original color offset print of architectural details of Venice including the Scuoia di San Marco (a residence originally built in 1260), and the Palazzo Ducale (Doge's Palace). From a 1925 folio of architectural styles of ancient and modern times. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
National Flags of the Americas, 1936
VINTAGE
$95.00
Set of six original color offset cigarette cards distributed by Player's Cigarettes in England in 1936 featuring national flags and coats of arms. Shown are Brazil. the USA, Chile, Argentina, Canada and Cuba. Conservation matted to fit a standard-size frame. Cards, 1.25"L x 2.5"H. Includes a certificate with the history of the cigarette card, and copy of the text on the back of each card.
 
English Manor Home Print, 1880
VINTAGE
$119.00
Original color wood engraving of Burton Constable Hall from a late 1800s folio of English castles and manor homes. Burton Constable is a large Elizabethan country home located near Yorkshire. Based on an illustration by Alexander Lydon (1836-1917), an English watercolorist. Displayed in a conservation mat. Image, 8.5"L x 7"H; overall, 16"L x 14"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and original accompanying text pages.
 
Verona, Architectural Details
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$89.00
Original color offset print of Italian architectural details in Verona and Udine, including those found in the Palazzo degli Scaligeri, San Fermo Maggiore and Palazzo Comunale. From a 1925 folio of architectural styles of ancient and modern times. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
Poltimores, an English Manor Home
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$115.00
Hand-colored aquatint from an 1830s folio of the manor homes (or country seats) of the "Royal Family, Nobility and Gentry of England." This print shows Poltimores near the village of Devon, seat of Sir George Warwick Bamfylde, an English barrister. Displayed in a conservation mat to fit a standard-size frame. Image: 8"L x 5"H; overall: 14"L x 11"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and copy of accompanying text page.
 
United States Navy Uniforms, 1905-1913
VINTAGE
$115.00
Original color offset print from a 1960s folio on the history of US naval uniforms from the late-1700s through mid-1900s. Based on illustrations by the military artist Charles McBarron. Shown are uniforms for the period 1905-1913 including Lt. Commander, Navy Nurse, Petty Officer and Aviator. Provided with a certificate with additional information, and a copy of accompanying text page.
 
Greek & Egyptian Architecture, Pair
VINTAGE
$109.00
Pair of color lithograph prints from 1903 with examples of Greek and Egyptian architecture. Shown are the Parthenon (Greek) and the Temple of Karnak (Egyptian). Each print, 9.5"L x 6"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
German Poultry Prints, Pair
VINTAGE
$99.00
Pair of original chromolithograph prints from a 1908 German guide to poultry. Shown are the Silver Thuringer Bearded Chickens and Cuckoo-silver Mechlin. Each print measures 7"L x 5"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
French Beetle Print, 1849
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French Beetle Print, 1849
$109.00
Original hand colored lithograph of beetles from a French natural history series published in the late 1840s. Shown are the Violin Beetle and a variety of Ground Beetles. Conservation matted to fit a standard frame size. Image, 5.5"L x 9"H; overall, 12"L x 16"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
French Coat of Arms, Pair
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French Coat of Arms, Pair
$89.00
Pair of lithographs from a 1940s guide to the coat of arms for towns in France, specifically the "preféctures" of each departement (or region). A préfecture is a town serving as an administrative office for the region, e.g. where one would go to get a driver's license. Shown are the coat of arms for Alpes-Maritimes (capital Nice) and Gironde (capital Bourdeaux). Each print, 7"L x 5"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and accompanying text that describes the heraldry.
 
1870s Boston Landscapes, S/2
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$99.00
Pair of original woodblock engravings from a 1870s folio of American scenery. Shown are two Boston landscapes including "Boston Scenes" and "Boston from Mount Bowdoin." Each print, 8"L x 11"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
Design for a Long Island Residence, 1890
VINTAGE
$115.00
Original chromolithograph print from an 1890 special edition of Scientific American magazine published for architects and builders. Shown is a design for a Long Island residence, including an architectural view of the exterior, and plans for the first and second floors. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
Pecans, Walnuts and other Nuts, Pair
VINTAGE
$99.00
Pair of color nut prints from an early 1900s grocer's encyclopedia. Shown are a variety of nuts including pecans, walnuts, almonds and pignoli (pine). Each print: 7"L x 10"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and copy of accompanying text pages about the nut family.
 
British Duck Egg Prints, Pair
VINTAGE
$119.00
Pair of original 1890s chromolithograph prints of Duck eggs from the last work of the British ornithologist Henry Seebohm (1832-1895). Ducks shown on the prints include Merganser, Teal, Sheldrake and Plover. Each print, 6"L x 9.5"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and copy of the accompanying text page.
 
Swedish Ceremonial Costumes Print, 1888
VINTAGE
$95.00
Original chromolithograph of fashions worn in Sweden, Iceland, and Lapland, Shown are designs for winter clothing, and ceremonial costumes worn by young women. From an 1880s work by the 19th-century French fashion historian Henri Racinet. Conservation matted to fit a standard frame size. Image, 6.5"L x 8"H; overall, 11"L x 14"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and copy of accompanying narrative.
 
Black-Maned Lion
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Black-Maned Lion
$99.00
Original hand-colored print from the 1830s of a "Black Maned Lion" from an engraving by William Lizars (1788-1859), Scottish painter and engraver. Conservation matted to fit a standard frame size. Image, 6.5"L x 4"H; overall, 14"L x 11"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
Two Pickles and a Cold Chicken
VINTAGE
$109.00
This unique color print is from a 1960s folio based on a series by Jean Grandville (1803-1847), the French caricaturist. The series, originally done in the 1830s, was titled "You are what you eat" and featured patrons at a restaurant depicted as the food they are eating. This print is titled "Two pickles and a cold chicken". Displayed in a conservation mat ready for framing. Image: 7.5"L x 7.5"H; overall: 16"L x 14"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
American Redstart & Kentucky Warbler
VINTAGE
$109.00
Pair of 1890s chromolithographs from a guide to the birds of North America. Based on drawings by John James Audubon (1785-1851). Shown are the American Redstart (male and female), and a variety of warblers (males), including the Kentucky Warbler. Each print: 5"L x 8.5"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
English Pumpkin Print, 1920s
VINTAGE
$119.00
Original 1920s color print of a Pumpkin (or Mammoth Gourd) from an English vegetable growers reference. Displayed in a conservation mat ready for framing Image, 9.5"L x 7"H; overall, 16"L x 14"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
Thrushes and Buntings in Winter, Pair
VINTAGE
$119.00
Pair of original color engravings from an 1870s guide to smaller British birds. Shown are a variety of Thrushes and Buntings in a winter setting. Each print: 6"L x 9"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
19th-C. Belgium Cherry Print
VINTAGE
$109.00
Original chromolithograph Cherry print by Pieter de Pannemaeker, a noted 19th-century Belgian artist and lithographer. Shown is the Bigarreau variety of cherries. Print appeared in an issue of L'Illustration Horticole, a Belgian horticultural periodical of the late 1800s. Includes a certificate with additional information and original accompanying text page.
 
Hopi and Navajo Indian Blankets, 1902
VINTAGE
$99.00
Original color lithograph of Indian Blankets from an early 1900s American encyclopedia. Shown are blankets from the Hopi tribe (Arizona) and Navajo and Zuni tribes (New Mexico). Displayed in a conservation mat that fits a standard frame size. Image, 5.5"L x 9"H; overall, 12"L x 16"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
City of Worcester, mid 1800s
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$95.00
Original engraving with added hand coloring from the mid-1800s of the City of Worcester. Based on a painting by the British landscape artist George Fennell Robson (1794-1867). Worcester is located on the River Severn in the West Midlands region of central England. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
Wood Lark and Nest by Henrik Gronvold
VINTAGE
$89.00
Original chromolithograph of a Wood Lark and Nest based on an illustration by Henrik Gronvold (1858-1940), Danish naturalist and illustrator. Grönvold was one of the last natural history illustrators to publish lithographs. Includes a certificate with additional information and copy of accompanying text page.
 
Astronomy Print, 1886
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Astronomy Print, 1886
$99.00
Original lithograph print of comets from an 1880s English astronomy atlas. Print shows images of Comets that appeared during the 1800s based on drawings made through telescopes. Also includes a map of the "Orbit of Halley's Comet." Includes a certificate with additional information. Minor vertical fold in middle of the print.
 
Addams New Yorker Halloween Covers, S/2
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$89.00
Pair of original Halloween New Yorker magazine covers based on illustrations by the American artist and cartoonist Charles Addams (1912-1988). Cover dates include October 31, 1988 and October 30, 1989. Addams' darkly humorous and macabre artistic style was featured on both the covers and cartoons in the magazine. Each cover, 8"L x 11"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
Thanksgiving at The New Yorker, S/2
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$89.00
Pair of original Thanksgiving-themed New Yorker magazine covers from the 1940s. Based on illustrations by Perry Barlow (1892-1977) and Garrett Price (1897-1979). Barlow and Price were frequent contributors to The New Yorker during its early years of publication, including covers and cartoons featured in the magazine. Each cover, 8"L x 11.5"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
American Southwest Landscapes, S/2
VINTAGE
$99.00
Pair of original engravings from a 1870s folio of American landscape scenery. Shown are two views of the Southwest - Echo Canyon (in Colorado) and Terres Mauvaises (or Badlands in Utah). Each print, 11"L x 9"H. Includes a certificate with additional information. Minor age toning to paper.
 
The Dahlia by Jean Grandville, 1860s
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$119.00
Original hand colored gravure print from an early edition of "Les Fleurs Animees (The Animated Flowers)", the final work of Jean Grandville (1803-1847), a French caricaturist. Shown is the Dahlia. Each print in this surreal series portrays a woman in the guise of a flower. Includes a certificate with additional information and copy of the accompanying text page.
 
19th-C. Hand Colored Insect Print
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$109.00
Original hand colored lithograph from a mid-1800s English natural history folio about the animal kingdom. The print shows different insects including the Chameleon Fly, Camel Cricket, Juno Moth, Hercules Beetle and Hornet Wasp. Includes a certificate with additional information, and copy of the legend that identifies all of the insects shown on the print.
 
Kansas & Colorado Centennial Expo, 1876
VINTAGE
$99.00
Original lithograph from an 1876 portfolio for the International Centennial Exhibition held in Philadelphia's Fairmount Park. Shown is the Kansas and Colorado pavilion. The international nature of the expo, which attracted over 10 million visitors, is shown by the titles in English, French, Spanish, and German. Displayed in a standard-size conservation mat. Image: 9"L x 6"H; overall, 16"L x 12"H. Includes an informational certificate, accompanying text page, and map of the expo layout.
 
French Pelican and Duck Print, 1849
VINTAGE
$119.00
Original hand colored lithograph bird print from an 1840s French natural history folio. Shown are the Dalmatian Pelican and Mandarin Duck. Based on a drawing by Edouard Travies (1809-1876), French watercolorist and illustrator. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
French Art Deco Fashions, 1929
VINTAGE
$85.00
Original lithograph fashion print from the Parisian journal Art-Gout-Beaute (Art-Good Taste-Beauty) from February 1929. Shown are a variety of fashions by some of the best known Art Deco designers including John Redfern, Lucien Lelong and Jeanne Regny. The designs include what the lady of fashion would wear on the slopes! Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
Native American Pottery Prints, Pair
VINTAGE
$115.00
Pair of 1890s chromolithographs showing artifacts uncovered during an archaeological expedition to Sikyatki, a Hopi village on a mesa in northern Arizona. Prints illustrate medicine boxes, pigment pots, and vases. Each print: 7"L x 10"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
Mississippi and Ohio River Views, Pair
VINTAGE
$145.00
Pair of original steel engravings with views of cities along the Mississippi (St. Louis) and Ohio (Louisville) Rivers. From an 1870s folio of American landscapes. Based on drawings by the Ohio-born artist A. C. Warren. Each print: 10"L x 8"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
16th-C. French Wrought Iron Gates
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$119.00
Original lithograph from a 1920s folio of French architecture. Based on sketches by the American artist Samuel Chamberlain (1895-1975), made during his tour of duty in France during World War I. This print shows architectural details of 16th century wrought iron gates and locks. Displayed in a conservation mat that fits a standard-size frame. Image: 8"L x 11"H; overall: 14"L x 18"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
1870s View of Boston Harbor
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$119.00
Original engraving of Boston Harbor (with the city in the distance) from an 1870s folio of American landscapes. Based on an illustration by the American artist John Douglas Woodward (1846-1924). Displayed in a conservation mat ready for framing. Image: 11"L x 8"H; overall: 16"L x 13"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
Rock Garden Tulip, 1930
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Rock Garden Tulip, 1930
$109.00
Original color print of a Rock Garden (or Wild) Tulip from a 1930s folio on varieties of tulips found in British Gardens. Based on an illustration by Elsie Dykes whose husband William, Secretary of the Royal Horticultural Society for several years, authored the accompanying text. Includes a certificate with additional information and copy of the accompanying text page.
 
The Late Crocus, 1886
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The Late Crocus, 1886
$119.00
Original 1880s hand colored lithograph based on an illustration by the English botanist and artist George Maw (1839-1912) from his folio the Monograph of the Genus Crocus. Shown is the Late Crocus (Crocus serotinus), a plant native to the Iberian peninsula and North Africa. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
Ecuadorian Costume Print, 1941
VINTAGE
$115.00
Color lithograph from a folio of the costumes of people native to pre-Columbian and post-conquest South America. Print shows female fashions native to the Otavalo region of Ecuador. Based on an illustration by the French painter and decorator Edouard Halouze. Conservation matted to fit a standard frame size. Image, 8.5"L x 12"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
Fortune Cover - NYC Skyline, 1939
VINTAGE
$119.00
Original Fortune magazine cover from July 1939 of New York City from midtown Manhattan north through Central Park. The cover photograph captures the changing city skyline with the construction of skyscrapers during the 1930s. Printed on heavy card stock using a gravure process. Includes a certificate with additional information, and copy of the issue table of contents.
 
Architecture of Normandy and Brittany
VINTAGE
$119.00
Pair of lithographs from a 1920s folio of French architecture. Based on sketches by the American artist Samuel Chamberlain (1895-1975), made during his tour of duty in France during World War I. The sketches show architectural details for "thatched cottages in Normandy" and "architectural fragments from the outskirts of Brittany" Chamberlain saw during his travels. Each print, 9"L x 12"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
English Tennis Greats, S/6
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English Tennis Greats, S/6
$99.00
Set of six original tennis collector cards distributed by Player's Cigarettes in England in 1936. Cards portray leading players of the day engaged in a variety of tennis strokes. Displayed in a conservation mat to fit a standard-size frame. Cards: 1.25"L x 2.5"H; overall: 11"L x 14"H. Includes a certificate with the history of the cigarette card and copy of the text on the reverse side of each card.
 
French Mushroom Prints, Pair
VINTAGE
$109.00
Pair of original lithograph prints from an early 1900s French "atlas" of mushrooms. Shown are full and sectional views of Amanita mushrooms and Psalliota (a family of edible and poisonous mushrooms). Each print: 6"L x 9"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
Japanese Flower Arranging Prints, Pair
VINTAGE
$119.00
Pair of lithographs from a 1930s guide to Japanese flower arranging (known as Ikebana, literally "flowers kept alive"). The flowers in the arrangements include plum and variegated cabbage, and plum, pine, bamboo and club moss. Each print: 5"L x 8"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
French Men's Fashions from the 19th-C.
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$99.00
Original print from a 1920s folio of the history of French masculine fashions. Shown are designs for men's Stockings and Footwear popular during the French Second Empire (the regime of Napoleon III, 1852-1870). Produced through the pochoir process, a method of hand coloring prints using stencils popular during the early 1900s. Includes a certificate with additional information; the legend at the bottom of the print identifies all fashions shown.
 
Insignia of the American Armed Forces
VINTAGE
$105.00
Original lithographic print of the insignia of the United States armed forces. From a "war edition" of an atlas published in 1945. Shown are the insignias of the Army, Navy, and Marines. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
View of Rouen, 1822
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View of Rouen, 1822
$109.00
Original engraving featuring a view of Rouen from Mount Saint Catherine. Rouen is a port city on the river Seine and capital of the region of Normandy. From an 1820s folio of the scenery of Paris and surrounding areas. Conservation matted to fit a standard frame size. Image: 9.5"L x 6.5"H; overall: 16"L x 12"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and original page of accompanying text.
 
German Apple Prints, Pair
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German Apple Prints, Pair
$109.00
Pair of chromolithograph prints from a 1920s guide to varieties of apples grown in Germany. The varieties shown are the Weisser Klarapfel (White Transparent) and Canada-Renette. Each print: 10"L x 7"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
19th-C. British Butterfly Prints, Pair
VINTAGE
$99.00
Pair of hand-colored engravings from a 1890s folio of butterflies native to the British Isles. Shown are the Silver-studded Blue and Pearl-bordered Fritillary. Each print measures 6"L x 9"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and original accompanying text pages.
 
Women of Shakespeare, Pair
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Women of Shakespeare, Pair
$119.00
Pair of hand-colored engravings from an 1860s folio of the women featured in Shakespearean plays. The name of the play, act, and scene portrayed on the print is identified. Shown are Jessica and Portia, both from the Merchant of Venice. Each print measures 6"L x 9"H. Includes a certificate with additional information. Minor age toning to paper.
 
Victorian Flower Stand, 1860
VINTAGE
$89.00
Original lithograph for the design of a flower stand from an 1860 folio by the American architect Samuel Sloan (1815-1884). The folio showed a variety of building and garden styles based on existing American designs at the time it was published. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
Fortune Magazine, 1930
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Fortune Magazine, 1930
$109.00
Original Fortune magazine cover from October 1930. Features an apple orchard theme by Walter Buehr (1897-1971), an American author and illustrator. 1930 was the first year of publication for Fortune. Printed using a gravure process on heavy paper stock. Includes a certificate with additional information and a copy of the issue table of contents.
 
North American Wildflowers, Pair
VINTAGE
$119.00
Pair of 1894 color lithographs from a folio of wildflowers of North America. Shown are the Monkey Flower and Arizona Wyethia. Displayed in a conservation mat to fit a standard-size frame. Image: 4.5"L x 7.5"H; overall: 11"H x 14"L. Includes a certificate with additional information and copy of accompanying text page.
 
American Apples, Pair
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American Apples, Pair
$119.00
Pair of chromolithograph apple prints from reports published by the U.S. Department of Agriculture in the early 1900s. The varieties of fruit shown include the Bloomfield and Eastman apples. Each print, 5.5"L x 9"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
American Birds with Fall Foilage, Pair
VINTAGE
$109.00
Pair of color prints from an early 1900s folio of North American birds published by New York state. Based on illustrations by the American ornithologist and painter Louis Fuertes (1874-1927). Shown are Warblers, Thrush, Green Heron and Bittern. Each print: 8"L x 11"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
1917 Peach Prints, Pair
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1917 Peach Prints, Pair
$109.00
Pair of early-1900s color prints of the Peaches of New York. The prints were part of a series of monographs published by the state agricultural service to promote an understanding of the fruit grown in the state. Shown are the Illinois and Late Crawford variety of peaches. Each print: 9"L x 12"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
Italian Mushroom Print, 1888
VINTAGE
$89.00
Original hand-colored lithograph of mushrooms from a late-1800s Italian botanical atlas published in Milan. Varieties of mushrooms shown include Boletus, Hedgehog Mushroom (Hydaum) and Elfin Saddles (Helvella). Includes a certificate with additional information and original page of accompanying text. Age wear.
 
French Vegetable Prints, Pair
VINTAGE
$109.00
Pair of vintage lithograph vegetable prints from a 1940s French seed catalogue. Shown are a variety of Carrots and Leeks. Each print: 6"L x 9"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
Leaves of Autumn, S/2
VINTAGE
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Leaves of Autumn, S/2
$99.00
Pair of lithographs from an early-1900s guide to the forests of New York. The leaves, shown in their autumnal colors, include the elm, red spruce, ash, aspen, oak, balsam fir, birch, and willow. Each print: 11"L x 8"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
Walrus and Seal Print, 1880
VINTAGE
$99.00
Hand colored engraving from an 1880s French natural history folio. Shown are a Walrus, Seal and Sea Lion. Based on an illustration by the French artist Edouard Traviès (1809-1865). Working primarily in watercolors, Traviès was among the earliest artists to place his subjects in a natural setting. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
Rabbits Chromolithograph, Late 1800s
VINTAGE
$95.00
Original chromolithograph print from a late-1800s German encyclopedia showing a variety of rabbits, both adults and young rabbits. Includes a certificate with additional information. Minor vertical fold in print.
 
Strawberry Print, 1886
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Strawberry Print, 1886
$99.00
Original chromolithograph from a guide to the flora of Germany, Switzerland, and Austria. Shown is the Wild Strawberry (Fragaria vesca). Based on an illustration by the botanical artist Walter Muller. Conservation matted to fit a standard frame size. Image: 5.5"L x 8.5"H; overall: 11"L x 14"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
French Satirical Print, 1854
VINTAGE
$115.00
Original hand-colored lithograph based on illustrations by the French caricaturist Jean Grandville (1803-1847). In this series, Grandville portrays animals in the guise of people in a variety of settings commenting on social, political and cultural issues of the day. Print is titled "Each takes his pleasure as he finds it." Conservation matted to fit a standard-size frame. Image, 9.5"L x 6"H; overall, 16"L x 12"H. Includes a certificate with additional information, and original text pages.
 
Geese Collector Cards, 1937, S/4
VINTAGE
$99.00
Set of four original Geese collector cards distributed by Player's Cigarettes in England in 1937. The Geese shown include Barnacle, Bean, Brent and Canadian. Matted in beige to fit a standard-size frame. Cards, 3"L x 2.25"H; overall, 11"H x 14"L. Includes a certificate with the history of the cigarette card, and copy of the text on the reverse side of each card.
 
African Artists, 1888
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African Artists, 1888
$115.00
Original chromolithograph print of African artists, including silversmiths and ceramic fabrication. The artisans are at work in a gourbi, a tent or small dwelling in North Africa, especially Algeria. From a work by the 19th-century French fashion historian Henri Racinet. Includes a certificate with additional information, and accompanying legend. Minor fold in middle of print.
 
Railroading in the Northwest, Pair
VINTAGE
$99.00
Pair of tinted lithographs from 1914 featuring "The Olympian," a passenger train operated by the Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul Railroad. The train traveled from Chicago to Seattle from 1911 to 1947. Prints are from a souvenir folio sold on board the train. Views show "The Olympian" traveling through the Cascade Mountains in Washington. Each measures 8.5"L x 6.5"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and route map for the train.
 
Scottish Waterfalls, Pair
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Scottish Waterfalls, Pair
$119.00
Pair of original color engravings from an 1880s folio of Scottish water scenery. The waterfalls shown are the Corra Linn and the Falls of Garravalt. Each print, 5.5"L x 8.5"H. Includes a certificate with additional information, and original page of accompanying text.
 
19th-C. British Butterfly Prints, S/3
VINTAGE
$105.00
Set of 3 original chromolithograph prints from an 1898 guide to British butterflies. The varieties shown include the Mexican Yellow, Tailed Sulphur, Ideopsis and Foxy Emperor. Each print measures 5"L x 7.5"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
19th-C. French Garden Architecture
VINTAGE
$119.00
Original chromolithograph from the first edition of Victor Petit's guide to the layout of parks and gardens in and around Paris. Published in 1861, this print shows the design for a Belvedere (Italian for beautiful view) and a Kiosk, two elevated structures to provide a fine view of the garden. Petit (1818-1871) was known for his architecture and architectural history illustrations. Includes a certificate with background information about the print.
 
Fortune Magazine Cover, July 1931
VINTAGE
$89.00
Original July 1931 "Fortune" cover based on an illustration by the American artist Ernest Hamlin Baker (1889-1975). Printed using a gravure process on heavy card stock. Includes a certificate with additional information and a copy of the issue table of contents.
 
Fortune Magazine Cover, August 1931
VINTAGE
$89.00
Original August 1931 "Fortune" cover based on an illustration by the American artist Edwin Giorgi (1896-1964). Printed using a gravure process on heavy card stock. Includes a certificate with additional information and a copy of the issue table of contents.
 
White Anthurium, 1896
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White Anthurium, 1896
$99.00
Original chromolithograph of a White Anthurium (Anthurium album) by Pieter de Pannemaeker, a noted 19th-century Belgian artist and lithographer. This plant is native to Columbia and Ecuador. Print appeared in an issue of L'Illustration Horticole, a Belgian horticultural periodical of the late 1800s. Includes a certificate with additional information and original accompanying text page.
 
19th-C. Native American Indian Pottery
VINTAGE
$99.00
Original 1890s chromolithograph showing artifacts uncovered during an archaeological expedition to Awatobi, a Hopi pueblo on a mesa in Arizona. Shown on the print are paint pots, bowls and a dipper. Displayed in a conservation mat that fits a standard frame size. Image: 6.5"L x 9.5"H; overall: 12"L x 16"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
19th-C. Duck Egg Print
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19th-C. Duck Egg Print
$99.00
Original 1890s chromolithograph print of Duck eggs from the last work of the British ornithologist Henry Seebohm (1832-1895). Ducks shown include the Harlequin, Long-tailed, Velvet Scoter and others. Displayed in a conservation mat that fits a standard frame size. Image: 6"L x 9.5"H; overall: 12"L x 16"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and copy of the accompanying text pages.
 
German Lumberjacks, 1920
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German Lumberjacks, 1920
$115.00
Color lithograph from a 1920 folio of fanciful and real-life children's toys based on illustrations by the Prague-born German artist Walter Trier (1890-1951). Print shows Lumberjacks at work in the forest and a "shy deer who is hidden behind three trees". Displayed in a conservation mat that fits a standard frame size. Image: 5.5"L x 8.5"H; overall: 12"H x 16"H. Includes a certificate with additional information, and original page of accompanying text.
 
19th-C. Spanish Bullfighting Print
VINTAGE
$109.00
Original 1888 chromolithograph of Spanish bullfighters including ancient and modern toreador costumes. From a work by the 19th-century French fashion historian Henri Racinet. Displayed in a conservation mat to fit a standard-size frame. Image: 8"L x 6.5"H; overall: 11"L x 14"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
19th-C. Bat Print
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19th-C. Bat Print
$105.00
Original hand colored lithograph from a mid-1800s English natural history folio about the animal kingdom. The Bats shown on the print include Macklott's Rousette, Red-footed Bat and Common Vampire Bat. Provided with a certificate with additional information, and copy of the legend that identifies all of the Bats shown on the print.
 
Shakespeare Parsley Print
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Shakespeare Parsley Print