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001fish: 1907 Amir of Afghanistan Goes Fishing. Antique hand colored front page 1907 London Illustrated. "Freed from Russian Influence by the New Treaty, The Amir Ejoys a Day's Fishing." 11x16 in. $60



005fish: 1896 Frederic Remington Fishing print. Old half-tone Remington view of spring fishing in Canada. 16x11 in. $30



007fish: 1920 Canadian Trout Fishing print. Two original sepia tone gravure pictures with text, titled "Landing Gamy Trout from the Canadian Lakes." 11x16 in. $30



008fish: 1873 Salmon Marking print. Beautifully hand colored antique engraving, with text explaining how the salmon are caught, marked for identification and released for study purposes. 11x16 in. $60



009fish: 1859 Print: Fish near U.S./Mexico Border. Authentic professionally watercolored engraving. This attractive antique print is from the report of a U.S. Government surveying party, which was exploring the newly formed border between the United States and Mexico during the 1850's. The print shows two different species of freshwater fish that were found in that area. Also shown are scales from both types of fish. The print is in excellent condition, with modern hand coloring. Size is 9" x 11" $50



010fish: 1890 The White Perch. This rare, beautiful chromolithograph is from the "Fishes of Pennsylvania" by Tarleton Bean. Tarleton was a a famous American ichthyologist and became the first Curator of Fishes at the Smithsonian Institution. size:6.5x9.5 in. $60



011fish: 1854 Smelt Fishing Print. Hand colored antique ice-fishing print with text on smelt-fishing methods on the rivers of eastern U.S. Original Gleason's front page, 1854. 11x15 in. $50



015fish: 1890 The Small Mouthed Black Bass. This rare, beautiful chromolithograph is from the "Fishes of Pennsylvania" by Tarleton Bean. Tarleton was a a famous American ichthyologist and became the first Curator of Fishes at the Smithsonian Institution. size:6.5x9.5 in. $70



016fish:
1887 Hand colored half-tone titled, "Thousand Islands, St. Lawrence River, -- A Maskalonge Hooked and Coming to Gaff." ARtist is Hy. S. Watson.
11 x 8 in. $50



017fish:
1887 Hand colored half-tone titled, "Fly-Fishing on the Delaware River, Near Port Jervis, -- Landing A Small-Mouthed Bass." Hy. S. Watson is the artist.
11 x 8 in. $50



018fish:
1887 Hand colored half-tone titled, "Prince's Bay, Staten Island, -- Chumming and Rod Fishing from Small Boats for Weakfish." Hy. S. Watson is the artist.
11 x 8 in. $50



019fish:
1887 Hand colored half-tone titled, "Trolling for Bluefish -- Fire Island Inlet." Artist is Hy. S. Watson.
11 x 8 in. $50



020fish:
1887 Hand colored half-tone titled, "An Ideal Trout Pool." Artist is Hy. S. Watson.
11 x 8 in. $50



021fish:
1887 Hand colored half-tone titled, "Where the Gaffer Comes In." Artist is Hy. S. Gaffer.
11 x 8 in. $50



022fish:
1887 Hand colored half-tone titled, "Salmon Fishing," with the caption, Now Give It To Him. Artist is Hy.S. Watson.
11 x 8 in. $50



023fish:
1854 Gleason's Pictorial hand colored wood engraving captioned, "Catching Blue Fish."
15 x 11 in. $40



024fish:
1878 Hand colored wood engraving featured in a Supplement to Harper's Weekly titled, "Trout-Fishing -- The First Cast of the Season."
22 x 15-1/2 in. $80



025fish:
1944 Color Outdoor Life cover showing two fishermen all ready to catch the Big One! Artist is J.F. Kernan.
10-1/2 x 8-1/2 in. $30



026fish:
1893 Hand colored half-tone from The Illustrated London News titled, "Between the Devil and the Deep Sea." By R.C. Woodville. A fishing man stands perched at the edge of a stream, with net in hand as he awaits his catch.
16 x 11 in. $40



027fish:
1875 Harper's Weekly by J. Nash hand colored wood engraving with text surrounding image describing An English Fishing Match shows a group of English fishermen poised at the edge of a stream, long fishing poles in hand, awaiting their catch of the day.




028fish:
1885 Harper's Weekly hand colored wood engravings showing the Trouting Season -- Sketches at the South Side Club, Long Island. Drawn by F.E. Lummis. Four engravings in all on one page showing views at the South Side Club in Long Island.
16 x 11 in. $50



029fish:
1890 Hand colored wood engraving titled, "American Sportsmen and Sporting Clubs in Canada," Drawn by W.A. Rogers After Photographs. Featured in Harper's Weekly.
16 x 11 in. $50



030fish:
1880 Hand colored wood engraving titled, "New York City, -- Ninth Annual Meeting of the American Fishcultural Association -- Mr. Annin Stripping Trout for Artificial Propagation." Featured in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
16 x 11 in. $50



031fish:
1882 Harper's Weekly hand colored wood engraving titled, "Salmon Fishing On the Restigouche." Drawn by H.A. Ogden.
16 x 11 in. $40



032fish:
1882 A.B. Frost hand colored half-tone titled, "Fishing for Striped Bass in the Surf on the New Jersey Coast.
22 x 15-1/2 in. $160



033fish:
1898 Hand colored half-tone titled, Bass Fishing." Caption reads, Landing A Double. Artist is Hy.S. Watson.
11 x 8 in. $50



103fish: 1854 Bass Fishing Scene. Hand colored engraving from Gleason's Pictorial, showing two men in a rowboat fishing for bass. A short article above the image describes the scene. 11x16 in.
$50



104fish: 1854 Salmon Fishing Print. Hand colored engraving from Gleason's Pictorial. Shows a fisherman standing next to a salmon that he has caught with a fly rod. A short article above the image describes the scene. 11x16 in.
$50



105fish:
1890 The Atlantic Salmon, Plate 4. This rare, beautiful chromolithograph is from the "Fishes of Pennsylvania" by Tarleton Bean. Tarleton was a a famous American ichthyologist and became the first Curator of Fishes at the Smithsonian Institution.
9-1/2 x 6-1/2 in. $60



106fish: 1890 The Lake Trout. This rare, beautiful chromolithograph is from the "Fishes of Pennsylvania" by Tarleton Bean. Tarleton was a a famous American ichthyologist and became the first Curator of Fishes at the Smithsonian Institution. size:6.5x9.5 in. $70



108fish: 1890 The White Fish. This rare, beautiful chromolithograph is from the "Fishes of Pennsylvania" by Tarleton Bean. Tarleton was a a famous American ichthyologist and became the first Curator of Fishes at the Smithsonian Institution. size:6.5x9.5 in. $60



110fish: 1890 The Pike Perch or Susquhanna Salmon. This rare, beautiful chromolithograph is from the "Fishes of Pennsylvania" by Tarleton Bean. Tarleton was a a famous American ichthyologist and became the first Curator of Fishes at the Smithsonian Institution. size:6.5x9.5 in. $60



111fish: 1890 The Yellow Perch. This rare, beautiful chromolithograph is from the "Fishes of Pennsylvania" by Tarleton Bean. Tarleton was a a famous American ichthyologist and became the first Curator of Fishes at the Smithsonian Institution. size:6.5x9.5 in. $60




113fish: 1854 Pike Fishing Scene. Hand colored engraving from Gleason's Pictorial, showing men on the ice spending a day fishing for pike in a rowboat fishing for bass. A short article above the image describes the scene. 11x16 in. $40



205fish: 1895 Hand colored half tone from Harper's Weekly. Fast to a Big One, Casting for Small-mouthed Blackfish in the Pennsylvania Lakes. 9.5x14 in. $60



208fish: c1901 Image of men and women fishing from a boat. Gorgeous engraved image titled,"Fishing Off Long Point," by A.B. Frost.
15 x 11in. $60




214fish: c1901 Picture of two men fishing on a lake in a canoe. Elegant engraved image titled,"Muskallonge Fishing," drawn by A.B. Frost. Shows scene of two men fishing from a canoe. 11 x 16in. $60
Color Image: $80



215fish: c1901 Picture of two men fishing on a lake in a canoe. Elegant engraved image titled,"Black Bass Fishing," drawn by A.B. Frost. Shows scene of two men fishing from a canoe with two other fishermen in the distance. 11 x 16in. $60
Color Image: $80



216fish: 1854 Image of fishermen smelt fishing. Gorgeous hand colored engraved image titled,"Smelt Fishing," from Gleason's Pictorial. Shows scene of men smelt fishing in the ice. 11 x 16in. $50



217fish: 1887 Picture of people salmon fishing on the McCloud River, California. Beautifully hand colored engraved image titled,"California-Station of the United States Fish Commission, on McCloud River, Collecting Eggs From Salmon and Fish-Way and Trap," from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. Shows scene of people salmon fishing at McCloud River in California. 11 x 16in. $80



218fish: c1901 Picture of a man trout fishing in a stream. Elegant engraved image titled,"Trout Fishing," drawn by A.B. Frost. Shows scene of a man fishing in a stream for trout. 11 x 16in. $60



220fish:
C.1885 Chromolithograph by Frank H. Taylor showing the Tarpon fish as it leaps from the surf while two fishermen watch in a small boat nearby. Story about this is included on separate page.
Image size is 18 x 12 in. with large margins.
$500


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