This is a Small Selection of our Huge Inventory of Antique
001pass: 1889 Steam Ship Breakfast Scene. Hand colored antique engraving from the June 1, 1889 issue of Harper's Weekly. Title is "On an Ocean Steamer: The First Breakfast at Sea." Shows a steward bringing food to a seasick man in his bunk. 11x16 in. $50
002pass: 1890 Ocean Liner Scene: Dinner in Steerage. Sepia tone print showing passengers in the lowest class of an ocean liner, eating their dinner at a long table. From Harper's Weekly, Nov. 22, 1890. 16x22 in. $60
003pass: 1891: Late Passenger on an Ocean Liner. Nicely hand colored print from Harper's Weekly, titled "A Belated Passenger." Shows a man climbing up a ladder along the side of a large ocean liner, after the steps had already been raised. 11x16 in. $50
004pass: 1897: Mail Sent from an Ocean Liner. Hand colored woodcut engraving from the April 7, 1897 issue of Harper's Weekly. Title is "Throwing Letters to the Pilot." Shows a crew member tossing a bundle of mail to a man in a small boat alongside. 16x22 in. $80
005pass: 1888: An Ocean Palace- The Magnificent Steamship "Lahn" of the Norddeutscher Lloyd Steamship Company. Four beatiful hand colored engravings show: The Steamship "Lahn", corner of the smoking room, the Grand Saloon, and the ladies room. This genuine antique print is from the June, 1888 edition of Frank Leslies Illustrated. size: 11x16 in. $80
006pass: 1883 Honeymoon Scene on an Ocean Liner. Hand colored engraving from the July 7, 1883 issue of Harper's Weekly, titled "The Wedding Trip." Shows a young couple on the deck of a ship, both looking seasick. 11x16 in. $40
008pass: 1878 English Channel Steam Ship View. Hand colored engraving from the May 25, 1878 Illustrated London News, titled "The London, Chatham, and Dover Railway Company's New Double Steam Ship, 'Calais-Douvres', for the Channel Passage." Also contains inset views of the ship's rudders and paddles. 11x16 in. $40
011pass: 1887 Steamship Passenger Liner. Front page, hand-colored engraving was published in an 1887 issue of Harper's Weekly. It shows the final clearing of non-passengers before the ship's departure. 11x16 in.
013pass: 1874 The Bessemer Steamship. Wood engraving published in an 1874 issue of Harper's Weekly shows the steamship designed by Mr. Bessemer to carry passengers across the Channel between Dover and Calais. Print shows an interior and exterior view of the steamship and is accompanied by text. 16x22 in. $40
014pass: 1901 Departing Ocean Liner. Color engraving published in a 1901 issue of Harper's Weekly shows a femail passenger receiving a bouquet of flowers at the last possible moment. The title is "In the Nick of Time." 11x16 in. $40
015pass: 1933 Yachting Advertisement. Colorful advertisment for the Sterling Engine Company shows a yacht in the background as people dine in the foreground. 11x14 in. $30
016pass: 1892 Ocean Greyhound. Print published in an 1892 issue of The Graphic shows six images of the German liner "Dania." Images are accompanied by an article describing the ship and a very comfortable transatlantic crossing. 16x22 in. $40
017pass: 1928 Ship's Menu from Anchorline. Antique ship's menu from Anchorline shows what's for dinner on the ship S.S. Caledonia. 8x12 in. $30
018pass: 1938 Cruise Advertisement. Colorful advertisement with text shows three ships of the American Republic's Line sailing to South America. 11x14 in. $30
020pass: 1929 United States Lines Advertisement. Advertisement for the United States Lines was published in 1929 and promotes the popular ships of the American Merchant Lines. 8x10 in. $20
021pass: 1902 Steamers in the Great Lakes. Print published in a 1902 issue of Harper's Weekly shows two photographs of steamers passing through the "Soo" Canal that connects Lake Huron and Michigan. The title is "The Semi-Centennial of the Saul Ste. Marie Canal." 11x16 in. $50
022pass: 1889 Ocean Steamer with Crew on Deck. Large, hand-colored wood engraving published in an 1889 issue of Harper's Weekly shows a captain and crew on the deck of an ocean steamer. Beautiful print accompanied by text. The title is "Sunday Boats Muster on an Ocean Steamer." 16x21 in. $80
1910 Hand colored half-tones situated inside the Supplement to the Graphic for The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company. The passenger ship, R.M.S.P. "Asturias" shown on top and a Boudoir Suites-De-Luxe shown on bottom for a cruise to Argentina and Brazil (Via Spain, Portugal and Madeira).
15-1/2 x 11-1/2 in. $40
1946 Grace Line Announces A New Fleet of Twenty "Santa" Ships for Express Passenger and Freight Service to the Caribbean and South America Advertisement for Grace Line passenger ships showing all the passenger and cargo liners.
12-1/2 x 9-1/2 in. $40
C.1841 The Royal Mail Steam Packet Co. "Where Summer Never Ends" and special tours to Jamaica, Isthmus of Panama or Barbados Advertisement. Stains on top left border area and selling in "As Is" condition.
13 x 9 in. $20
1902 Chromolithograph from Scientific American showing Transportation on Land and Sea, published by Munn and Co., New York.
15-1/2 x 11 in. $45
200pass: 1881 Coastal Life Saving Scene. Hand colored engraving from the April 16, 1881 issue of Harper's Weekly, titled "Perils of the Coast: The Life Saving Service." Contains four images of trained life savers rescuing the occupants of a wrecked ship. Excellent condition. 16x22 in. $120
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