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Prints listed here are all original, and as such some display the effects of age as many are over 100 years old.
Other than basic foxing issues all are in good shape, (as displayed) unless a specific issue is noted. Please contact us with any questions or concerns.

Duncan Grey

Duncan Grey

Very rich colors in this image based on a painting by Sir D. Wilkie RA. Printed by the Leighton Brothers, famous English printers in the 1800’s who started the “Illustrated London News”.

Columbus-J. Sartain

Columbus-J. Sartain

Very intriguing image after a painting by J.M.W. Turner. There are angels leading the way in the clouds. This was “Engraved for the Eclectic Museum by John Sartain”. Some foxing on the left side and was cut fairly close (1/4 in.) on the right. Additional information about John Sartain in the “About the artist” section.

The Fall of Troy-Sartain

The Fall of Troy-Sartain

Very nice image after a painting by George Jones, RA (1786-1869). Slight crease across the print. Unable to verify which Sartain to attribute the engraving to.

A Tease-J.R. Rice

A Tease-J.R. Rice

A very fun image, very clean print. “Engraved by J.R.Rice, Phila. expressly for Godey’s Lady Book”

Cascade near the Kanawhay-J. Sartain

Cascade near the Kanawhay-J. Sartain

A lovely image with rich soft tones after a painting by Russell Smith 1846. Minor age issues with print as shown. Additional information on John Sartain in “About the artist” section.

The Palace of the Caesars-Illman Brothers

The Palace of the Caesars-Illman Brothers

Illman Brothers engraving after a painting by J. M. W. Turner RA. Very interesting image in all its detail Good image with all over tanning of the paper.

Helga Von Cramm-Astley Church

Helga Von Cramm-Astley Church

Helga Von Cramm (1880-1901) was a Baroness, quite renowned for her landscapes. Her images were converted to chromolithographs by the renowned company, Vincent Brooks, Day & Son for quite a few books. These are some lovely bookplates.

Helga Von Cramm- Weihorn

Helga Von Cramm- Weihorn

Helga Von Cramm (1880-1901) was a Baroness, quite renowned for her landscapes. Her images were converted to chromolithographs by the renowned company, Vincent Brooks, Day & Son for quite a few books. These are some lovely bookplates.

Helga Von Cramm-The Jungfrau

Helga Von Cramm-The Jungfrau

A very nice chromolitho based on a Helga Von Cramm painting.

Lucy's new bonnet

Lucy’s new bonnet

Very sweet image from Peterson’s Magazine. Engraved from a photograph by Elliott and Fry. and Engraved by the Illman Brothers.

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