Game of Bocce Ball. Bowling by Italian Franciscan friars in Rome.
Uncolored antique woodcut print and text. 11x16 in. $40
Lawn bowling print. English gentlemen enthusiastically playing "A Game
at Bowls." Hand colored antique woodcut engraving. 10x16 in. $80
Bowling Alley Scene. Nicely hand colored engraving from the August 28,
1869 issue of Harper's Weekly. Title is "A Ten-Strike." 11x16 in. $80
Short, By Ginger! Hand colored half-tone showing contestants aiming for
the post in a game of ring toss.
15 x 9-1/2 in. $40
Bowling View. Scene of a young woman in Victorian dress, bowling with
her friends. Hand colored antique engraving from the March 19, 1892
issue of Harper's Weekly. Title is, "At the Bowling Club Rolling for a
Ten Strike." 11x16 in. $50
Bowling Tips. Article from an 1893 issue of Harper's Weekly,
illustrated with engraved images of a man bowling. Title of the article
is "Form in Bowling."
11x16 in. $30
Bavarian Bowling Scene. Engraved black and white print from the April
27, 1878 issue of Harper's Weekly. Title is "Bavarian Peasant Sports -
Kegelbahn in the Highlands." Kegelbahn is a German version of American
ten-pin bowling. 16x22 in. Handcolored: $70
Black & White: $50
Advertisement for Bowling Equipment. Colorful full-page ad for
Brunswick Bowlers Accessories, from the Dec. 1940 issue of Esquire
Magazine. 10x14 in. $40
Advertisement for Gabanero Sports Shirts. Colorful full-page ad from
the Saturday Evening Post, featuring a group of young men enjoying
themselves at a bowling alley. 10x14 in. $30
Bocce Ball. Hand colored halftone print from Harper's Weekly, showing a
group of men playing bocce ball on the waterfront. Title is "An Italian
Summer Resort on the Bay A Game of Bocce."
11x16 in. $60
Bowling As A Fashionable Ladies' Amusement: The Deciding Shot - From A
Sketch By A Staff Artist. (Hyde) Hand colored wood engraving titled,
"Bowling As A Fashionable Ladies' Amusement: The Deciding Shot"
depicting two women bowling while others watch. Published in Frank
Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper on December 9, 1882. (There are 3
C.1910 Color lithograph advertising
the business practices of R.A. Lasley Inc. compared to a skillful game
of early Dutch bowling called bowls.
13-1/2 x 11 in. $25