Maritime Prints
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Model # OTH086
Fort St. George on the Coromandel Coast, Belonging to the East India Company of England. - Maker: Rollos
Beautiful detail of ships in the foreground, classical perspective view of the fort in the background. Very good overall antique condition, 6 x 8.25 inches.
Price: $100.00 Date: 1759
1759Rollos$100.00

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 # NJE079
Moorshedaba, N.J. Steam Yacht - Maker: Woolman & Rose
New Jersey Coast Atlas, Engraving of Corrugated Iron Steam Yacht, approximately 10" x 12", Very good overall antique condition.
Price: $95.00 Date: 1878
1878Woolman & Rose$95.00

Model # NJE185
Cape May, N.J., 2 Pilot Boat Engravings - Maker: Woolman & Rose
New Jersey Coast Atlas black and white engraving of Cape May Point , N.J., Pilot Boat, E.G. Knight, Pilot Boat, Whilldin off Cape May, New Jersey, approximately 10 x 12", very good condition with small tear at top edge repaired with tape.
Price: $135.00 Date: 1878
1878Woolman & Rose$135.00

Model # OTH242
View on Long Island Sound - Maker: M.F.H. de Haas
Uncolored antique print of ships sailing around Long Island Sound, by M.F.H. de Haas, publisher unknown, 1880s. Includes several different types of ships and yachts. Very good condition with a few spots in margin and very light water staining in right margin. Approx. 9 x 12.75 inches to the neatline.
Price: $65.00 Date: 1880s
1880sM.F.H. de Haas$65.00

Model # OTH006HC
A Regatta - Rounding the Light-Ship - Maker: Harper's Weekly
Hand colored antique print of ships sailing in a regatta, drawn by J.O. Davidson, published in Harper's Weekly, 1881. A dramatic moment is depicted when several boats round the lightship where onlookers watch, with several of them listing hard, choppy waves, and some dolphins leading the way in the foreground. Decorative journal title at top. Very good condition with a few spots in margin. Approx. 11 x 9.25 inches to the neatline. Page measures approx. 16 x 11 inches.
Price: $85.00 Date: 1881
1881Harper's Weekly$85.00

Model # OTH241
Yachting at Marblehead - Maker: Harper's Weekly
Hand colored antique print of ships sailing around Marblehead, MA, and the views to be seen from the ships, from Harper's Weekly, 1881. The images are numbered with a key at bottom. Very good condition with a few spots in margin. Hand coloring is recent. Approx. 13.5 x 8.5 inches to the neatline.
Price: $85.00 Date: 1881
1881Harper's Weekly$85.00

Model # OTH182
The New 7300-Ton Cruiser of the United States Navy - Maker: Harper's Weekly
Antique black & white illustration from Harper's Weekly, 1890, showing the U.S. Navy's newest steam-driven cruiser plowing through rough seas. Initialed "F.H.S." Very good overall antique condition, minor toning on margins, measures 9.5 x 13.75 inches.
Price: $45.00 Date: 1890
1890Harper's Weekly$45.00

Model # OTH200
The Day Before the Great Naval Review -- The Fleet Passing Castle William on its Way up the Hudson - Maker: Harper's Weekly
Antique black and white print showing the Naval Review that was part of the 1893 Chicago World's Fair and Columbia Exhibition. At least twenty other countries were invited to participate in the naval review. Many war ships were sent, as well as replicas of Christopher Columbus' ships the Nina, Pinta, and Santa Maria, sent by Spain. There is an interesting story of the whole Naval Review written by Joseph C. Mosier called The Naval Rendezvous of 1893. This print was a four-page spread published in Harper's Weekly on May 6, 1893 and Harper's took the image from a drawing by Victor Perard. This print has been cleaned and restored, some tears have been repaired and the whole print has been backed in tissue. Very good condition. approx. 12.5 x 42 inches to the print edge (not including the title at bottom).
Price: $950.00 Date: 1893
1893Harper's Weekly$950.00

Model # NJE189
Sandy Hook Light-Ship, Sandy Hook, NJ - Maker: Harper's Weekly
Harper's print of the Sandy Hook Light-Ship, 9 1/2 x 12", good condition with a repaired tear in lower right margin, matted.
Price: $50.00 Date: 1895
1895Harper's Weekly$50.00

Model # MIL009DS
EC-2 Liberty Boat Plans - Maker: U.S. Government
Showing Deck, Tweendeck, and Lowerhold. These boats were used to lend or lease; 2710 were made, the most of any design; 441 feet. Very good antique condition, plans measure approximately 18" x 36".
Price: $85.00 Date: 1944
1944U.S. Government$85.00

Model # MAI049
Bangor. - Maker:
Charming antique engraved illustration of the harbor of Bangor, Maine, with extraordinarily fine detail, shows ships and town architectural features. Very good overall antique condition, illustration measures approx. 4.75 x 13.5 inches, with mat, 15 x 23.5 inches.
Price: $125.00 Date: circa 1860
circa 1860$125.00

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Antique Prints > Maritime Prints (21)
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Model # EUR1000
Montains Called Loeffoert *****SOLD***** - Maker: deBruyn
Original colored print of Dutch ships off Iceland's Loeffoert Isle, Very good overall antique condition, matted, 11 x 14.5 inches. *****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1711
1711deBruyn

Model # OTH100
Le Requin.*****SOLD***** - Maker: Travies
Hand colored antique illustration of a beached white shark, with ship in the background, figures in the foreground. Matted, very good condition overall, 5 x 7.75 inches.*****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1840
1840Travies

Model # OTH101
Le Squale Scie.*****SOLD***** - Maker: Travies
Hand colored antique illustration of a sawfish, aground, with figures in the foreground, ocean in the background. Matted, very good condition overall, 5 x 7.75 inches.*****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1840
1840Travies

Model # MAR001
The Rescue, J.O. Davidson *****SOLD***** - Maker:
Black and white engraved antique illustration of a shipwreck in a storm tossed sea. Very good condition, some slight water stains, matted, illustration measures 9 x 13 inches.****SOLD****
Price: Date: 1873-75
1873-75

Model # SPO006HC
Ice Yachts on the Hudson River ***SOLD*** - Maker: The Graphic
**SOLD** Hand colored antique print of men sailing ice yachts on the Hudson River, 1874. Published in The Graphic. Several ships appear to be racing. Very good condition. Hand coloring is recent. Approx. 9 x 11.75 inches to the neatline. For black and white version, see SPO006
Price: Date: 1874
1874The Graphic

Model # NJE080
Barnegat Inlet, N.J., Ships and Boats *****SOLD***** - Maker: Woolman & Rose
New Jersey Coast Atlas, Early steamship and sailboat engraving, approximately 10" x 12", Very Good Condition. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1878
1878Woolman & Rose

Model # GFT103
New York---Ocean Racers Passing Through the Narrows Between Fort Wadsworth and Lafayette.*****SOLD***** - Maker: Harper's Weekly
Framed original antique black and white illustration from Harper's Weekly, circa 1880. Very good condition, overall dimensions including mat and frame as shown, approx. 22.25 x 29.25 inches. Additional cost for shipping framed piece applies.*****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1880
1880Harper's Weekly

Model # MAT029
Life and Character on the Sands at Cape May *****UNAVAILABLE***** - Maker: Harper's Weekly
Drawn by A. B. Frost, very good condition, numerous sketches of bathers and people enjoying the beach, 9"h x 13 3/4"w. **CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE**
Price: Date: 1883
1883Harper's Weekly

Model # OTH048
The Wreck of the Minotaur *****SOLD***** - Maker: Illustrated London News
Black and white engraved antique illustration of The Wreck of the Minotaur, from Illustrated London News, 1883. Shows the sinking ship with survivors in a violently storm tossed sea. Very good overall antique condition, 13.25 x 18 inches. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1883
1883Illustrated London News
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Model # OTH047
The Yachting Season: The Royal Yacht Squadron Regatta.*****SOLD***** - Maker: The World's Penny
Charming antique black and white illustration of the Royal Yacht Squadron Regatta, from the World's Penny, August 14, 1884. Very good overall antique condition, matted,
Price: Date: 1884
1884The World's Penny

Model # OTH050
The Yachting Season: The Royal Yacht Squadron Regatta.*****SOLD***** - Maker: The World's Penny
Black and white antique illustration of the Royal Yacht Squadron Regatta, from The World's Penny, 1884. Very good overall antique condition, matted, 9.75 x 13.5 inches.*****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1884
1884The World's Penny

Model # OTH008
The International Yacht Races - The Puritan fouling the Genesta*****SOLD***** - Maker: Harper's Weekly
Good condition cover with minor brown age spots,14"h x 9"w plus border.*****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1885
1885Harper's Weekly

Model # OTH009
The Trial Yacht Races - To Windward in a Fresh Breeze*****SOLD***** - Maker: Harper's Weekly
Very good overall antique condition, 14" x 9"w plus border.*****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1885
1885Harper's Weekly

Model # OTH177
Racing Sloop Yachts Shortening Sail Before a Squall *****SOLD***** - Maker: Harper's Weekly
Beautifully hand colored antique illustration from Harper's Weekly, 1887, showing three yachts heeled before an approaching squall, with the first boat's sou'wester-clad crew heaving on the sheet and the skipper gripping the wheel. Drawn by J.O. Davidson. Very good overall antique condition, measures 9.25 x 13.5 inches. *****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1887
1887Harper's Weekly

Model # OTH014
The Newport Club-House of the New York Yacht Club*****SOLD***** - Maker: Harper's Weekly
Very good overall antique condition cover, great period scene with crowds at dock, 14" x 9"w plus border, drawn by Schell and Hogan.*****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1889
1889Harper's Weekly

Model # OTH183
The United States Cruiser "Philadelphia". ***SOLD*** - Maker: Harper's Weekly
Antique black & white cover illustration from Harper's Weekly, December 13, 1890, showing the U.S. Navy cruiser "Philadelphia" from a dramatic head-on perspective, by F. Cresson Schell. Very good condition, worn margins with lower left corner missing, measures 11.5 x 9.25 inches.
Price: Date: 1890
1890Harper's Weekly

Model # OTH058
Schiffstypen.II: Handelsschiffe.*****SOLD***** - Maker: Brockhaus
Series of 8 beautifully detailed black and white illustrations of schooner, yacht, bark, brigg, cutter, and other ship types, published by Brockhaus, 1898. Very good overall antique condition, approx. 9 x 11 inches.*****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1898
1898Brockhaus

Model # OTH059
Schiffstypen.II: Kriegsschiffe.*****SOLD***** - Maker: Brockhaus
Series of 12 beautifully detailed black and white illustrations of examples of 12 warship types, published by Brockhaus, 1898. Very good overall antique condition, approx. 9 x 11 inches.*****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1898
1898Brockhaus

Model # OTH057
Dampschiff. II.*****SOLD***** - Maker: Brockhaus
Detailed black and white antique structural drawings of the "Deutschland", showing 3 views, section cut, and 2 plans of upper deck and top deck. With numbered key. Very good overall antique condition, 9 x 11 inches.*****SOLD*****
Price: Date: 1901
1901Brockhaus

Model # MAS1768
Cape Cod Canal Toll Sheet *****SOLD***** - Maker: Boston, Cape Cod, & New York Canal Company
Antique toll sheet for the Cape Cod Canal listing the toll amounts for various types of ships that would use the canal. This is an original from 1915, when the Canal was first opened and when it was owned by the Boston, Cape Cod, & New York Canal Company. It was privately funded and owned when it was first constructed, however it proved to be less lucrative than expected because its narrow width and a few accidents gave it a bad reputation. In 1918 a German U-boat surfaced three miles off Orleans and shelled the tug Perth Amboy and her string of four barges. The Director General of the United States Railroad Administration took over jurisdiction and operation of the canal four days later under a presidential proclamation. The United States Army Corps of Engineers re-dredged the channel to 25 feet (7.62 m) deep while it remained under government control until 1920. In 1928, the government purchased the canal for use as a free public waterway. This 1915 toll sheet is a unique piece of Cape Cod history. Very good condition with slight browning at edges. Approx. 17 x 8.5 inches to the paper edges. **SOLD**
Price: Date: 1915
1915Boston, Cape Cod, & New York Canal Company

Model # MAS1769
Provincetown, Truro, Wellfleet, Eastham Recognition Profiles *****SOLD***** - Maker: US Coast Survey
Antique hand colored print showing recognition profiles of parts of Cape Cod. Published by the US Coast Survey circa 1870. The views are Cape Cod from the Northward, Highland Light bearing S.E.&S. distant 8 miles, Highland Light, bearing West, distant 2.5 Miles, and Nauset Beacons bearing West, distant 3 Miles. These types of land profiles would have been used by sailors to help orient themselves while at sea by looking at the features on land. Very good condition. Recent coloring. Printed on very light-weight paper. Toned overall. Approx. 11.5 x 14 inches to the paper edges. **SOLD**
Price: Date: c. 1870
c. 1870US Coast Survey

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