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St. Louis Civil War Fortifications. Four hand colored views on one page of the fortifications built to protect the St. Louis US Arsenal.
11x16 in. $50
1903 St. Louis Expo views. Six half-tone views on one page, from Scientific American. 11x15-12/ in. $30
1933 St. Louis Topographical Map. Color litho map shows Mississippi River and East St. Louis. Very large detailed amp from US Dept. of Interior Geological Survey. 21x25 in. $60
1873 St. Louis. Probably the best 19th Century view of the city. Wonderful view of the riverboats in the river. Rare hand colored steel engraving from Picturesque America.
12.5x9.5 in. $60
1910 St. Louis Map. Large scale hand colored map. Shows both sides of Mississippi River and important buildings.
By Rand McNally.
14-1/2x21 in. $60
1888 Parks of St. Louis. Five attractive hand colored
views of the Victorians
enjoying their parks.
16x11 in. $60
1883 Levee Repairs at St. Louis. Night scene shows workmen repairing the levee to contain the floods.
Hand colored Harper's.
16x11 in. $50
1867 Mitchell St. Louis Map. Original hand color.
12x15 in. $80
St. Louis Civil War scene. Early industry in St. Louis. Antique hand colored view of Floating Mortar Batteries being constructed. Good River view from Harper's. 16x10-1/2 in. $50
1873 St. Louis scenes. Seven hand colored engravings depicting various city scenes. 8-1/2x12-1/2 in. $40
1873 St. Louis views. Nine old hand colored views engraved on one page. 8-1/2x12-1/2 in. $40
1889 St. Louis and the World's Fair of 1882. Views of the parks, streets, public buildings and resorts, etc. of the city. Twelve views: Street scene on Fifth St., Clubhouse and grand stand, Fairgrounds, ampitheatre at fairgrounds, Shakespeare statue and Humboldt Statue, Tower Grove Park, the Missouri Botanical Gardens, Music Pavillion in Forest Park, Tower Grove Park from Grand Ave., Statue of Columbus Tower, Grove Park, the Court house, the Exposition Building, and Samuel Cupples's residence on Pine Street. This double-page, hand colored engraving
is from Frank Leslie's
16x22 in. $150
1889 Missouri-The Annual Visit of the Veiled Prophet to St. Loiuis-Some of the Striking Features of the Brilliant Parade. Seven old nhand colored engravings showing: Nanon, the vieled prophet, Erminie, Mascot, Mikado, Orpheus, and a street scene. This double page antique engraving is from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
16x22 in. $180
1876 St. Louis, Missouri. This hand colored engraving shows the bridge, harbor, and steamers travelling up and down the river. This unique engraving is from Harper's Weekly.
16x11 in. $100
1881 Gray's hand colored New Map of Saint Louis by Frank A. Gray. Published in Philadelphia by
O.W. Gray & Son.
17 x 14 in. $90
C.1891 Hand colored Map of the Main Portion of St. Louis, which includes Explanation key for places of interest and street names. Published in the Atlas of the World.
14 x 11 in. $30
1901 Color lithographed
map of St. Louis.
14 x 11 in. $40
1857 Wood engraving from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper titled, "The Grand Celebration of the Ohio and Mississippi Railroad, Arrival of the Excursion Train at Midnight, Opposite St. Louis, The Guests Going on Board the Steamers Provided for Their Accommodation By that City for the Night
Previous To the Celebration."
16 x 11 in. $40
1884 Harper's Weekly hand colored wood engraving titled, "First National Convention of Cattlemen at St. Louis." Drawn by H.F. Farny.
16 x 11 in. $40
Hand colored lithographed map showing the Valley of the Minnesota & Mississippi Rivers in Sheet 4 and Diagram 1. Showing in upper left the Warren's Report Bridging Mississippi River. St. Louis is
shown on lower right.
24 x 15 in. $150
1862 Color Map of the Seat of War in the West, Including Southern Missouri, Northern Arkansas, and Western Kentucky and Tennessee, With the Localities of the Recent Victories at Forts Henry and Donelson, and the National and Rebel Positions." Featured in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
22 x 16 in. $100
Color Official Map of the St. Louis World's Fair with article about The Louisiana Purchase Exposition. Upper left corner has half-tone inset of the Printing-House of the
Crowell Publishing Company.
22 x 13-1/2 in. $60
1887 Hand colored wood engraving titled, "The Presidents Welcome to St. Louis." Drawn by Charles Graham. Featured in The Presidential Tour issue of Harper's Weekly.
16 x 11 in. $40
1887 Hand colored wood engraving from Harper's Weekly titled, "The Veiled Prophet's Pageant at St. Louis," from sketches by
Rogers and Graham.
16 x 11 in. $50
1887 Hand colored wood engraving from Harper's Weekly titled, "The Grand Army Celebration at St. Louis." Drawn by Charles Graham. Top image shows the Triumphal Arch and bottom image
shows the Court House.
16 x 11 in. $50
1884 Hand colored wood engraving from Harper's Weekly showing, the "First National Convention of Cattle-Men at St. Louis."
Drawn by H.F. Farny.
16 x 11 in. $80
1906 Rand McNally & Co. Indexed Atlas of St. Louis, showing the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, Forest Park, inset of Map of St. Louis and Vicinity and other
areas of interest.
27-1/2 x 20-1/2 in. $60
1921 Color Rand McNally Map of St. Louis and Vicinity featured in the Commercial Atlas of America.
21 x 14 in. $60
1886 Views in St. Louis Missouri. Nicely hand colored engraving from the Feb. 20, 1886 issue of Leslie's Weekly. Title is "Missouri: The City of St. Louis. Views of its Parks, Markets, Prominent Buildings, Important Public Works, Etc." Scene in the center is a panoramic view of the city from the dome of the court house. Surrounding scenes show
throughout the city.
16x22 in. $200
1906 Cram map of Saint Louis. Large extremely detailed hand colored map showing the city boundaries as well as some surrounding townships. Many street names are shown as well as railroad routes, Important buildings, parks and cemeteries, The Mississippi River and the location of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition
are shown in detail.
18x27 in. $80
1871 View of the Bridge Now Building Across the Mississippi At St. Louis - Sketched From the Shot-Tower by Robert P. Mallory. Hand colored wood engraving published in Every Sunday on January 14, 1871. Picture depicts a view of the bridge in background with several riverboats on the river and the city in foreground.
1888 St. Louis, From the Mississippi River - Drawn by Charles Graham; and Sketches In the Parks of St. Louis. Double-page hand colored wood engravings published in Harper's Weekly as a Supplement on July 9, 1888. Top engraving depicts St. Louis, as seen from the Mississippi River and bottom engraving depicts: 1. Gate of Tower Grove Park; 2. Parterre and Plant House, Shaw's Gardens; 3. The Museum, Shaw's Gardens; 4. The Pavillion in Forest Park; and 5. The Mausoleum, Shaw's Gardens. 16x22in. $150
1888 Steamboats on the Mississippi River -- Supplement to Harper's Weekly titled, "St. Louis, From the Mississippi River," drawn by Charles Graham. Top view is Looking North and bottom view shows the View of the levee from the bridge.
16 x 11 in. $80
1855 J. H. Colton original hand colored engraved map showing the City of St. Louis, Missouri on the left and the City of Chicago, Illinois on the right. Cities. 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.
1898 Color Rand, McNally & Co.'s Indexed Atlas of the World Map of St. Louis. Inset on bottom of St. Louis and Vicinity.
27-1/2 x 20-1/2 in. $120
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