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001fpeo:
Americus Vesputius by John Ogilby, 1671.  Rare  and magnificent.
Portrait of the Italian explorer and cartographer and America's namesake.   He's depicted holding an atlas, compass, globe and calipers. 
16 x 10 in. $175



002fpeo: Hand colored Steel engraving of Millard Tilmore. Smaller picture under portrait titled, "Washing for Gold in California:. Engraved by W.J. Edwards from a Drawing by Brady in 1856. 10x7 in. $40



003fpeo: Front page of The Graphic dated May 7, 1910. Title reads, "Welcome to the Conqueror of the Pole! Rear-Admiral Peary and his Party". Additional copy below title. Half tone picture shows Captain Bartlett, Commander of the Roosevelt (shown in the background), Miss Marie Ahnighto Peary, Rear-Admiral Peary, Mrs. Peary and
Master Robert Peary.
 11x16 in. $30



004fpeo: Harper's Weekly antique hand colored engraving dated August 14, 1886. Picture titled, The Funeral of Samuel J. Tilden, Saturday, August 7. From Photographs by Artotype Company, and Sketches by W.P. Snyder and L. Joutel. Top picture shows a crowd of people watching the casket "Leaving Greystone". Small round picture in the middle shows, "Mr. Tilden's Birthplace". Bottom picture is of the the burial and is captioned, "At the Grave". 11x16 in. $40



006fpeo: Harper's Weekly page from December 27, 1890. Engraving shows "The Late Major-General Alfred H. Terry, U.S.A." Fascimile copy of accompanied article also included. 10x7 in. $20



007fpeo: 1898 lithograph from Leslie's Weekly. "The Three Great Naval Heroes of the War With Spain." Picture showing "Rear-Admiral George Dewey, who Sunk the Spanish Fleet at Manila; Rear-Admiral W.T. Sampson, who Planned the Capture of Cervera's Fleet at Santiago; and Rear-Admiral W.S. Schley, who Superbly Executed that Plan."
21x16 in. $40



008fpeo: 1856 Rare hand colored Steel engraving of Vice President John C. Calhoun. Smaller picture under portrait shows the "Outrage on the Chesapeake, 1807." Engraved by Edwards from a
drawing by Brady..
10x7 in. $40


009fpeo: Cover of Harper's Weekly dated January 21, 1882. Engraving of Daniel Webster. Drawn by John W. Alexander. 10.5x16 in. $30



010fpeo: January 21, 1854 cover of Gleason's Pictorial. Hand colored engraving of Benjamin Franklin surrounded by an emblematical design. Immediately beneath the portrait is a kite, the old fashioned "dabber" or ink ball, and, among other books, a copy of Poor Richard's Almanac. On the left is a view of the house where he was born. At the base is a view of Franklin's grave. On the right is a view of the "Birthplace of Franklin," which in 1854 had become an extensive wholesale dry goods establishment.
11x15 in. $30



011fpeo: 1856 Hand colored Steel engraving of U.S. Army Officer Winfield Scott. Smaller picture under portrait shows a scene from a battle at Niagara. Engraved by Charles Holl from a Daguerreotype by Brady.
10x7 in. $40



012fpeo: "The Man Who Reached the Top of the Earth". From the February 26, 1910 issue of The Graphic. Half tone of a portrait-bust of Rear Admiral Peary, U.S.N., Discoverer of the North Pole. With aditional caption under picture. 11.5x16 in. $20



202crim: JESSIE JAMES - Extremely rare wood engraved cover of Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper dated April 22, 1882. The feature story of this issue was news of the death of Jessie James in St. Joseph, Missouri on April 3rd. 16x11 in. $250


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013fpeo: Portrait of Robert Cavelier De La Salle. From The Mentor Association dated 1920. 9.5x7 in. $20



015fpeo: 1956 Hand colored Steel engraving of Thomas H Benton, who served as a democratic Senator for the state of Missouri from 1821-1851. Benton served on the staff of President Andrew Jackson. Smaller picture under portrait shows a train rolling along the railroad tracks. Engraved by J. Rogers. 10x7 in. $40



016fpeo: 1866 page of Harper's Weekly. Engraving shows Historian George Bancroft, from a photograph by Brady.
11x16 in. $30



017fpeo: Cover of Harper's Weekly dated November 3, 1900. Half tone of John Sherman. Born May, 10 1823 - Died October 22, 1900.
11x16 in. $30



018fpeo: Hand colored Steel engraving of U.S. Statesman and Orator Henry Clay. He was active of bringing on the war of 1812 with Britain and was one of the commissioners who arranged the treaty of Ghent which ended the war. In 1824,1831, and 1844 he was an unsuccesful candidate for the U.S. Presidency. Clay served in the US Sentate from 1831 to 1842. Smaller picture under portrait shows the "Peace Negotiations at Ghent". Engraved by W.J. Edwards from a drawing by Brady in 1856. Includes 16-page article on Henry Clay. 10x7 in. $40



020fpeo: Hand colored engraving of U.S. shipping and railroad magnate Corneilius Vanderbilt. From the cover of Harper's Weekly dated January 20, 1877. Photographed by Howell, Broadway, New York. 11x16 in. $40



022fpeo: Hand colored engravings from Harper's Weekly dated July 5, 1873. Left hand engraving shows "The Late John A. Kennedy with an accompanied article about his life. Right hand engraving shows Susan B. Anthony and an article about her trial for voting illegally. 11x7 in. $30


004pat:
Nathan Hale, Revolutionary War Hero - "Last Words" as he is about to be hung by the British. 1858 Hand color steel engraving in very good condition except for a small patch in lower right corner border.
11-1/2 x 9 in. $80


 

025fpeo:
1862 Steel engraving of John Hancock, an American Revolutionary Leader in his repose. Taken from the Original Picture by Chappel in the Possession of the Publishers; Johnson, Fry & Company, New York.
11 x 8 in. $50



026fpeo: Cover of Harper's Weekly dated July 26, 1890. Hand colored engraving of "The Late General John C. Fremont." Fremont explored much of the area between the Rocky Mountains and the Pacific Ocean. Picture engraved from a
photograph by Doremus.
11x16 in. $40



027fpeo: Hand colored Steel engraving of Vice President Edward Everett. Everett's political carreer included being the Govenor of Massachusetts, a US Senator, the US minister to Great Britain an well as the US Secretary of State. Smaller picture under portrait shows the "Oration in presence of Lafayette 1824". Engraved by J. Rogers from the Prize Daguerreotype by Cutting and Bowdoin in 1856.
10x7 in. $40



028fpeo: Harper's Weekly dated October 19, 1889. Engraving of Admiral Porter in 1865. Drawn by T. De Thulstrup. 16x11 in. $30



029fpeo: Cover of Harper's Weekly dated June 5, 1886. Engraving of U.S. physician, poet, and humorist Oliver Wendell Holmes. Photographed by Notman, Boston.
16x11 in. $30


030fpeo: Hand colored Steel engraving of U.S. Politician Henry Clay. "Likeness from a Portrait in the possession of his family." Engraved by Johnson, Fry and Co. Publishers in 1861. 11x7.5 in. $40



031fpeo: Cover from Harper's Weekly dated March 6, 1886. Engraving of General Lew Wallace. Most famous for his enormously popular book Ben-Hur. Photographed by Sarony.
16x11 in. $30


034fpeo: 15 page advertising supplement for the John Birch Society, from the October 17, 1965 issue of the San Francisco Examiner. It includes endorsements from prominent legislators and citizens, lists of the society's programs and goals, and an invitation to join. It is in excellent condition.
11x13 in. $30


036fpeo: The Statue of William Penn for the Tower of the New City Hall, Philadelphia. Very nice hand colored wood engraving from the February 25, 1888 issue of Harper's Weekly. Center image of the statue with additional images surrounding of the sculptor, his shop, Penn's statue in the making, and statues of an Indian Group and a Swedish Group.
 16x11 in. $40



037fpeo: Hand colored lithograph by Wehrlin published in 1840. Portrait of Guttenberg framed by branches with text in German on ribbon banner at bottom. This print would look excellent in a frame.
14x12 in. $60



038fpeo: Excellent hand colored copper engraving published c1790. Image titled, Columbus presenting an Account of his Discovery of America to the King and Queen of Spain. Engraved for Middletons Complete System of Geography.
9x14 in. $60



039fpeo: 18th century copper engraving of Edward V titled "Edward V King of England and France From a Linning in a Manuscript book now in the library at Lambeth" Engraving is in
excellent condition
11.5x7.5 in. $50


041fpeo: Hand colored steel engraving of John Jacob Astor from 1862. John Jacob Astor, the richest man in the country who made his money first in fur trading (Macinaw Island and Oregon) and eventually became the biggest landlord in NYC. Includes a short biography.
 8x10.5 in. $40



043fpeo:
1869 Duke of Wellington -- Impresive hand colored steel engraving with facsimile autograph. Published by Johnson, Wilson &
Company,  New York.
11 x 8 in. $60



044fpeo:
1935 Will Rogers half-tone engraving copyrighted by Chicago American in very good condition.
17 x 14 in. $35



045fpeo:
1891 Harper's Weekly hand colored wood engraved image of Thomas A. Edison in his Laboratory.
Drawn by T. De Thulstrup.
21-1/2 x 15 in. $90



046fpeo:
C.1880 Chromolithograph shown in a German issue of Puck published by Mayer, Merkel & Ottmann showing Jay Gould and other
political schemers.
13-1/2 x 10 in. $60



047fpeo:
1909 Judge chromolithograph showing Andrew Carnegie, the sheriff of Free Trade delivering $300,000,000 of Steel Bonds.
13-1/2 x 10 in. $60



048fpeo:
1884 Hand colored half-tone from Puck by F. Opper titled, "Yesterday An Infuriated Mob Almost Lynched A Man Who Looked
Like Jay Gould."
13-1/2 x 10 in. $60



049fpeo:
1877 Cornelius Vanderbilt wood engraving featured in Harper's Weekly, A Journal of Civilization.
16 x 11 in. $30



050fpeo:
1905 Life hand colored lithograph showing "Old John and
Young John."
10 x 8-1/2 in. $50



051fpeo:
1902 Harper's Weekly half-tone image of a young Cornelius Vanderbilt in an edition titled, "Americans of To-Morrow."
13-1/2 x 9-1/2 in. $30



052fpeo:
1902 Harper's Weekly half-tone image of J. Pierpont Morgan, Jr. in an edition titled, "Americans
of To-Morrow."
13 x 9 in. $30



053fpeo:
1901 Leslie's Weekly color half-tone showing J. Pierpont Morgan, the Master of Finance, To Whom 100,000 Striking Steel and Iron Workers Appeal.
16 x 11 in. $40



054fpeo:
1913 C.J. Budd hand colored half-tone titled, "Our
Angel  of Peace."
16 x 11 in. $50



055fpeo:
1890 Half-tone featured in Harper's Weekly showing Joseph H. Choate of New York Bar. Drawn from Life by T. De Thulstrup. Article page included with image.
15-1/2 x 11 in. $30



056fpeo:
1908 Half-tone featured in The Illustrated London News showing Andrew Carnegie, the Philanthropist and Founder of the Fund for the Heroes of Civilization.
16 x 11 in. $40



057fpeo:
1910 Half-tone image of J. Pierpont Morgan, which is titled, "Mr. Morgan Gives Hartford
An Art Gallery."
15 x 10 in. $30



058fpeo:
1914 Half-tone sketch of George Barr McCutcheon by James
Montgomery Flagg.
13 x 8 in. $30



060fpeo:
1865 Wood engraving featured in Harper's Weekly showing Alfred Tennyson, the English
Poet Laureate.
15-1/2 x 10-1/2 in. $30



061fpeo:
1887 Harper's Weekly wood engraved image of Count Ly
of  N. Tolstol.
10-1/2 x 9 in. $30



062fpeo:
1870 Wood engraved image of Charles Dickens featured in Every Saturday, An Illustrated
Journal of Choice Reading.
14-1/2 x 10 in. $40



063fpeo:
1887 Buffalo Bill in England -- Color lithograph showing the Prince of Wales bowing to John L. Sullivan and Buffalo Bill. "Yankee-Mania in England." Published by Judge. Lithograph by Sackett & Wilhelms Lithograph Co.
20-1/2 x 13-1/2 in. $125



064fpeo:
1866 Hand colored lithograph portrait of Jefferson Davis, taken originally from a photograph. Entered according to Act of Congress by Virtue & Yorston in the Clerk's Office of the District Court
of the United States.
10-1/2 x 8-1/2 in. $150



065fpeo:
C.1870 Hand colored steel engraving showing a portrait of John C. Fremont, with a small image of the Encampment in the Sacramento Valley below his portrait.
10-1/2 x 8-1/2 in. $150



066fpeo:
C.1870 Hand colored steel engraving showing the Duke of Wellington. Published in London.
11 x 8 in. $120



067fpeo:
C.1870 Hand colored steel engraving showing P.G.T. Beauregard, with a small image below his portrait showing the battle in action.
10-1/2 x 8-1/2 in. $120



068fpeo:
C.1930 Half-tone photo engraving showing Charles Lindbergh or "Lucky Lindy" and "The Lone Eagle" as a young man just after his transatlantic flight. Featured in the Times Wide World.
18 x 12 in. $50


 

070fpeo:
1861 Hand colored steel engraving showing a seated Alexander Hamilton, from the Original Painting by Chappel in the posession of the publishers. Published by Johnson, Fry & Co., NY. Entered according
 to Act of Congress.
8-1/2 x 7-1/2 in. $50





071fpeo:
1901 McKinley Funeral Number - Rare Frank Leslie's complete issue, 20pp, devoted to the life and death of President McKinley. Cover with new President, Theodore Roosevelt.
16-1/2 x 11-1/4 in. $75


 
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