This is a Small Selection of our Huge Inventory of Antique
1874 Scottish Covenanters During Prayer. Wood engraving from an 1874 issue of Harper's Weekly shows Scottish Covenanters praying before a battle. Covenanters were presbyterians bound by oath to sustain one another in the defense of their religion.
22x26 in. $30
1891 Map of Scotland. Map published in 1891 shows Scotland with two smaller insets of Glasgo and Edinburgh. Map shows provinces by color towns, steam routes, railways, canals, battlefields and elevations. 13x20 in. $50
1875 Scottish Countryside Scene. Color wood engraving published in an 1875 issue of Harper's Weekly shows a mother and her child with several cows in the Scottish countryside. The title is "Morning on the Moors." 11x16 in. $40
1917 Map of Scotland. Map of Scotland was published in the World Atlas and Gazetteer in 1917. It shows Scotland's major geographical details and includes a key of the country's counties, cities, and towns in the lower margin. Also shows two inset maps of Edinburgh and the Orkney and Shetland Islands. 10x14 in. $40
1897 Century Map of Scotland. Map of Scotland was published in the Century Atlas of 1897. It shows major geographical details, as well as counties, cities, highways, submarine telegraph lines, canals, steamship lines, lighthouses and battlefields. Map also shows an inset map of Glasgow and its vicinity.
12x16 in. $40
1839 Map of the British Isles. Color, copper engraved map published in 1839 shows England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland and the Shetland Islands. Map shows cities, towns and geographical features. Map also shows the rail road
lines in England.
9x11 in. $50
1855 J.H. Colton original hand colored engraved map of Scotland. Colton was among the earliest map makers with very accurate maps.
17-1/2 x 14-1/2 in. $110
1815 Ruins on the English-Scottish Border, 1815 steel engraving showing the Bugle Horn of the Castle of Carslogie and the Banner of Douglas at the Battle of Otterbourne 15x12in. $30
1802 Benledi, Sketched on the spot by Alex Campbell London Published March 1, 1802 8.5x11in. $30
1921 The King's Highland Home At Which He Spends His Autumn Holiday which features scenes from Scotland, printed in half-tone from The Graphic, August 13, 1921.
1876 Off to the Highlands on the Oban Boat, Drawn by J.E. Hodgson, A.R.A. Wood engraving from The Graphic, July 22, 1876. 21.5x16in. (Condition: Split from bottom middle up halfway) $30
1837 Cape Wrath (North Highlands) Steel engraving by W.H. Bartlett 11x8.5in. $30
1802 Stirling from the South, Sketched on the Spot by Alex Campbell London, Published March 1, 1802 11.5x8.5in. $30
1876 Views in the Highlands, From Drawings by Samuel Read, Lithograph from an Extra Supplement to the Illustrated London News, August 5, 1876. (Condition: Stain in upper left corner) 10.5x16in. $30
1876 "The Wild West Coast of the North Countrie" - From a Painting by S. Read, in the Philadelphia Exhibition, titled, "The Wild West Coast of the North Countrie." Wood engraving published in Harper's Weekly on June 10, 1876. 16x22in. $30
1827 View of the Old City of Edinburgh, Drawn by W.M. Craig. Wood engraving from the Original Drawing by the Marchione's of Stafford 11x8.5in. $50
1834 Scotland I map, Published by Baldwin & Gradock, London 16x13in. $60
1834 Scotland II map, published by Baldwin & Gradock, London.
16 x 13-1/2 in. $60
1896 Scotland Southern Section map, By John Bartholomew & Co., Edinburgh 8.5x7in. $30
C.1920 Edinburgh, Scotland map.
13-1/2 x 11 in. $30
1948 Scotland - Southern Section map by John Bartholomew & Co. from the Edinburgh Geographical Institute, published in "The Times" Atlas, Plate 21.
1892 Cumberland map, Vol. VI, Plate XI, published in the Encyclopedia Britannica, Ninth Edition 10x15in. $30
1892 Glasgow (Scotland) map, including Plan of Dundee in upper section 11.5x14.5in. $30
1879 Ireland in Provinces and Counties/County Map of Scotland (Both maps framed as one in garland of leaves border) 15x12in. $50
Original Harper's Weekly (1867) Seven prints on one page, plus text, of Scottish Games. Red mark of (3) in upper right-hand corner. Color: Black and White. Type: Wood Engraving. Size: 11x16 in. $30
1834 Lightly hand colored steel engraved map of Edinburgh, Reduced under the Superintendence of the Society for the Diffusion of Knowledge (S.D.U.K.) which is embellished with a vignette of Edinburgh Castle. Bottom of map shows the comparison of heights of prominent buildings. Map is in fine condition and is published by Baldwin & Cradock, London.
16 x 13-1/2 in. $175
C.1900 Photogravure showing "Edinburgh, the New Town."
Image with border:
22-3/4 x 17-1/2 i. $50
C.1900 Photogravure showing, "Edinburgh, the Old Town." This is a romantic black and white view
by J. Mac Whirter.
Image with border:
22-1/2 x 17-1/2 in. $80
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C.1860 Hand colored lithograph published by Day & Son showing the Glammis Castle, Forfarshire - Scotland's most beautiful castle.
13 x 9-1/2 in. $40
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