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1868 Pioneer West. Authentic wood engraving from the front page of an 1868 Harper's Weekly. Shows people at work on 
their log cabins. 
11x16 in. $60 

1884 Colton's hand colored map of Oregon, Washington and Idaho.
17 x 13-1/2 in. $300

1874 Staging in the Far West. Antique, four hand-colored scenes from the far West. Engravings accompanied by text. From an 1874 issue of Harper's Weekly. 11x16 in. $50

1873 Western Settlers Battling Indians. Hand colored engraving shows settlers being attacked by Indians. Published 
in an 1873 issue of 
Harper's Weekly. 
11x16 in. $60

1874 Western Pioneer Emigration Scenes. Four hand colored engravings on one page from Harper's Weekly. Each image shows a typical scene in the lives of emigrants moving west: 1) In the emigrant train; 2) Switched Off (shows a group of emigrants at a rural train station, waiting for a connecting train); 3) Building the Log Cabin; and 4) Laying the Fences. 
11x16 in. $50

1880 Scenes in the American West. Hand colored engraving from the Illustrated London News, showing people and scenery in the American far West. Includes views of Colorado miners, African American immigrants in Kansas, and pioneers 
camping on the prairie. 
11x16 in. $80

1887 Harper's Weekly wood engraving titled, "A Quarrel Over Cards -- A Sketch from a New Mexican Ranch." Drawn by Frederic Remington.
16 x 11 in.

Old Rare 1863 Western Map. This is a fascinating map. It was published by A.J. Johnson in Johnson's Family Atlas of 1863. The full title of the map is "Johnson's California, Utah, Nevada, Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona." Arizona extends westward into what is now the southern tip of Nevada. The routes of various western exploring parties are shown throughout the map, as well as pony express trails and the route of the proposed railroad across the southwest to California. The names of Indian tribes appear in the areas where they lived. This map has original hand coloring and is in very good condition, with only a small repair that reinforces the centerfold at the 
lower portion of the map. 
18x26 in. $350

1886 An Apache Raid. This hand colored engraving shows a settler family being led away by Apaches at gunpoint with a house burning in the background. This geinuine antique print is from the June, 1886 edition of Frank Leslie's Illustrated. 
11x16 in. $80

1885: Story illustration by artist R. Caton Woodville. This beautiful hand colored engraving is from the cover of the June 1885 edition of Harper's Weekly. The illustration is from the serial "Maruja" and is titled: "The Long Detaching Rings Again Writhed in Mid-Air and Softly Descended as He Thundered Past." 
11x16 in. $80

1890: Sketches on a Journey to California in the Overland Train. Eight hand colored engravings showing: Oakes Ames pyramid-highest point on the road, Nevada stage coach, emigrant camp-Omaha Nebraska, rusultant type of scenery in Nebraska, resultant type in Nevada, Piute Squaw-Humboldt Nevada, American Indians according to an English tourists camera, Echo Canyon Utah-first glimpse of Mormondom and Shoshones selling trinkets-Utah.This unique print is from the March, 1890 edition of Harper's Weekly. 
16x22 in. $150

Custer’s Expedition to the Black Hills of Dakota 1874. (2 years before the big battle.) 3 vignettes Comanche's & Apaches – Council of War, a scout being surrounded by Apaches and a party of Cheyenne. Hand colored wood engraving.
7 x 22 in. $60

RARE Old West Cowboy Scene: Breaking Camp. Hand colored engraving from the Oct. 2, 1880 issue of Harper's Weekly, titled "Among the Cow-Boys. Breaking Camp." Cowboys are shown readying their horses for a long day of riding, and packing 
up their belongings. 
11x16 in. $90

C.1860 Johnson's Washington, Oregon and Idaho hand colored engraved map.
18 x 14 in. $180

1884: Cowboy Convention, St. Louis Missouri. This hand colored, wood-engraved print is from the December 6, 1884 issue of Harper's Weekly. The print is titled "First National Convention of Cattle-Men at St. Louis." It contains four scenes, each with its own caption: 1) "The Convention in Session;" 2) "Parade of the Mackerel Guards;" 3) "Souvenir Medal Presented by the Citizens to the Delegates;" and 4) School Children Presenting a Drum to the Cow-Boy Band."
Very good condition.
11x16 in. $80

1880 Print: Western Pioneers at Home.
This hand colored, wood-engraved print is from  Harper's Weekly. The print is titled "The Settler's First Home in the Far West." It shows a pioneer family outside their cabin, with a lake in the distance. This print is in excellent condition. Size is 11x16 in. $60

1889 Zogbaum Western Cavalry Horse Print. This hand colored, wood-engraved print is from the Sept. 28, 1889 issue of Harper's Weekly. The print is titled "Cavalry on the March--Danger Ahead." It shows a group of US Army Cavalry men on horseback, riding through the dry Southwestern countryside. This print is in
excellent condition.
16x22 in. $140

1880 Among The Cowboys- Betting on the Bull Fight. This hand colored engraving shows a group of cowboys betting on two bulls who have moved away from the herd to decide who is in charge. This genuine antique print is from the November, 1880 edition of Harper's Weekly.
11x22 in. $80

1930 Hand color lithographed cover for The Saturday Evening Post by Norman Rockwell which shows a man applying
make-up to a cowboy.
14 x 10 in. $80

1873 Western Pioneers on the Plains. Nicely hand colored steel engraving from Picturesque America, an 1873 book about American scenery. Title is "Emigrants Crossing the Plains." Shows a train of pioneers in their covered wagons, with cattle and horses, moving across the rolling hills of the Midwestern prairie. 9x12 in. $80

1879 Images of cowboys in different territories of the United States. Beautifully hand colored engraved images titled, "Sketches in the Territories of the United States," drawn by C.S. Peach from The Graphic.
11 x 16in. $80

Image of antelopes being chased on the plains. Gorgeous hand colored engraved image titled, "Antelope-Hunting on the Plain," drawn by Maurand.
11 x 16in. $60

1883 Image of Crow Indians dancing around the campfire. Beautifully hand colored engraved image titled, "A Dance of Crow Indians," drawn by Farny from Harper's Weekly.
11 x 16in. $80


1887 Picture of a horse auction on the Frontier. Elegantly hand colored engraved image titled, "A Horse Auction on the Frontier," drawn by R.F. Zogbaum from Harper's Weekly.
11 x 16in. $80


1887 Picture of soldiers escorting a paymaster. Beautiful full page hand colored engraved image titled, "With a Paymaster's Escort," from drawn by Zogbaum from Harper's Weekly.
22 x 16in. $ 140

Image of indians talking to a soldier regarding a skeleton. Elegant full page hand colored engraved image titled, "The Last Token." 22 x 16in. $90


1886 "Painting The Town Red." - Drawn By R.F. Zogbaum. Hand colored wood engraving published in Harper's Weekly on October 16, 1886. Scene depicts happy-go-lucky ruffians riding into town on their horses.
16 x 22 in. $225
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Harper's Weekly
December 13, 1890
Harvest hands on their way to the wheat fields of the
Northwest- drawn
by WA Rogers
11 x 16 in. $80

J.C. Fremont - Portrait of this famous exlorer of the West, handsome steel engraving. c.1870 **Waterstain on top left and right; see picture.
6 x 9 3/4 in. $75


Fremont - Exploring Expedition to Rocky Mountains 1845. Fine copy of this important map. Features top in profile - Map is whole West from Kansas to Pacific Ocean. Oregon, Spanish Trails are shown along with Sierra Nevada and Rivers. Also detailing the various Native American tribes.
31 3/4 x 50 7/8 in. $1500

Military Map of the United States Lawrence 1857 - A large and very handsome (horizontally) lithographed and original colored map of the United States, focusing on the Military Forts and Military Districts in the United States. Shows also the "Extreme Line of Outposts in 1845" and several major roads to the west.  The various military Departments are also named.  Includes a number of short lived forts west of the Mississippi. Map by Quartermaster General, 35th Congress, 1st Session, Senate Ex. Doc. 11. Condition: Excellent, multiple horizontal and vertical folds (barely visible) hardly any aging spots, this map is in excellent condition for its age.
size 29.5 x 13.5 image

Pony Express. Very Rare. “Arrival at Sacramento City.” 1860. Wood engraving. New York Illustrated News.
5 x 10 in. $150

Covered Wagon 1891 “In Seach of a New Home.” A scene in the far west by John Charlton. Hand colored, wood engraving. The Graphic.
11 x 15 7/8 in. $40

Frank Leslie's Illustrated
February 3, 1872
Whisky on the Plains
A party of Indians discovering that a lot of contraband whisky is being destroyed by the authorities, endeavor to
save what they can.
11 x 16in. $100

Harper's Weekly
Indian Warfare Discovery
 of the Village. Drawn
by R.F. Zogbaum
16 x 11 in. $80

Harper's Weekly
January 27, 1866
Our artists trip on the overland route- Council of war on the plains - four images featuring the Atchison and Pikes Peak Railroad, and the start of the line in Atchison, Kansas.
11 x 16 in.  $80

Harper's Weekly
January 27, 1866
Indian Delegation of Iowas, Sacs and Foxes from Nebraska to Washington - photographed
by A Gardner
Seated portrait of Tar-a-kee, Pe-ti-o-ki-ma, Lag-er-lash and Too-hi Hand Colored
11 x 16 in. $90

1903 Lithograph Cowgirl song sheet published by The Tolbert A Ingram Music Co., Denver, CO. Title of song is, "The Girl Who Loved Out In The Golden West." Poem inside by C.H. Scoggins and Music by Charles Avril. Three double-sided sheets in all. In good condition.
13-1/2 x 10-1/2 in. $45

1911 Color lithographed cover with the music for Arizona Mary. Inset on cover of Katharine Traver, the actress who starred in the production as Arizona Mary.
13-1/2 x 10-1/2 in. $45

1912 Lithograph Don't You Worry, Dearie or Little Girlie, When I Come Back Home song sheet in good condition. Inset half-tone of Grace Wilson, the Girl with a Million Friends. Three double-sided sheets in all. The Chicago Publisher, Chicago, Ill.
14 x 10-1/2 in. $50

1935 Lithograph Bury Me Out on the Prairie song sheet with half-tone inset showing "The Westerners (Massey Family)." In good condition. Published by the Calumet Music Co., Chicago, Illinois. Song sheet includes chords for ukulele and guitar, along with Hawaiian guitar
chorus music notation.
Two double-sided sheets in all.
12 x 9-1/2 in. $20

Original 1843-1844 Fremont Expedition Map showing the Rocky Mountains, Oregon and Northern California with some modern coloring on mountains and elevations. Map is in
fine condition.
52 x 34 in. $2,000

1883 Hand colored wood engraving titled, "Texas -- Cattle-Driving in the Pan-Handle Region." From sketches by Warren Johnson.
16 x 11 in. $100

1875 Color lithograph titled, "Toro-Mucho, Chief of a Band of Kioways," from the Colorado Exploring Expedition.
11 x 9 in. $120

1875 Hand colored lithograph titled, "Chemehuevis," from the Colorado Exploring Expedition.
11 x 9 in. $120

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