Pictures & Mirrors

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Early 18th c. Equestrian Copper Plate Engraving, Plate 14, pub. in Germany c. 1720

Early 18th c. Equestrian Copper Plate Engraving Plate 49, pub. in Germany c. 1720

The Wedding” by Amos Amit, 353/500, 1995

“The Holydays” by Amos Amit, 415/500

“Noah’s Ark” by Amos Amit, 376/500

Chromolithograth of Lindenia Orchids by John Linden, Belgium, c. 1880 (Sobralia Violacea)

Chromolithograth of Lindenia Orchids by John Linden, Belgium, c. 1880 (Zygopetalum Gautieri)

Chromolithograth of Lindenia Orchids by John Linden, Belgium, c. 1880 (Epidendrum Capartianum)

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EarlyFlame Mahogany Mirror

Pair of Oval Vintage Floral Prints

Russian Icon of St. Nicholas 19th Century

“Forced Passage In To The Second Pyramid of Ghizeh” Plate 11, Hand Colored Engraving by Giovanni Battista Belzoni, Published 1820 by John Murray of London 1820, dimensions 11″x 9″

“General View of Karnak Looking Towards Biban-El-Malook” Plate 200 Original Tinted Lithograph by David Roberts from The Holy Land, Syria, Idumea, Arabia, Egypt and Nubia published in 1856. Dimensions 9 1/2″ x 7″

“Portico of the Temple of Dendera” Plate 161, Original Tinted Lithograph by David Roberts from The Holy Land, Syria, Idumea, Arabia, Egypt and Nubia published in 1856. Dimensions 9 1/2″ x 7″

Hamilton Halloween Print
by Helen Jean Smith

 

Hand-drawn picture of “Captain Janes’s [sic] quarters at Fort Stevens, Ogn.” (Oregon) in period frame, measures 7″ x 10″,
FYI, Fort Stevens was active from 1863-1947. It saw its only action on June 21, 1942, when a Japanese sub shelled the fort. It was the first installation since the War of 1812 to come under attack. The Fort’s commander did not return fire and there was no damage. Note that Ft. Stevens was named for Terrritorial Governor General Isaac Ingalls Stevens who was killed at Chantilly, VA in 1862.

California School Impressionistic Spring Landscape Oil on Canvas board- unsigned 9 x 12 inches

The Goodnight Kiss lithograph published by George Stinson & Co 1879

Watercolor, “Wave of Craven”, By Beth Mills

“How Like Grandma” – Chromolithograph by Charles Burton Barber (1845-1894)

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“L’ Hiver” (“The Winter”) – Lithograph published by Cragin & Company, c. 1888

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Lithograph late 1800’s Girl w sled