is a Small Selection of our Huge Inventory of
1891 Coffee Farm in Brazil. Photographic image of workers picking coffee on a Brazilian plantation. Published as an illustration to a book.
Text beneath the photo describes the scene.
8x10 in. $30
1852 Brazilian Coffee Plantation Scene. Antique engraved image from Gleason's Pictorial, showing a typical scene on a Brazilian coffee plantation. Text above the image discusses the coffee growing
industry in Brazil.
11x16 in. $40
1880 US Grant Visits Mexican Coffee Farm. Antique hand colored engravings and a short article about General US Grant's visit to a coffee plantation in Mexico. The article describes Mexico's coffee growing region, and the process by which coffee is produced. The images show typical plantation scenes, and a close-up of the coffee plant itself.
Black & White: $50
1885 Coffee Mills for Grocers. Page from the mail order catalog of Markley, Alling and Co., containing engraved images of two hand-cranked coffee mills. Prices of each mill are shown beneath the images. 7x10 in. $30
1891 Coffee Production Scenes. Two engraved images of coffee being picked and dried on a Central American plantation. Text on the same page describes the trade in coffee as a commodity
in the United States.
11x16 in. $30
1947 Ad for Sanka Instant Coffee. Full page ad for Sanka decaffeinated coffee, which had just been made available in instant form.
10x13 in. $15
Rand McNally & Co. color map of Brazil, compliments of the National Coffee Department of Brazil.
14 x 10 in. $30
1880 Coffee Picking in Costa Rica. Beautifully hand colored engraving from Harper's Weekly, titled "Picking Coffee in Costa Rica." Shows workers on a coffee plantation, gathering
beans from the plants.
11x16 in. $70
Black & White: $60
1853 Wood engraving featured in The Illustrated London News showing a Turkish Coffee-House.
16 x 11 in. $30
1926 Color advertisement for Maxwell House Coffee featured in The Ladies Home Journal. "Even in that land of good living...it was a place of wonders," the article tells of the kitchen in the most famous hotel of the Old South. And of course they served Maxwell House coffee!
14 x 11 in. $30
Markley, Alling & Company wood engraved page depicting the Norton's Patent Coffee
Mills in bottom image.
10-1/2 x 7-1/2 in. $30
1924 Half-tone images showing how coffee is picked, processed, sorted, graded and readied for shipping.
12-1/2 x 9-1/2 in. $20
1879 Wood engraving featured in The Graphic showing the "Exterior and Interior of New Coffee Tavern at Bradford, Recently Inaugurated By Mr. W.E. Forster,
M.P. in bottom image.
16 x 11-1/2 in. $30
1891 Wood engravings with 4-page article titled, "The Coffee Exchange Of the City of New York," By Richard Wheatley. Image on front page shows a woman picking coffee.
22 x 16 in. $40
1901 Half-tone image titled, "Coffee District Between Ponce and Adjuntas, Porto Rico." Featured in the Yearbook, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Plate XLIII.
9 x 6 in. $25
Chromolithograph advertising Hills Bros Coffee which shows a man mowing his lawn craving a nice hot cup of coffee in top image and a man shoveling snow in bottom image dreaming of an iced cold coffee. Slogan, "Some like (hot) and Some like it (cold). Artist is Cobean.Lithograph
published in the U.S.A.
20 x 15 in. $50
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