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Model # OTH171
View of part of the Park, and of the Palace of the States General, Brussels. - Maker: Colburn
Exquisitely detailed antique black and white illustration of the Palace of the States General, Brussels, Belgium, with figures in foreground. Published by Coburn, 1828. Matted with a brown mat. Very good overall antique condition with some very mild toning of the paper. Image measures approximately 4" x 6.5" to the neatline (does not include caption,) Matted to measure 8" x 10" overall.
Price: $25.00 Date: 1828
1828Colburn$25.00

Model # OTH209
Deaf and Dumb Asylum, Hartford - Maker: The Family Magazine
Antique uncolored print of the Deaf and Dumb Asylum in Hartford, Connecticut. From the Family Magazine, published in either 1839 or 1843 (there is some ambiguity as to which date is correct). Good antique condition with toning, text from reverse side visible. Print measures approximately 4.75 x 5.5 inches to the border line, sheet measures 10.5 x 6.5 inches.
Price: $45.00 Date: 1839/1843
1839/1843The Family Magazine$45.00

Model # OTH210
Ruins of the old fort Conanicut, Rhode Island - Maker: The Family Magazine
Antique uncolored print of the ruins of an old fort on Conanicut Island, Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island. From the Family Magazine, published in either 1839 or 1843 (there is some ambiguity as to which date is correct). Very good antique condition with light toning, text from reverse side visible. Print measures approximately 3.75 x 5.5 inches to the border line, sheet measures 10.5 x 6.5 inches.
Price: $45.00 Date: 1839/1843
1839/1843The Family Magazine$45.00

Model # OTH211
Smithville Seminary, North Scituate, Rhode Island - Maker: The Family Magazine
Antique uncolored print of the Smithville Seminary in North Scituate, Rhode Island. This building was later renamed the Lapham Institute, it is now an apartment building called the Scituate Commons, and is on the National Register of Historic Places. This page is from the Family Magazine, published in either 1839 or 1843 (there is some ambiguity as to which date is correct). Good antique condition with toning, text from reverse side visible. Print measures approximately 2.75 x 4.75 inches to the border line, sheet measures 10.5 x 6.5 inches.
Price: $30.00 Date: 1839/1843
1839/1843The Family Magazine$30.00

Model # OTH212
Buffalo Postoffice - Maker: The Family Magazine
Antique uncolored print of the Buffalo Post Office in Buffalo, New York. From the Family Magazine, published in either 1839 or 1843 (there is some ambiguity as to which date is correct). Good antique condition with toning, a few light brown spots on left side, text from reverse side visible. Print measures approximately 4 x 3 inches to the border line, sheet measures 10.5 x 6.5 inches.
Price: $30.00 Date: 1839/1843
1839/1843The Family Magazine$30.00

Model # OTH219
View of Suffolk Bank, State Street, Boston - Maker: The Family Magazine
Antique uncolored print showing the Suffolk Bank on State Street in Boston, Massachusetts. This building is in pictures as late as the 1890s, but may not exist any longer. From the Family Magazine, published in either 1839 or 1843 (there is some ambiguity as to which date is correct). Very good antique condition with light toning. Text from reverse side visible. Sheet measures 6.5 x 10.5 inches.
Price: $50.00 Date: 1839/1843
1839/1843The Family Magazine$50.00

Model # OTH220
Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston - Maker: The Family Magazine
Antique uncolored print showing the original building of the Massachusetts General Hospital, commonly known as Mass General or MGH, in Boston, Massachusetts. This building is still standing and part of the Mass General campus, now the Plastic Surgery Laboratory. From the Family Magazine, published in either 1839 or 1843 (there is some ambiguity as to which date is correct). Very good antique condition with light toning. Text from reverse side visible. Image measures approx. 4 x 5.5 inches to border lines, sheet measures 6.5 x 10.5 inches.
Price: $125.00 Date: 1839/1843
1839/1843The Family Magazine$125.00

Model # OTH222
Seamen's Chapel, Honolulu, Sandwich Islands (Hawaii) - Maker: The Family Magazine
Antique uncolored print showing the Seamen's Chapel that was on Bethel St in Honolulu, Hawaii. It was one of the tallest buildings and visible from sea as ships approached the city. Unfortunately the chapel was destroyed in a fire in 1886. The text on the right side and verso discuss the Chapel. From the Family Magazine, published in either 1839 or 1843 (there is some ambiguity as to which date is correct). Very good antique condition with light toning. Text from reverse side visible. Sheet measures 6.5 x 10.5 inches.
Price: $110.00 Date: 1839/1843
1839/1843The Family Magazine$110.00

Model # OTH223
Geneva Medical College (SUNY) - Maker: The Family Magazine
Antique uncolored print showing the Geneva Medical College. It is famous for being one of several places where Elizabeth Blackwell studied medicine and became the first woman in the United States to receive a medical degree. Her acceptance was a near-accident. The dean and faculty, usually responsible for evaluating an applicant for matriculation, were not able to make a decision due to the special nature of Blackwell's case. They put the issue up to vote by the 150 male students of the class with the stipulation that if one student objected, Blackwell would be turned away. The young men voted unanimously to accept her. After changing hands several times, this building was last purchased by the State University of New York (SUNY) and is currently known as SUNY Upstate Medical University. From the Family Magazine, published in either 1839 or 1843 (there is some ambiguity as to which date is correct). Very good antique condition with light toning. Text from reverse side visible. Sheet measures 6.5 x 10.5 inches.
Price: $50.00 Date: 1839/1843
1839/1843The Family Magazine$50.00

Model # NYO641
Illustrations of the Croton Aqueduct, by F. B. Tower, of the Engineer Department, Title Page - Maker: Tower/Wiley & Putnam
Antique uncolored title page of the book by the same name, published by Wiley and Putnam in 1843. Features a scene with people enjoying a fountain, presumably in Manhattan, New York City, or the Bronx, where the aqueduct was designed to bring water. Good to very good condition with some minor surface soiling and a tight margin on the left side where the page was bound into the book. Sheet measures approx. 12.75 x 9.5 inches.
Price: $150.00 Date: 1843
1843Tower/Wiley & Putnam$150.00

Model # NYO642
View above the Croton Dam - Maker: Tower/Wiley & Putnam
Antique uncolored print from the book Illustrations of the Croton Aqueduct, by F. B. Tower, of the Engineer Department, published by Wiley and Putnam in 1843. Features a scene with people enjoying the Croton Dam, which connects to the Croton aqueduct to bring water to parts of Manhattan and the Bronx. Very good condition. Sheet measures approx. 9.5 x 12.75 inches.
Price: $150.00 Date: 1843
1843Tower/Wiley & Putnam$150.00

Model # NYO643
Aqueduct Bridge at Sing Sing - Maker: Tower/Wiley & Putnam
Antique uncolored print from the book Illustrations of the Croton Aqueduct, by F. B. Tower, of the Engineer Department, published by Wiley and Putnam in 1843. Features a scene with an aqueduct bridge that was part of the Croton aqueduct to bring water to parts of Manhattan and the Bronx. this is the Sing Sing Kill Bridge, which was built to carry the Old Croton Aqueduct over the Sing Sing Kill, a small stream that, over time, had eroded enough earth to form a deep gorge, in the Village of Sing Sing, part of the Town of Ossining located eight miles from the Old Croton Dam. Very good condition. Sheet measures approx. 9.5 x 12.75 inches.
Price: $150.00 Date: 1843
1843Tower/Wiley & Putnam$150.00

Model # NYO644
View Below the Croton Dam - Maker: Tower/Wiley & Putnam
Antique uncolored print from the book Illustrations of the Croton Aqueduct, by F. B. Tower, of the Engineer Department, published by Wiley and Putnam in 1843. Features a scene with people enjoying the Croton Dam, which connects to the Croton aqueduct to bring water to parts of Manhattan and the Bronx. Very good condition with some minor light foxing. Sheet measures approx. 9.5 x 12.75 inches.
Price: $150.00 Date: 1843
1843Tower/Wiley & Putnam$150.00

Model # NYO645
Croton Aqueduct at Harlem River - Maker: Tower/Wiley & Putnam
Antique uncolored print from the book Illustrations of the Croton Aqueduct, by F. B. Tower, of the Engineer Department, published by Wiley and Putnam in 1843. Features a scene with people enjoying the area of New York City near the Harlem River and the Croton Aqueduct, which connects to the Croton dam to bring water to parts of Manhattan and the Bronx. Good to very good condition with some minor light surface soiling near paper edges. Sheet measures approx. 8.5 x 12.75 inches.
Price: $150.00 Date: 1843
1843Tower/Wiley & Putnam$150.00

Model # NYO646
Aqueduct Bridge for Road Way - Maker: Tower/Wiley & Putnam
Antique uncolored print from the book Illustrations of the Croton Aqueduct, by F. B. Tower, of the Engineer Department, published by Wiley and Putnam in 1843. Features a scene with travelers walking a carriage road that passes under an aqueduct bridge, which connects to the Croton aqueduct to bring water to parts of Manhattan and the Bronx. Very good condition with tight margin at bottom where page was attached to binding. Sheet measures approx. 9 x 12.75 inches.
Price: $150.00 Date: 1843
1843Tower/Wiley & Putnam$150.00

Model # NYO647
Croton Aqueduct at Jewells Brook - Maker: Tower/Wiley & Putnam
Antique uncolored print from the book Illustrations of the Croton Aqueduct, by F. B. Tower, of the Engineer Department, published by Wiley and Putnam in 1843. Features a scene with people and a dog near the aqueduct at Jewells Brook, which connects to the Croton dam to bring water to parts of Manhattan and the Bronx. Very good condition with some minor light foxing and toning at top and right edges, and slightly narrow margin at bottom. Sheet measures approx. 9 x 12.75 inches.
Price: $150.00 Date: 1843
1843Tower/Wiley & Putnam$150.00

Model # NYO674
Battenkill Knitting Mill- Union-Village Washington Co., NY - Maker: Stone & Stewart
Antique uncolored illustration of a knitting mill in Union Village, Battenkill, New York. Published in the "New Topographical Atlas of Washington County, New York," by Stone and Stewart, 1866. Good overall antique condition with mild toning and some areas of noticeable foxing. Image with caption measures approximately 9.25" x 9".
Price: $50.00 Date: 1866
1866Stone & Stewart$50.00

Model # NYO681
Two Residences in Washington County, NY - Maker: Stone & Stewart
Antique illustration of two residences- The residence of J.H. Balch (former residence of J. Lee, Esq.) in Cambridge, New York, and the residence of Zephaniah. Eddy, Easton, NY. Published in the "New Topographical Atlas of Washington County, New York," by Stone and Stewart, 1866. Good overall antique condition with mild toning and some areas of noticeable foxing. Both images together, with captions, measure approximately 11.75" x 7".
Price: $50.00 Date: 1866
1866Stone & Stewart$50.00

Model # NYO690
Two Buildings in Union Village, Greenwich (NY) - Maker: Stone & Stewart
Antique illustration of two buildings- The residence of R.A. Lamb, Esq., Union-Village, Washington Co., NY, and the site of Eddy, Reynolds & Co., Manufacturers of Agricultural Implements, Union-Village, Washington Co., NY. Published in the "New Topographical Atlas of Washington County, New York," by Stone and Stewart, 1866. Good overall antique condition with mild toning and some areas of noticeable foxing. Both images together, with captions, measure approximately 11.75" x 7.25".
Price: $50.00 Date: 1866
1866Stone & Stewart$50.00

Model # MWE044
Wesleyan Female College, Cincinnati, Ohio - Maker: Harper's Weekly
Matted antique uncolored engraved illustration of the Ohio Wesleyan Female College in Cincinnati, Ohio, which later merged with Ohio Wesleyan University. Published in Harper's Weekly Magazine, 1869. Good to very good overall antique condition with very mild toning and one spot of noticeable foxing near the caption. Matted with a light tan mat with black core. Image measures approximately 4.75" x 7" to the neatline. Matted to measure approx. 8.75" x 11" overall.
Price: $25.00 Date: 1869
1869Harper's Weekly$25.00

Model # MAT201
Public Buildings in Washington - Maker: Picturesque America
Antique uncolored print of buildings in Washington DC, from Picturesque America, 1872. The buildings pictured are the Treasury Department, the Whitehouse front view, the Smithsonian Institute, the City Hall, the Whitehouse rear view, the Capitol, and a view from Agricultural Grounds. Very good condition with some toning. Approx. 6.5 x 9 inches to the edge of the printed area, and approx. 9.25 x 12.5 inches to paper edges.
Price: $75.00 Date: 1872
1872Picturesque America$75.00

Model # OTH053HC
Fort Ticonderoga (Lake Champlain) - Maker: Picturesque America
Antique engraved illustration of Fort Ticonderoga in northern New York, from William Cullen Bryant's classic 1872 work, "Picturesque America" with recent hand coloring. Illustration is in very good condition with some toning and roughing of the surrounding paper. Printed image measures approximately 3.25" x 9.25", including caption.
Price: $50.00 Date: 1872
1872Picturesque America$50.00

Model # OTH203
Parliament Square, Ottawa, Ont. - Maker: Belden
Antique black and white print showing Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, by Belden, 1881. From the Illustrated Atlas of the Dominion of Canada. Shows the Parliament Building and eastern and western Departmental Buildings, which feature neo-gothic architecture, and charming horse-drawn carriages passing in front of the fence. Good to very good condition with a tear that has been repaired with archival tape. Toned overall. Approx. 13 x 25.75 inches to the neatline. Priced as-is.
Price: $125.00 Date: 1881
1881Belden$125.00

Model # MWE310
Court-House (Omaha, Nebraska) - Maker: Thayer
Matted antique detailed illustration showing the Court House in Omaha, Nebraska. By Thayer, 1888. Very good condition with mild toning of the antique paper. Matted to measure approximately 9.75" x 9.5".
Price: $30.00 Date: 1888
1888Thayer$30.00

Model # WES022
Butte, Montana Courthouse - Maker: Thayer
Matted antique uncolored engraved illustration of the courthouse in Butte, Montana, Published by Thayer, 1888. Very good overall antique condition with some very mild toning of the paper. Matted with a light brown/dark tan mat. Print measures approximately 3.25" x 4.25" to the neatline (not including caption,) Matted to measure approx. 8.75" x 9.5" in total.
Price: $30.00 Date: 1888
1888Thayer$30.00

Model # WES032
The Tacoma Hotel, Tacoma, Washington - Maker: Thayer
Matted antique uncolored engraved illustratioin of the Tacoma Hotel in Tacoma, Washington, published by Thayer, 1888. Very good overall antique condition with some very mild toning of the paper. Matted with a light brown/dark tan mat. Illustration measures approximately 3" x 4.5" to the neatline (not including the caption,) Matted to measure approx. 8.25" x 9.75" overall.
Price: $30.00 Date: 1888
1888Thayer$30.00

Model # WES033
Union Depot - Maker: Thayer
Small view of Union Depot in Denver, Colorado by Thayer; 2 3/4" x 4 1/2" (h x w), 8 1/4" x 10" with mat
Price: $30.00 Date: 1888
1888Thayer$30.00

Model # NYO654
New York- A Suggestion for the Improvement of the Hudson River Water-Front. - Maker: Harper's Weekly
Uncolored antique print of part of New York City, Manhattan, showing suggested changes to improve the water front on the Hudson River. Drawn by H.M. Petitt from the Architect's Plans, and published in Harper's Weekly in 1899. The plan shows a grand and almost European walkway that features statues, gardens, gazebos, fountains, arches, and more, for the strolling pleasure of the leisure classes. Sadly this plan was never executed. Very good condition with center fold as issued, staple marks in center visible from being stapled into the magazine, and lower left corner folded by a half-inch. Approx. 12 x 19 inches to the neatline.
Price: $85.00 Date: 1899
1899Harper's Weekly$85.00

Model # OTH280
Veiie et perspective de l'Entrée du Chateau de Choisy, sur le bord de la Seyne a deux lieiies de Paris Il appartient a Mademoiselle de Montpensier - Maker: Unknown
Antique hand colored view of the Chateau de Choisy, a historic royal French residence near Paris, with caption in French. Published in 1750 by an unknown maker. Vibrant color. Visible plate mark. Fair to Good overall antique condition, with heavy toning of the antique paper, as well as some mild roughing of the outer edges. Printed area (including caption) measures approximately 8.5" x 12.25".
Price: $150.00 Date: c. 1750
c. 1750Unknown$150.00

Model # COL078
Yale College & State House, New Haven, Connecticut - Maker: Bibliographic Institution of Philadelphia
Antique hand colored steel cut engraving of a view of Yale College buildings, the "Green", and the State House in New Haven, CT. Re-engraved by the Bibliographic Institution of Philadelphia, c. 1850. Original engraving by Davis, 1834. Print measures approximately 4.75" x 6.75" and is matted to approx. 9" x 12". Good condition with some mild foxing of the antique paper.
Price: $65.00 Date: c. 1850
c. 1850Bibliographic Institution of Philadelphia$65.00

Model # OTH259
St. Pauls, Broadway, N.Y. - Maker: Tallis
Antique hand colored print of St. Paul's Chapel on Broadway in New York City, NY, by Tallis, c. 1850. This is the oldest surviving church in Manhattan, built in 1766. Print is bordered by decorative vignettes including the "Tumults occasioned by the Stamp Act," and "Seizure of the Liberty Sloop at Boxton, 1768." Very good overall antique condition with some mild wrinkling, toning, and minor staining of the paper. Printed area measures approximately 8.25" x 6.75".
Price: $55.00 Date: c. 1850
c. 1850Tallis$55.00

The following 6 items have been sold

Antique Prints > Architectural Prints (6)
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Model # COL077
Western view of the Theological Seminary at Andover ***SOLD*** - Maker: Barber
Antique hand colored wood cut engraving of the Andover Theological Seminary (Newton, MA.) By John Barber, Historical Collections, Gazetteer of Massachusetts, 1839. Print measures approximately 2.5" x 4" and is matted to approx. 6" x 8". Very good condition with some very mild foxing of the antique paper. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1839
1839Barber

Model # NYO648
Croton Aqueduct at Hastings *****SOLD***** - Maker: Tower/Wiley & Putnam
Antique uncolored print from the book Illustrations of the Croton Aqueduct, by F. B. Tower, of the Engineer Department, published by Wiley and Putnam in 1843. Features a scene with the aqueduct bridge at Hastings, which connects to the Croton dam to bring water to parts of Manhattan and the Bronx. Very good condition. Sheet measures approx. 9.25 x 12.75 inches. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1843
1843Tower/Wiley & Putnam

Model # TOW391
The Quays of Paris---No. II. ***SOLD*** - Maker: The Illustrated London News
Two richly detailed antique illustrations of the Quays of Paris, from The London Illustrated News, May 2, 1863. With major points of interest noted, including Sainte Chapelle, the Palace of Justice, Place Dauphine, St. Severin, and more. Very good condition, 13 x 20.5 inches. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1863
1863The Illustrated London News

Model # TOW383
Troy, N.Y. ***SOLD*** - Maker: Charles Magnus
Antique uncolored print of Troy, New York, by Charles Magnus, c. 1850. Shows a bird's eye view as seen from atop a hilly area overlooking the city. Very good condition with a few light spots and light toning at paper edges. Printed image is approx. 5 x 7.75 inches and sheet size is approx. 10.75 x 8.25 inches. **SOLD**
Price: Date: c. 1850
c. 1850Charles Magnus

Model # TOW384
Syracuse, N.Y. ***SOLD*** - Maker: Capewell & Kimmel
Antique uncolored print of Syracuse, New York, by Capewell & Kimmel, c. 1850. Shows a bird's eye view as seen from atop a hilly area overlooking the city with people and horses in the foreground. Very good condition with some wrinkling in bottom margin, and light toning at paper edges. Printed image is approx. 4.5 x 7.25 inches and sheet size is approx. 9.75 x 8 inches. ***SOLD***
Price: Date: c. 1850
c. 1850Capewell & Kimmel

Model # COM031
Outlines and Comparative Sizes of Remarkable Edifices in Both Hemispheres *****SOLD***** - Maker: Tunison
Antique colored comparative print showing the heights of famous buildings and monuments of the world at this time. The Eiffel Tower is not on this print because it was not constructed at this time. Buildings that are shown include the Pyramid of Cheops, the colosseum, many churches and catedrals, the leaning tower of Pisa, the Washington Monument, and more. From Tunison's Peerless Universal Atlas of the World, c. 1885. Very good condition with minor light soiling. Approx. 10 x 12.5 inches to the border edge. **SOLD**
Price: Date: c. 1885
c. 1885Tunison

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