This is a Small Selection of our Huge Inventory of
U.S. Mexican War Forts, 1858 - Hand colored lithographed map by Siebert and Kogge, Washington, D.C. depicts "Lines of March" passed over by the Troops of the United States and the Mexican War, showing the United States, Central America and the West Indies. Details a line from New York to Havana to Panama then to San Francisco. Lines include the National Road, marches up the Mississippi River to St. Louis; and much travel, showing the forts, camps and barracks in Texas; Forts include a march from Fort Yuma to Pimas, Tucson and Fort Buchanan near the border.
Condition: Very good with slight folding creases. This map is unusual and rare.
19 x 17-1/2 in. $350
1889 Army Police Action antique print. "Arrest of an Illicit Trader in the Indian Territory." Hand colored
antique Zogbaum print.
16x11 in. $60
1887 Cavalry Horses print. "Afternoon Stables." Union soldiers excercising the horses. Attractive hand colored
original engraving by
Rufus Zogbaum, Harper's.
16x11 in. $60
1887 Cavalry Rider Thrown. Trooper thrown from his horse. Genuine Zogbaum engraving, hand colored, artist signature in the engraving.
From front page Harper's.
11x16 in. $60
1888 Army Clearing the Way. Mounted advance soldiers firing in this large hand colored original Zogbaum wood engraving. Genuine antique.
Large 22x16 in. $100
006army: SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR EDITORIAL CARTOON 1898. Excellent rare color litho cartoon by Victor Gillam in Judge, 1898. Shows a relaxed Uncle Sam on a U.S. warship under a hail of cannonfire, every shot missing its mark.
"Uncle Sam's ships are never
so safe as when under
fire of Spanish guns."
20-1/2" x 14" $80
1882 Winter Life on the Plains. Two hand colored wood engravings on one Harper's page. Supply train in a snowstorm, and Distributing supplies to the Indians.
Genuine antique prints.
11x16 in. $60
1889 Soldier Bearing Gift. "A Present to the Company Commander." Officer is presented with a bear. Hand colored authentic antique wood engraving, front page
Harper's, by the great
artist Rufus Zogbaum.
11x16 in. $60
1876 Fort Sill and Red Cloud Agency. Four hand colored views on one page of
the fort and goods
distribution to Indians.
16x11 in. $60
1889 Court Martial view. "A Court Martial in the Field." Large hand colored original engraving by Zogbaum.
Excellent 1889 antique print.
22x16 in. $100
REVOLUTIONARY WAR ENGRAVING. Antique print engraved by Howard Pyle. This spectacular hand colored engraving was produced by Pyle for Harper's Weekly in 1883. Titled "Evacuation Day One Hundred Years Ago." The Continental Army marching from the old Bowery in New York, November 25, 1783.
Size 22" x 16". $150
1895 Print: George Washington at Valley Forge. This color lithographed
print of Washington at
Valley Forge, circa 1895.
7" x 9" $40
1911 Battle of Princeton - Washington's Charge January 3rd, 1777, American Loss: Gen. Mercer and about 100 Men. British Loss: Kd. & Wd. 200. 300 Prisoners and Cannons Taken. Very vivid color lithograph showing General Washington holding his hat as he leads the charge. Image also shows dead blue and red coats in the snowy field. Copyright by
Louis Kurz, Chicago.
28 x 22 in. $400
1930 PRINT - HITLER AS NEW POWER IN GERMANY. Original cover of the Illustrated London News, September 27, 1930. Shows picture of Hitler with the caption "A New Power in Germany: Herr Adolf Hitler, Leader of the Nazis, or National Socialists." Following paragraph describes the Nazis' startling success
in recent elections.
11" x 16" $80
1899 Wood engraved images shown depicting Marks and Insignia of rank in the Navy of the United States. Featured in Pictorial Battles
of the Civil War.
17 x 12 in. $60
Frederic Remington half-tone titled, "In the Philippines -- A Bayonet Rush of United States Troops." Featured in Harper's Pictorial.
22 x 16 in. $50
Gleason's Pictorial Drawing-Room Companion wood engravings with text showing uniforms of both the United States Navy
and Marine Corps.
22 x 15 in. $60
1895 Hand colored half-tone image featured in Leslie's Weekly showing the Uniforms and Types of our Army and Navy, -- Plate IV, Our Marines.
16 x 11 in. $60
1857 Wood engraving from The Illustrated London News showing Officers and Marines of the United States' Steam-Frigate 'Susquehanna.'" Top of page is cropped close to title of newspaper.
15 x 10-1/4 in. $40
Revolutionary War Uniform Print by Ogden. Handsome color lithograph by H.A. Ogden, showing the uniforms of U.S. light infantry soldiers in 1782. Printed in 1885 as an illustration to a book. There is a very light, almost unnoticeable, diagonal crease in the upper right corner. In the bottom margin, below the title, there is a stamp from a previous owner of the print: an Army squadron in California.
The stamp could be covered by matting and framing.
14x16 in. $100
1871 West Point Army Academy Morning Scene. Hand colored engraving from Harper's Weekly, titled "Morning Roll Call at West Point." Shows a group of cadets standing at attention, while one young man at the end
of the line stifles a yawn.
11x16 in. $50
1887 Zogbaum: West Point Graduation. Large, hand colored engraving by R.F. Zogbaum, from an 1887 issue of Harper's Weekly. Title is "Graduation Day at West Point: The Cavalry Charge." Newly graduated cadets are shown charging on their horses,
with swords drawn.
1908 Ogden US Army Uniform Print. Color lithographed print
by H.A. Ogden,
showing the olive
drab uniforms worn by non-commissioned and signal officers in the U.S. Army at the beginning of the 20th century. Printed in 1908 as
an illustration to a book.
15x17 in. $100
Ogden Civil War Uniform Print: US Grant. Color lithographed print by H.A. Ogden, showing the full dress uniforms worn by Major Generals and their staff in the Union Army during the Civil War. The man shown wearing the Major General's uniform is clearly Ulysses S. Grant. This print was published in 1885 as an illustration to a book.
15x17 in. $100
WW-II U.S. Army Orientation Coursebook. "Know Your Enemies - The Jap Army." Infantry Journal, Inc., 1942. Printed by H. Wolff, New York. Includes photos and military terms. Paperback, 150 pages. $30
1943: Account of the Wartime Commandos. Book entitled "Combined Operations - The Official Story of the Commandos," those hand-picked men from the Royal Navy, The British Army and the Royal Air Force who worked with the U.S. Rangers. Forward by Lord Mountbatten. New York: Macmillan 1943. 155 pages, book and dust jacket in excellent condition. Original owner's signature on flyleaf.
RARE Revolutionary War: British Surrender. Hand colored, engraved scene from the Oct. 22, 1881 issue of Harper's Weekly, titled "The Surrender of Cornwallis. The English general is shown reluctantly approaching the American officers, preparing to hand his sword to them.
16x22 in. $150
Very nice chromolithograph from Kurz & Allison c1890. Battle of Monmouth - June 28th 1778. Revolutionary War print showing the infamous "Molly Pitcher" helping to load the cannon after her husband fell from heat stroke. Mary Ludwig Hays McCauley was given her nickname because she would bring pitchers of cool water from nearby streams or wells
to the thirsty soldiers.
18x12 in. $250
Beautiful hand colored lithograph depicting the Revolutionary War. Title of image is, Captain and Troopers, 1861. Image published in 1891 by G.B. Seal embossed below image reads, The Army and Navy of the United States. 12x18.5 in. $100
Brigadier-General, Aide-de-Camp and Orderlies,1776. Beautiful hand colored lithograph published in 1890 for the Army and Navy of the United States. The seal of the Army and Navy is embossed below the image in the lower margin. 12x18.5 in. $100
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