is a Small Selection of our Hugh Inventory of
Michigan City, Indiana - Full-Fledged Diamond Rodeo and Wild West Show - This colorful 1957 poster was published for a benefit for the Fire Fighters Benefit Fund.
22 x 14 in. $80
1882 Gray's map of Indiana. One of the most attractive and interesting 19th century hand colored maps.
27x17-1/2 in. $100
1864 Johnson's map of Indiana. Large hand colored.
26x18 in. $90
1874 Bradley map. Antique hand colored.
12x15 in. $60
1883 Crams lithographic colored map of Indiana. Great detail, good size.
14-1/2x21-1/2 in. $40
Wabash College in Crawfordsville, Indiana and Notre Dame University in Notre Dame, Indiana. Two hand colored half-tone engravings, along with text on the square miles and population in Indiana.
14 x 10-1/2 in. $40
Black & White: $30
Indianapolis 1888 view of Harrison at his city when he became the Republican candidate for president. Front page Leslie's newspaper. Corner repair of this scarce view.
11x16 in. $30
Antique view, Tippecanoe Battle. Excellent hand colored steel engraving, 1859 by Chappel. 10x8 in. $40
1853 Indianapolis. Two pages with four excellent hand tinted views from Gleason's Pictorial Drawing Room Companion. Top left shows Indiana Institute for the Blind, Lower left is, Insane Hospital. Upper right shows, the State House, and Bottom Right is Indiana's Institution for the Deaf and Dumb.
22x14.5 in. $60
1861 Indiana Civil War Regiment of Zouaves. Five engraved views, Harper's. 10-1/2x15-1/2 in. $20
1872 Midwest Map. Hand colored, includes states of Indiana, Ohio, Michigan and Kentucky. 9-1/2x12 in. $60
1867 Indiana State Fair views. Many fine hand colored engraved scenes from the fair in Terre Haute on a large 2-page original Harper's spread.
22x16 in. $80
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1888 Indiana State Capitol Building. Excellent hand colored engraving of the building, with carriages and a busy street
scene in foreground.
11x7 in. $30
1888 President Harrison at Indianapolis. Two fine, scarce engravings of President Harrison at his home while the President Elect. This fine black and white engraving is from the December 1888 issue of Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
11x16 in. $40
1870 Terre Haute view. Scarce early view, original black & white engraving, of the State Normal School. 11x8 in. $30
1876 Miami County,
Excellent professionally hand-watercolored lithograph of the building in Peru, Indiana. Lists several county officials of the day. A genuine antique print produced in 1876,
not a reproduction!
12x8 in $50
1854 Indianapolis Buildings. Four fine black & white engraved views on two pages of some of the most impressive buildings in the city. Includes descriptive text.
22x16 in. $60
1850 Cowperthwait A New Map of Indiana with its Roads and Distances which also shows the Steamboat routes and a profile of the Wabash and Erie Canal. Hand colored.
17 x 13-1/2 in. $200
1860 Big Snake Creek View. Scarce hand colored steel engraving of the creek, near Logansport. Very attractive. 10x6-1/4 in. $40
1890 Indiana Map. Good color shows Railroad network. Hand colored copper engraving.
10.5x13.5 in. $40
c.1880 Civil War Southern Indiana Map. Color litho map published by U.S. Government after the war. Shows Indianapolis in the north, to Mid-Kentucky in the south. 29-1/2x18-1/2 in. $80
1864 Johnson Indiana & Ohio Map. Original hand colored engraved antique map by Johnson. Counties differentiated by color. Great detail with attractive border. 26x18 in. $90
1882 Map of Indiana. Very handsome large hand colored antique map. Good detail, very frameable. 17-1/2x28 in. $90
1864 Indiana Township Map. All townships hand watercolored in various colors throughout the state. Great detail, with nice border.
18x26 in. $90
1875 County Map of Indiana. Very attractive original hand colored genuine antique map, by Gray. Shows railroad routes.
17-1/2x28 in. $110
1940 Indiana Railroad Map. Colorful large old map shows dozens of railroads, plus population by county. 20-1/2x27-1/2 in. $80
1894 Color Railroads Map of Indiana, published by Rand, McNally & Company. Railroads Key is on bottom right of this
very detailed map.
27 x 20-1/2 in. $160
Antique 1876 Map of Indianapolis Indiana. Color lithographed map of Indianapolis, from an 1876 Indiana state atlas. The map is quite detailed. Streets, railroad lines, parks, cemeteries and major buildings are all shown. Other points of interest such as the stock yards, U.S. arsenal, fair grounds, etc. are shown as well. Undeveloped areas outside of the city are divided into lots, with the names of property owners printed on their parcels of land. This map is in excellent condition.
17x28 in. $80
1867 Scenes at the Indiana State Fair. Hand-colored engraving from the Nov. 2, 1867 issue of Harper's Weekly, titled "Indiana State Fair at Terre Haute, Oct. 1,2,3,4, and 5. Among the Hoosiers." Contains many small scenes of the visitors and participants at the fair. Several professional repairs made to center crease, barely noticeable. Overall fine condition. 16x22 in. $80
1876 Map of Bloomington Indiana and area entitled: Map of Monroe County. This map shows the towns, railroads, and post offices. size: 13.5x17 in. $50
1855 Colton Map of Indiana. Beautifully engraved, hand-colored map from the 1st edition of Colton's world atlas, printed in 1855. The state is divided into counties, with every county colored separately. Names of all counties are given, and the locations of rivers, railroad lines and major cities are shown as well. Entire map is surrounded by a decorative border. 16x18 in. $200
1876 Pictures of the State Capitol and Court House in Indianapolis, Indiana. Beautifully hand colored engraved images titled,"State Capitol Indianapolis and Marion County Court House Indianapolis." Shows scene of the State Capitol and Court House in Indianapolis, Indiana.
11 x 16in. $80
1891 Bradley color lithographed map of Indiana, showing lots detail.
26 x 19 in. $60
1888 Images of Indianapolis' Buildings and Architecture. Elegantly hand colored engraved images titled, "The City of Indianapolis," from Harper's Weekly. Shows different scenes of Indianapolis' Buildings and Architecture.
22 x 16in. $150
1875 Gray's New Map of Indiana. Large double page map showing Counties, Cities, Towns, Railroads, Rivers, Canals and Creeks. Hand colored, lithograph. Very good condition.
16 x 27 in. $100
1859 Fredrick Douglass “Stumping” for Garfield. “Great Political Excitement in Indiana – The Whole Station on the Stump.” Puck Cartoon 1878. Chromolithograph.
9 x 12 in. $150
1889 Images of Indianapolis' Buildings and Architecture. Elegantly hand colored engraved images titled, "Indiana-Some of the Representative Business Interests of Evansville Illustrated," from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. Shows different scenes of Indianapolis' Buildings and Architecture.
22 x 16in. $150
1888 Images of Terre Haute, Indiana's Buildings and Architecture. Elegantly hand colored engraved images titled, "Indiana-The City of Terre Haute and Some of the Representative Interests," from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. Shows different scenes of Terre Haute's Buildings and Architecture.
22 x 16in. $ 150
1889 Pictures of Indianapolis, Indiana's Buildings and Architecture. Elegantly hand colored engraved images titled, "Indiana-The City of Indianapolis, Its Streets, Public Buildings, Etc.," drawn by C. Bunnell from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. Shows different scenes of Indianapolis, Indiana's Buildings and Architecture. 22 x 16in. $150
1855 Gorgeous county map of Indiana. Very attractive original hand colored genuine antique map which shows railroad routes and different counties. Published by J.H. Colton & co. 17 x 14 in. $200
1838 Chart of the Wabash and Erie Canal lands. This decorative chart shows the Great Miami Reservation as well as sections of unappropriated lands belonging to Indiana.
22 x 10in. $60
1835 Elegant Map of Indiana and Ohio. Intricate hand colored map titled, "Indiana and Ohio," from Bradford's 1835 world atlas. Hand colored, engraved map shows railroads, canals, cities, counties and mountains. 12 x 10in. $120
1889 Hand colored wood engraving featured in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper which is titled, "The White-Cap Outrages in Indiana -- Scene After A Whipping." Drawn from a sketch by Walter Jessup. Image shows a man tied to a tree after he was whipped by the White Cappers. Small date stamp in border of lefthand corner.
16 x 11 in. $50
1875 Hand colored wood engraving featured in Harper's Weekly captioned, "The Day Ridge Robbers -- The Thieves Firing On Mr. Van Brunt." From sketches by Theo R. Davis. Seven engraved scenes and two engraved busts of J. Holmes Van Brunt and Alvord H. Van Brunt.
16 x 11 in. $40
1850 Cowperthwait map of Indiana printed in Philadelphia. The full title is "A New Map of Indiana with its roads and distances . Published by Thomas Cowperthwait & Co., 253 Market Street, Philadelphia." This hand colored map has each of the counties in a different color with great topographical detail. Railroad lines are shown in red. The key in the upper right corner tells the steam boat routes from Louisville to Pittsburg and Louisville to New Orleans with the various stops along the way listed. The right edge of the map shows a profile of the Wabash and Erie canals on a scale of miles and height. This map is archivally mended with two tears on left margin one-inch into map. There is a double border with beautifully
1855 J. H. Colton original hand colored engraved map showing the state of Indiana. Colton was among the earliest map makers with very accurate maps depicting cities and states in the United States.
17-1/2 x 14-1/2 in. $200
"St. Mary, St. Joseph and Maumee Rivers, Near Fort Wayne, Indiana." Published in 1869 by William Pate & Co. New York. Original descriptive text also included. 12 1/2 x 16 1/4 in. $250
1869 Steel engraving by Robert Hinshelwood. Artist is William Momberger. Published by William Pate & Co., New York; G.P. Putnam & Sons. Title is, "Wabash River, Near Vincennes, Ind." -- From the Original Drawing in the
Possession of the Publishers.
16 x 13 in. $250
1869 Steel engraving titled, "St. Mary, St. Joseph & Maumee Rivers." (Near Fort Wayne, Ind.) From the Original Drawing in the Possession of the Publishers of William Pate & Co., New York, G.P. Putnam & Sons.
16 x 12-1/2 in. $250
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