is a Small Selection of our Huge Inventory of Antique
C.1850 L'Avarice French color lithograph showing a miser counting his money, unaware that he is being spied upon through a window on the ceiling. Published by
Chez Gosselin, Paris.
17 x 12 in. $250
1890 Express Industry Tycoons. Hand colored engraved portraits of "The Express Business and Its Chiefs." Harper's.
10x16 in. $50
1930 Henry Ford Article. Entire issue of the New York Times Magazine, April 13, 1930, 24 pages. Front page article on the school built by Ford in Sudbury, Massachusetts. 11-1/2x16-1/2 in. $30
1902 Price of Prosperity Print. Original color litho front page of Judge, the political humor magazine. Shows American Prosperity being a magnet for diseases, foreign poverty, escaped convicts, political
exiles and other parasites.
9x13 in. $30
1903 Financial Building views. This hand colored rare half tone shows 3 views of financial institution in New York. The Morton Trust Co. is pictured twice on Cedar St. and then on Nassau St., the third view is of the Guaranty Trust Co. at Nassau and Cedar. This print is from a 1903 edition of King's
Views of New York.
10x15 in. $40
1889 The Centennial Celebration - President Harrison Landing at the Foot of Wall Street,Monday, April 29. Drawn by De Thulstrup and Bodfish. Hand colored wood engraving published in Harper's Weekly, A Journal of Civilization.
16 x 11 in. $50
1885 Wall Street Bank Building views. Five black & white original antique engravings on one page. Shows exterior and interior views of a new building on Wall St.
16x11 in. $30
1852 Royal Exchange view. Fine black & white antique engraving of the Exchange building in
London. Shows busy street
scene in foreground.
10-1/2x7 in. $60
1888 The Humors of the Presidential Capaign in New York City. A Political Procession Passing Down Wall Street- An Avalanche of Telegraphic Tape. This hand colored engraving is from Frank Leslie's
11x16 in. $80
C.1905 Chromolithograph titled, "Discrimination" showing how the selfish millionaire takes care of and how he treats his patrons. One scene shows a line of boys waiting to do men's work; the bottom image shows people trying to resuscitate other people who have been hit by a passing train; at the Inwood Station, an impatient passenger asks the ticket agent if the train will ever come, after he'd been waiting a very long time, to which the ticket agent responds that there's no telegraph wire and he'll have to
find out for himself!
19-1/2 x 13 in. $80
1872 Sketches of the Bank of England. Hand-colored antique wood engravings of two scenes at the Bank of England showing the burning of old bank notes and the entrance to bullion vaults.
11x16 in. $50
1874 Scene from the Liverpool, England Exchange. Color wood engraving published in an 1874 issue of Harper's Weekly shows
traders at the Liverpool,
11x16 in. $40
1895 New York Clearing House. Engraving published in an 1895 issue of Scientific American. It shows the New York Clearing House on Cedar Street between Broadway and Nassau. Accompanied by text.
10x11 in. $30
1889 Hand colored wood engraving featured in Harper's Weekly titled, "The Centennial Exercises in Front of the Sub-Treasury -- President Harrison Delivering His Address." Drawn by H.A. Ogden.
Image shows the front of the
Sub-Treasury on Wall Street.
16 x 11 in. $75
1895 Reform in New York's Police Courts -- Drawn by Charles Broughton. Two hand colored half-tones showing before then after the Reformation.
16 x 11 in. $40
1883 New York City - Views Of The Stock Exchange On Broad Street, Near Wall, The Great Financial Centre Of The Union, During Business Hours. Hand colored wood engraving published in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. Six engraved scenes depict: A Pool of Men; Some of the Members; Floor of the Exchange; Ladies' Gallery; Subscriber's Department;
and A Holiday Frolic.
1901 Harper's Weekly hand colored half-tone titled, "A Flurry in Wall Street," which shows a scene in the financial district following the
news of the strike by the
15-1/2 x 10-1/2 in. $80
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1873 Harper's Weekly hand colored wood engraving showing scenes in Wall Street during the Panic. Upper lefthand corner shows a troubled man who has lost all his money; top image shows a sweating paying teller; top right image shows a greedy man sitting atop his money bags. Jay Cooke & Company office is shown, along with the Union Trust company; and other scenes.
15-1/2 x 10-1/2 in. $60
1866 Hand colored wood engraving showing Wall Street, New York. Featured in Harper's Weekly, A Journal of Civilization.
16 x 11 in. $70
1894 Hand colored half-tone featured in Harper's Weekly. Scene shows the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Drawn by E.V. Nadherny.
21-1/2 x 15-1/2 in. $180
1864 Harper's Weekly hand colored wood engraving showing the Great Cleveland Meeting of Business Men in Wall Street. Drawn by Charles Graham and W.P. Snyder.
16 x 11 in. $60
Black & White: $40
1881 Hand colored wood engraving showing a Perspective View of the United Bank Building on Broadway and Wall Street in New York City. Featured in American Architect and Building News. Peabody & Stearns were the Architects.
13 x 9 in. $40
1888 Puck hand colored wood engraving titled, "Triumphant Democracy" To the Rescue." Scene caption: "The Old Blaine Mill Will Start Again and Carnegie Will Furnish the Grist." Andrew Carnegie is shown furnishing the Annual Personal Profits from the Poorly Protected Edgar
Thompson Iron Works.
13-1/2 x 10 in. $60
1907 Hand colored half-tone by James Montgomery Flagg titled, "The Spendthrift."
15 x 10 in. $60
1890 Harper's Weekly hand colored wood engraving by Arthur J. Goodman titled, "The Express Business and Its Chiefs."
16 x 11 in. $50
1878 Hand colored wood engraving showing Ex-Governor E.D. Morgan bidding in the Erie Railway for $6,000,000, at the real Estate Salesroom, August 24, 1878 in New York City.Featured in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
16 x 11 in. $50
1898 W.A. Rogers hand colored half-tone image of men and women buying war bonds at the Sub-Treasury in New York City.
16 x 11 in. $60
1903 Hand colored half-tones showing, from left to right, the Wall Street Exchange; J. & W. Seligman & Co., Bankers; and Corn Exchange Bank. Featured in King's
Views of New York.
14 x 10 in. $50
1873 The Daily Graphic, An Illustrated Evening Newspaper wood engraved front cover showing a large, pompous man holding a Railroad Bond, with a caption
under him that reads,
"Very Much Like A Wail."
21 x 14 in. $60
1857 Hand colored wood engraving showing a scene from The Panic in Wall Street. Article above image tells the story. Featured in Harper's Weekly, A Journal of Civilization.
15-1/2 x 11 in. $50
1907 Half-tone image showing, "The Millionaires' Church in America's Throgmorton Street: Holy Trinity, Wall Street, Enveloped by Skyscrapers." Featured in The Illustrated London News.
16 x 11 in. $25
1855 Hand colored wood engraving showing the New Tontine Building, in Wall Street. Featured in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
10-1/2 x 8 in. $30
Color lithograph showing Vanerbilt, Gould, Field, and Russell caving up Manhattan's Railroad and shipping lines. Published by Puck. German Edition. c1880.
13 1/2 x 10 in. $80
1884: NY Wall Sreet Produce Exchange. Original Harper's Weekly (1884). New York Wall Street Produce Exchange Building.
Color: Water Color.
Type: Wood Engraving.
11x16 in. $35
C.1835 The Political Drama No. 12. Hand colored copper engraving showing the political factions in England -- The Whig, the Tory, the Liberal, the Ultra Radical.
15 x 9 in. $150
1907 Puck Lithograph- "Don't Yer Ever Get Enough, Yer Darn Hog?" 12.5x8.5 in.$45
1811 "New Roads of the Temple of Fortune." Citizens choosing their path to fortune.
Copper Engraving pub.
By M. Jones of Newgate Street.
8x11 in. $125
Puck (German) Advertising overtakes Statue of Liberty-
Illus. T Obber
12.5x8.5 in. $150
C.1900 Lithograph (French pub.) states "Quand je recus du jeune homme, un coup sous le menton et je vis ma demi-guinee passer de ma bouche dans sa main." Young man in the wagon strikes the person standing, and knocks the coin from his mouth.
11x7.5 in. $50
1854 Gleason's "The Art Of Making Money Plenty
in Every Man's Pocket -- Ben Franklin's illustrated
suggestions for making money.
1909 Puck's "The Gleaner." The field of municipal revenue
being gleaned by public
12x17.5 in. $125
1817 Color lithograph titled, "Battle Royal or Which Is It?"
14 x 8 in. $90
1881 Judge Lithograph "Our Defaulting Book-Keeper's 12 vignettes about thievery."
13.5x8.5 in. $90
1864 Harper's Chicago Stock Exchange includes portraits of new Senators- Kenna, McPherson, Anthony, Bowen, Tabor, Plumb. 11x16 in. $40
1883 Harper's Weekly Cover "Evacuation Day- Unveiling
Wards statue of
Washington in Wall Street."
1884 Harper's Weekly, "The Great Cleveland Meeting of Business Men in Wall Street." Hand colored
11x16 in. $60
Circa 1890s Leslie's Weekly "War Rumors in Wall Street -Almost a Panic in the New York Stock Exchange, Feb 24th."
11x16 in. $50
November 30, 1881 Matted chromolithograph from Puck titled, "Getting Ahead Of the Banks. -- After All, the Old-Fashioned Way of Keeping your Valuables is the Best!" Artist is F. Opper and Publisher is Keppler & Schwarzmann. Scene portrays a young lad with partial business attire holding a large shovel as he digs a hole in the grass under a tree in hopes of burying his prized possessions. The banks in the background are either broken,
burst or shaky. Image itself is 12-3/4 x 9-1/2 in. Total size which includes mat is 19 x 15-1/2 in. $150
1895 Hand colored half-tones from Harper's Weekly showing four views of "The Chicago Stock-Exchange," drawn by J. Gleeson After Photographs.
15-1/2 x 10-1/2 in. $50
c.1920s-1940 Collection of six original 1040 Income Tax Forms which would be a great conversation topic! Set includes 1921, 1926, 1928, 1933, 1935, and 1940 -- all sold as one set.
1882 Hand colored wood engraving featured in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper showing the Produce Exchange. Title of engraving is, "New York City -- Holiday Frolic of the Grain and Provision Men of the Produce Exchange, Dec. 31st."
16 x 11 in. $60
1873 Hand colored wood engraving featured in Harper's Weekly, A Journal of Civilization showing Wall Street in ruins as President Grant tries saving Columbia. Title of engraving is, "Out of the Ruins."
16 x 11 in. $90
1885 Hand colored wood engraving featured in Harper's Weekly titled, "Opening of the New York Cotton Exchange." Drawn by W.P. Snyder.
16 x 11 in. $60
1904 Half-tone portrait of John D. Rockefeller, The Richest Man in the World, copyright by Ames.
13 x 9 in. $60
1910 Color half-tone advertisement for New York City Lots, 40 Minutes from Broadway for only $390 Each or $5 Monthly. Noted as the "Greatest Offer in Real Estate History!" (Probably true.)
14 x 10 in. $80
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