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This is a small selection of our inventory of Antique Bicycles, Bikes, Velocipedes and Trikes prints for sale. Additional inventory is available. Contact us with your request. 1-800-879-6277 


1897 Harper's Weekly hand colored wood engraving titled, "Early Morning in Washington, D.C." Drawn by W.A. Rogers.
15-1/2 x 10-1/2 in. $50

1916 Collier's advertisement for Indian bicycles, manufactured by Hendee Manufacturing Co. Two models of the Indian bicycle are shown. Ad is on bottom left
side of newspaper page.
15 x 10-1/2 in. $30

1919 Advertisement for Dayton Bicycles which was featured in The Companion. "A Dayton Means Fun and Money, Too!"
16 x 11 in. $40

1899 Harper's Weekly hand colored half-tone with article about The Bicycle of 1899. Image by W.A. Rogers captioned, "A Tour Awheel."
15-1/2 x 10-1/2 in. $40

1898 Color advertisement for Brook's Monkey Brand Soap showing a monkey on top of a bicycle holding a frying pan and sign that reads, "Won't Wash Clothes."
16 x 11 in. $80
Black & White: $50

1884 Victor Tricycle advertisement. Overman Wheel Co.
16 x 11 in. $50

1880 Bicycle Race Scenes. Two hand-colored engravings from Harper's Weekly, titled "The Bicycle in America." Top scene is titled "Twenty-Five Mile Race at the American Institute, New York." Bottom is titled "The Germantown Bicycle Club Starting
 Out for a Race."
11x16 in. $80

Hand-colored Half-tone of Jack Ashore-A Cruise Upon Wheels. The Graphic dated May 9, 1891.
 Drawn by W. Rainey.
11x16 in. $80

Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper from April, 1883 titled, "Sights and Sounds of Spring." Beautifully hand colored wood engraving with several scenes. On scene on the left shows a young man riding a
high-wheel bicycle.
16 x 11 in. $50

Harper's Weekly from August 30, 1884 with an article on bicycles as well as a wood engraving. They both tell the story of the famous cyclist, Mr. Thomas Stevens, who left San Francisco with the intention of bicycling around the world. When this article was written he had already ridden his 1883 Pope Columbia Expert bicycle from San Francisco to Boston, some 3700 miles. He was on his way to New York City to make arrangements to get to Europe to continue his trip. He did continue on being the first person to circle the
globe on a bicycle.
16x11 in. $30

1881Harper's Weekly hand colored wood engraving titled, "A Race on the Ice - Bicycles V. Skates" Beautiful engraving showing riders on two high wheel bicycles racing against people on ice-skates.
16x11 in. $40

1887 Picture of a man and woman bicycling down Ripley Road in England. Beautifully hand colored wood engraving titled,"Cycling in England-Down the Ripley Road," drawn by Joseph Pennell from Harper's Weekly. Shows scene of a man and woman bicycling down Ripley Road in England.
11 x 16 in. $80

1897 Elegant hand colored, full page wood engravings from Leslie's Weekly. The title at the bottom of the page is, "The World Awheel-Cyclists Resting at a L.A.W. Wayside Inn." Scene shows bicyclists resting at a L.A.W. Wayside Inn
22 x 16 in. $120


1886 Wheeling On Riverside Drive - Drawn By T. De Thulstrup. Hand colored wood engraving published in Harper's Weekly on July 17, 1886.
16x22 in. $150


A.B. Frost "What Happened?" A niceley illustrated wood cut engraving dated 1897.
 Shows a confused bicycle enthusiast who clearly needs more lessons. Hand colored Harper's Weekly cover.
16 x 11 in. $80


Puck Magazine illustrating how far the bicycle craze has reached, all the way to the Clergy. Dated 1895. Color lithograph.
13 x 9 1/2 in. $40


1896 Harper's Weekly "Who Wins" Amateur Sport article about the League of American Wheelmen includes images (top right) of a bicycle built for six, and 3 racers crossing the finish line.
11x16 in. $40


1896 RARE Black and white Will Bradley bicycle ad from the Overman Wheel Company which was featured in The Cosmopolitan Magazine. Front of ad shows a woman standing next to her bicycle with the words, "Victor" and "Victoria" lengthwise around her.  Fine condition.
9-1/2 x 6-1/2 in. $60


1890 Advertisement for The '96 Victor Bicycle which features the advertised bicycle hanging from a tall tree as someone tries pulling it down.
16 x 11 in. $100


1902 Hand colored half-tone titled, "Gullem At the Advice
of His Physician Takes Out-Of-Door Exercise." Scene shows Gullum in the center of two women as they all ride bicycles down the street. The Eiffel Tower can be seen off in the
distance on the far right.
17-1/2 x 11-1/2 in. $90


1910 Hand colored half-tone titled, "Is Bicycling Bad for the Heart?" Scene shows a distraught young woman sitting on a wooden fence with her gentleman standing next to her as her bicycle leans against
the fence nearby.
17 x 11 in. $90


1896 Hand colored half-tone advertisements featured in Referee showing the Newport bicycle on top and the Elgin King
bicycle on bottom.
13 x 9-1/2 in. $50


1897 Hand colored half-tones featured in Harper's Weekly showing an advertisement for an Imperial bicycle on top left and a group of men and women with their bicycles with the brand name
of Sager Saddles.
15-1/2 x 10-1/2 in. $80

1869 Hand colored wood engravings featured in Harper's Weekly titled, "Scene In A Velocipede Riding-School,
New York City."
11 x 8-1/2  in. $60
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1898 Political Puck chromolithograph, "National Expenses Can't Keep Up With National Revenue."
14 x 10-1/2 in. $60

1896 Half-tone advertisements featured in Harper's Weekly showing the Crescent Bicycle,
 Palmer Tires, and
Eclipse Bicycles.
15-1/2 x 10-1/2 in. $50

1904 Half-tone advertisement featured in Scribner's Magazine Advertiser showing Bicycle Innovations from Pope Manufacturing Company. Half-tone image is of a young girl and her mother riding their two-speed gear bike with New Coaster Brakes.
9-1/2 x 7 in. $50


1896 Original cover with folded bicycle map by Bailey & Kibling's. Map is titled, "Bicycle and Tourist Map of Chautauqua County, N.Y. Copyright April 14, 1896 by C.B. Bailey and F.G. Kibling. Small box on left reads, "The Jamestown Engraving Company Cuts for Electro Photo Engravers." Fold creases
 still visible with small light
 brown spots near
cover attachment.
21-1/2 x 19 in. $200

Two figures showing the details and side view of a German Motor Cycle using Benzine. 1896 Scientific American. Half-tone print.
11 x 16 in. $60

1897 Scientific American Supplement. Introducing new types of propelling machinery:
A New Chainless Bicycle, Pretot Motor Omnibus, Pretot Motor Victoria. Wood engraving.
10 1/2 x 15 1/2 in. $30

Perkins' Velocipede. 1880 Scientific American Supplement. Wood engraving.

4 1/2 x 5 in. $30

A nice busy hand colored half tone showing "The Progress of  the Wheel." from The Illustrated London News, 1903.
11 x 16 in. $80

A review of the Cyclist Corps. Published by The Illustrated London News in 1888. A nice hand colored wood engraving with numbered identifiers on the bottom.
11 x 16 in. $80

"A Night Scene on the Boulevard - New York's Great Bicycle Thoroughfare." Hand colored halftone from Harper's Weekly 1897.
7 x 11 in. $50

A hand colored halftone engraving titled "Treaking": The Boys of the Clayesmore School Out for a Holiday." Published by The Graphic in 1897..
7 3/4 x 9 7/8 in. Image Size $60

1895 Half-tone advertisements featured in Harper's Weekly showing ads for the $100 Rambler Bicycle, Sager bicycle seats, the Spalding Bicycle, Sterling Cycle Works,
and other  bicycles of that era.
15-1/2 x 10-1/2 in. $50

1892 Antique hand colored half-tones featured in Frank Leslie's Weekly titled, "The Great Bicycle Run From Chicago to New York --
 Its Start and Finish."
16 x 11 in. $60

1888 Puck color lithograph showing men and women on bicycles showing a way to keep the public from being annoyed. "Anything
To Satisfy Them!"
13-1/2 x 10 in. $70

1883 Harper's Weekly hand colored wood engraving showing the Third Annual Meet of the League of American Wheelmen -- The Parade on Riverside Drive. Drawn
by C.D. Weldon.
16 x 11 in. $80

1895 Harper's Weekly hand colored half-tone advertisement for Rambler Bicycles. Image by L. Braunnold.
15-1/2 x 10-1/2 in. $80

1895 Harper's Weekly hand colored half-tone image showing New York's Latest Fad -- The Michaux Cycle Club. Drawn by T. De Thulstrup.
15-1/2 x 11 in. $60

1899 Leslie's Weekly hand colored half-tone titled, "A Strange Midwinter Scene off Sandusky, Ohio." Scene shows The Steamer "American Eagle" cutting through the ice on Lake Erie while horse-speeders, bicyclers, skaters, and ice-boatmen enjoy themselves on the icy highway.
16 x 11 in. $80

1881 Currier & Ives/Thomas Worth Blackville hand colored lithograph titled, "Creating A Sensation. The Bully Boy On a Bicycle."
16 x 12 in. $600

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