is a Small Selection of our Huge Inventory of Antique Navy Prints.
002nav: 1898 Flagship New York. Views of the ship in Key West, Florida at the time of the Spanish American War. Black and white photos with text. Genuine antique from Harper's Weekly. 11x16 in. $30
003nav: 1854 Battleship Engravings. Two Gleason's pages showing cutaway views and giving descriptions of a tall ship. Antique black & white engravings. Each page 10-1/2x15 in. $40
004nav: 1854 View of Navy's Oldest Ship. The ship Maria, of New Bedford, the oldest ship in the Navy as of 1854. Hand colored antique engraving, from Gleason's. 11x16 in. $40
007nav: 1879 Life on an American Man of War. Three black & white engraved views, and text. Original antique print from Leslie's. 11x16 in. $30
008nav: 1898 "On the Way to Manila, Officers of S.S. Newport Playing Cards." Major Thompson, signal corps. and Major Simpson, chif of artillery are pictured playing cards. This lovely black and white halftone was drawn by G.W. Peters. size: 11x16 in. $30
105nav: 1863 View of the ship "Dunderberg." Large, colored wood engraving published in an 1863 issue of Harper's Weekly shows the Dunderberg, one of the greatest man-of-war in the world. Rare, collectible print. 16x22 in. $100
106nav: 1881 Navy Torpedo School, Newport RI. Hand colored engraving from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, titled "Rhode Island: Experiments with Improved Apparatus at the United States Torpedo School, Newport. Contains views of various types of torpedoes, and scenes of those torpedoes being tested. 11x16 in. $50
107nav: Revolutionary War Navy Uniforms. Color lithographed print, showing uniforms worn by US Navy fleet commanders in 1776. Drawn by Werner, and published in 1899 as an illustration to a book. 13x16 in. $100
108nav: 1865 Naval Cadets (Pensacola) from the August 19, 1865 issue of Harper's Weekly. Cadets pictured in several hand colored, wood engravings on their training ship "Sabine" at the very time the Civil War was ending. Images from sketches by A.B. Waud. Center crease has been archivally repaired. 16x22 in. $200
200nav: 1887 Navy Sailors Scene by Frederick Remington. Uncolored engraving from the Feb. 10, 1887 issue of Harper's Weekly, titled "Sketches on a Man-of War Under Sailing Orders: The Last on Board." Drawn by 19th century artist Frederick Remington. 11x16 in. $80
201nav: Beautiful Chromolithograph ad from 1909. Promotional ad for Prudential Life Insurance in Newark, NJ, celebrating American Naval Strength as the country's Great White Fleet under the leadership of Theadore Roosevelt circled the world. 14x18.5 in. $250
202nav: Excellent colored half tone from 1918. Cover of Leslie's depicting the end of WWI. Image from a drawing by Orson Lowell and is titled: Red, White and Blue. 10.5 X 14 in. $40
Army Navy Journal 75th Anniversary issue. Large format softcover published 1938. 138pp. Great ads, articles by FDR, Admiral Leahy, and General Pershing (includes his full color portrait.)
11 x 14 in. $40
1899 Grand Naval Parade, New York Harbor for Admiral Dewey from the Statue of Liberty facing Manhattan and Brooklyn. Shown are also Governor's Island and Brooklyn Bridge in the distance. Hand tinted half-tone engraving, folded in middle.
42 x 15 in. $250
1853 Hand colored wood engraving showing Commodore Perry bound for Japan. Superb views of Perry's fleet opening Japan to trade.Featured in the Drawing-Room Companion.
22 x 15 in. $350
1851 U.S. Frigate hand colored wood engraving showing the U.S. Frigate at the Commencement of the Action with the British Frigate Guerriere, August 19, 1812. From Ballou's Pictorial Drawing-Room Companion.
22 x 15 in. $250
1744 Sir Francis Drake - This is a very old, spectacular hand colored copper engraving showing an ornate portrait of Sir Francis Drake as a young man and a battle scene below.
16 x 10 in. $150
1009nav: 1887: Gardiner's Bay Target Practice. Original Harper's Weekly (1887) Target Practice at Gardiner's Bay by the Men-Of-War. Color: Black and White. Type: Wood Engraving. Size: 11x16 in. $30
1175nav: 1896 book: The Navy and Army Illustrated. "A Magazine Descriptive and Illustrative of Everyday Life in the Defensive Services of the British Empire." Handsomely bound copy of Navy & Army Illustrated, December 20, 1895 - June 12, 1896 (Volume One). 316 pages, heavily illustrated. $95
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