This is a Small Selection of our Huge Inventory of Antique Christopher Columbus Prints.
002col: Beautiful hand colored engraving showing "The Celebration of the Four Hundredth Anniversary of the Sailing of Columbus for America". Image shows a replica ship of the Santa Maria they built for the occasion. Caption under title reads, The Caravel "Santa Maria", built at Palos to cross the Atlantic for the Chicago Exhibition, on her way to Huelva. From the August 13, 1892 issue of The Graphic. 11x16 in. $60
003col: 1913 Print - Landing of Columbus. Antique sepia litho print. 7" x 9-1/2" in. $30
005col: Excellent black and white steel engraving. This portrait of Christopher Columbus is a genuine antique print from 1890. 6.5x9 in. $30
006col: 1890 Columbus in the Court of Ferdinand and Isabella. Uncolored engraving from Harper's. 16x22 in. $40
007col: 1892 PRINT - COLUMBUS RETURNS TO SPAIN. Very colorful antique litho print, depicting Christopher Columbus being received by King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella upon his return from the New World. 10" x 7" $30
009col: 1855 Columbus and crew discovering the New World. Uncolored steel engraving. 7-1/2x10 in. $30
010col: 1896 Print: Life of Christopher Columbus. This wood-engraved print is titled "Incidents in the Life of Christopher Columbus." It was published in 1896 as an illustration to a book. In the center of the print there is a portrait of Columbus, surrounded by various scenes from his life. This print is in excellent condition.
11" x 14" $40
100col: 1903 Portrait of Christopher Columbus. Engraved portrait of Columbus published circa 1903 as an illustration to a book.
7x10 in. $20
101col: 1783 Columbus and the King and Queen of Spain. Color, copper engraving was published in Middleton's Complete System of Geography in 1783. It shows Columbus presenting an account of his discovery of America to the King and Queen of Spain. Lovely, rare print. 9x12 in. $100
102col: 1892 World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago. Engraved portrait of Christopher Columbus appears on the front cover of the official report on the World's Columbian Expo of 1892. The report is included and gives detailed accounts of the preparations leading up to the expo. 11x16 in. $60
104col: Columbus Refuting the Dominican Friars in the Conferences at Salamanca. Hand colored engraving from The Illustrated London News dated October 8, 1892.
22x16 in. $60
|Back to other Special Interests , Back to Prints Old & Rare Homepage|
|©1999 Prints Old & Rare|