is a Small Selection of our Huge Inventory of Antique
1878 Views of Rio de Janeiro City and Harbor. Antique wood engraved print shows two images: the entrance to the city's harbor and a view of the city from across the harbor. Published in an 1878 issue of Harper's Weekly.
11x16 in. $60
1852 Coffee Plantation Scene. Old wood engraving shows workers on a Brazilian plantation. Title is, "A Brazilian Coffee Plantation and its Belongings." Published in an 1852 issue of Gleason's Pictorial. 11x16 in. $40
1850 Scene of Washing for Gold in Brazil. Wood engraving shows workers in Brazil searching for gold. The engraving is accompanied by text describing how gold is obtained in Brazil. Published in an 1850 issue of Ballou's Pictorial Drawing Room Companion. 11x15 in. $40
1781 Map of Brazil by Rigobert Bonne. Impressive hand-colored, copper-engraved map of Brazil by Rigobert Bonne, a well known map maker from the late 18th century. Shows provinces by color. Detailed map shows old mountain ranges, rivers and major cities and towns. Published in 1781.
11x16 in. $200
1856 Colton Map of Brazil and Guyana. Steel engraved, first edition map by the Colton company shows in detail Brazil and Guyana's geographic features, including mountain ranges, waterways and indian tribe locations. Each province is hand-colored. Map has two smaller inset maps of Pernambuco and Rio de Janeiro. 16x19 in.
1833 Tanner Map of Brazil. Original hand-colored, copper engraved map shows in detail Brazil's geographical features, including mountain ranges, waterways, cities and towns. Published in Tanner's Universal Atlas, the best known American atlas from the 19th century. Map shows two inset maps of Paraguay and Rio de Janeiro. 12x16 in. $150
1878 Views: Rio de Janeiro Harbor, Brazil. Two engraved scenes from Harper's Weekly, showing panoramic views of the city and harbor of Rio de Janeiro. Top scene is titled "Entrance to the Harbor, Looking Seaward." Bottom scene is "View of the City from Across the Harbor."
11x16 in. $60
1873 Scene on Rio de Janeiro Bay, Brazil. Engraved image from Harper's Weekly, titled "Sketch on the Coast of Brazil: View of the Bay of Rio de Janeiro." Nice view of the rocky Brazilian coastline.
9x11 in. $40
1856 Johnson Map of Brazil. Steel engraved map by Johnson and Ward, with original hand coloring. Shows all of Brazil, as well as Paraguay, Uruguay and part of the Argentine Republic. Cities, towns and geographical features are all shown. Each province is separately colored. In the lower left corner there are inset maps of Pernambuco and Rio de Janeiro. A small, engraved image of Rio de Janeiro harbor is above the title. 14x 8 in. $60
1894 The Troubles In Brazil. Scenes Of Interest In And About Rio De Janeiro - Hand colored half-tones taken from original photographs depicting various scenes of interest in and about the city of Rio De Janeiro, along with two insets of two government officials.
1910 In Memory of One of the Makers of Modern Brazil, The Monument to Marshal Floriano Peixoto At Rio De Janeiro. Half-tone picture depicting the monument to Marshal Floriano Peixoto, who was a distinguished soldier. Picture was published in The Graphic on June 4, 1910. 11x16in. $40
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