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001polo: Antique hand colored half tone from an issue of Harper's Weekly from 1896. Images titled, At The Polo Championships. Shows various views such as, Referee, The Ponies, Getting Ready, and A Player. page: 11x16 in. image: 7.5x11 in $30




003polo: Hand colored half tone from the August 21, 1897 issue of The Graphic. A Curious Interruption to a Polo Tournament in India. Short article below image tells of the exceptional event that interrupted the game. 11x16 in. $50



004polo: Ten hand colored engravings from the October 12, 1889 issue of Harper's Weekly. Rapid Sketches at the Field Day of the Philadelphia City Troop. Very nice sketches from Frederic Remington showing various moves on the Polo field. 11x16 in. $60



005polo: The Polo Tournament at Lakewood, New Jersey. Three views from an 1914 issue of Harper's Weekly. Top image shows, Camden vs. the Second Lakewood Team. Center image of, Mrs. Gould and her Guests on the Club-house Veranda. Bottom image shows, The Gallery. 11x16 in. $40



006polo: Cover of the April 9, 1910 issue of Harper's Weekly. Half tone showing International Polo at Lakewood. English and American polo "cracks" playing on George Gould's polo field at Georgian Court. 11x16 in. $30
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221ri:
1894 Hand colored half-tone views showing the sport, Polo being played in Newport, RI. Drawn by Max F. Klepper From Photographs by Frank H. Childs. Featured in Leslie's Weekly.
16 x 11 in. $60



143LongIsland:
Harper's Weekly hand colored half-tones showing views surrounding Polo at the Meadowbrook Club, Long Island.
15-1/2 x 10 in. $80



008polo: Two half tones printed c1920. Following the Ball in Polo. Upper image shows two polo players both going for the ball, one player, a West Point Cadet, the other from the Virginia Military Institute. Lower image shows the All-Ireland Four making a goal against the Shelbourne House Four at Rumson, N.J. 11x16 in. $30



009polo: The Lakewood Polo Team. This hand colored half tones shows one of the teams that was playing in the national Championships at Saratoga. Published in 1902, the players shown are Kingdon Gould, Jay Gould, Benjamin Nicoll, and George Gould. 13x9 in. $50
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010polo: New York - New Quarters and Playground of the Westchester Polo Club, In Prospect Park, Brooklyn - Opening Match of the Season, June 11th. Very nice hand colored wood engraving from the June 28, 1879 cover of Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. 11x16 in. $60
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011polo: The International Polo Championship. Six half tones from a 1902 issue of Harper's Weekly. Images show the five American contenders that competed in England and their horses. 11x16 in. $30
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012polo: Hand colored wood engraving from the February 16, 1895 issue of The Graphic. A Cross at Polo. Image shows what is known as a "Cross" in Polo, where one rider pulls in front of another causing him to slow or or collide. An accident like this one in India is common when this play is made. 11x16 in. $50



013polo: Very nice hand colored half tone from an 1894 issue of Harper's Weekly. "Riding Out." drawn by W.S. Vanderbilt Allen, shows two Polo players in the middle of a game. 11x16 in. $40



014polo: Polo Players on Spirited Ponies and Army Mules. These half tone images were printed c1925. Images show the Army and Navy polo teams scrimmaging with each other at Governors Island in NY. 11x16 in. $30



015polo: Hand colored half tone from a 1903 issue of Harper's Weekly. A Goal in Sight, drawn by George Gibbs. Shows several players playing polo. 18x13 in. $90



016polo: Cover of the June 7, 1913 issue of Harper's Weekly. A Leader of American Sport. Half tone print of Captain Harry Payne Whitney the leader of the American Polo team, who brought the Americans to victory in 1909 and again in 1911 in the Hurlingham Cup. 10.5x15.5 in. $30
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017polo: Colored half tone from the April 28, 1923 issue of La Vie Parisienne. Image shows a woman on horseback playing polo. 9.5x13 in. $25



018polo: 1886 Men Playing Polo at Newport. Hand colored full page engraved image from Harper's Weekly titled, "The International Polo Tournament at Newport" drawn by T. De Thulstrup. Shows a group of men playing polo at Newport. 22 X 16in. $190


020polo: 1882 Image of the Game of Polo. Gorgeous hand colored engraved image titled,"A Game of Polo," drawn by James E. Kelly from Harper's Weekly. Shows scene of men playing a game of Polo with spectators in the distance. 11 x 16in. $50



021polo: 1874 The Game Of "Polo". Hand colored wood engraving published in Harper's Weekly on September 5, 1874. Large picture depicts lots of men engaged in a game of polo. 16x22in. $150



022polo:
1895 Hand colored half-tone featured in Harper's Weekly titled, "Tennis and Polo at Newport," drawn by Max Klepper. Top scene shows polo players in an image titled, "A Critical Moment." Center image is titled, "Watching the Game From the Club House." Bottom image is titled, "Casino Tennis Courts."
16 x 11 in. $60



120lni: 1889 Long Island Nassau County Polo Scene. Large, beautifully hand colored engraving from Harper's Weekly, titled "Polo at Cedarhurst." Shows a scene in the middle of a polo match, where both teams are competing for the ball. In excellent condition. size: 16x22 in. $150
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