is a Small Selection of our Huge Inventory of
1885 REMINGTON PRINT - BUFFALO SOLDIERS. Very important early print, a collaboration between T. de Thulstrup and Frederic Remington. "Ejecting an "Oklahoma Boomer." Black Cavalry soldiers intercept early would-be settlers. This is Remington's first "Buffalo Soldier" print. Front page Harper's, 1885.
11" x 16"
1889 R.F. Zogbaum - Cheyenne Scouts at Drill. This hand colored engraving is from the front page of the May, 1889 edition of Harper's Weekly.
11" x 16" $60
1886 Lady camping in the Far West. Several hand colored views on one page from The Graphic magazine.
11x16 in. $50
1888 Afternoon Stables. Hand colored antique engraving by Rufus Zogbaum.
11x16 in. $60
1873 Pioneers crossing the plains. Hand colored steel engraving. 9x12 in. $50
1889 Rocky Mountain Pack Team. Five old hand colored antique views on one page, showing activities of a pack outfit in the Rocky Mountains. London Illustrated. 11x16 in. $50
1889 The Frontier Trooper's Thanatopsis from the painting by Frederic Remington.This black and white wood engraving is from the April, 1889 edition of Harper's Weekly. Cavalry officer standing next to his horse, contemplating a skull.
size 11x16 in. $120
1889 Present for the Company Commander. Troops delivering dead bear to the commander. 11x16 in. $60
1855 Buffalo Herd print. A herd of bison, drawn by John Mix Stanley from railroad exploration expedition in the West. Antique color lithograph.
8x10 in. $90
1886 Soldiering in the Southwest-The Rescue of Corporal Scott. Drawn by Frederic Remington from the cover of the August, 1886 edition of Harper's Weekly.
size: 11x16 in. $140
1899 With The Regulars At Port Tampa - Ninth United States Cavalry Skirmishing Through the Pines - Drawn by Frederick Remington. Hand colored half-tone published by Harper's & Brothers from Harper's Pictorial History Of the War With Spain. Picture depicts a group of Rough Riders riding in a single line through the pines. 16x22in. Remington $140
1899 Leslie's Weekly half-tone images showing nine images of Captain Howze's Sixth-Cavalry Boys in their wonderfully clever horseback riding and acrobatic feats at West Point. "Rough Riders in
Uncle Sam's Service."
22 x 16 in. $80
1888 Western Scout by Rufus F. Zogbaum. Original Harper's Weekly Front Page. Color: Water Color. Type: Wood Engraving.
Size: 11x16 in. $60
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