Cat Dog Antique Engravings & Hand Colored Lithographs

Browse our collection of hand colored cat dog engravings & antique lithographs. 18th & 19th Century artwork of cats dogs.  Felines canines.  Artists include Alfred Brunel, Mathias Merian, Compte de Buffon, Sir Edwin Landseer.  Please contact us if you are interested in a certain breed.  We have additional pieces to select from. Call 413-245-4197.

A Set of 6 Mid 18th Century Antique Cat Engravings by Compte de Buffon

A grouping of antique cat prints published Amsterdam & Paris 1749-1761.  The medium is copper plate engraving, on hand made hand laid rag paper. The water coloring was professionally added recently. A magnificent grouping of rare Buffon cat-dog engravings. Each of the six cats measures in at 7 1/2 x 9 1/4″. Priced at $1200. for the six.

Browse this collection of Buffon Cat Dog engravings published in Paris and Amsterdam from 1749 to 1761. George Leclerc Compte de Buffon was a famous French naturalist and scientist. Buffon was in charge of the King of France’s royal collection, so anything of a scientific nature went to Buffon first. He had lots of inherited wealth. He could produce expensive illustrated books on mammals such as Histoire Naturelle. The effort depicting animals resulted in fabulous illustrated books on natural history subjects.

Cassell’s dogs from our travelling show collection!

Here are exciting additions of dogs from our travelling show collection! Each of these beautiful antique lithographs were published in London, England in 1890 for Cassell’s Book of the Dog. Revered as some of the most beautiful antique lithographs of dogs ever published on the subject, these antique dog prints are exemplary of the technique of color lithography. The Cassells dogs book lithographs are in bright colors and excellent condition.  Each antique dog print measures 8 1/2 x 11 1/4″.  Call 413-245-4197 to place your order.

Compte de Buffon Dogs! Charming miniature 18th Century engravings.

Nine Eighteenth Century cat-dog engravings by Compte de Buffon. Miniature antique engravings from 1785-1804 with original water coloring applied when the book published.  Each piece measures: 3 1/2″ x 6 1/2-7″ Sold as a set of 9. Priced $750.  Call Anne at 413-245-4197.

Quarto Compte de Buffon Mid 18th Century Engravings, Sold Individually.

A grouping of antique dog prints published 1749-1761.  They are copper plate engravings, on hand made hand laid rag paper.  The water coloring in this rare Compte de Buffon edition is original to the set. A magnificent grouping of rare Buffon cat-dog engravings, each piece measures in at about 7 1/2 x 9 1/4″ and are priced at $175. each.

Browse the collection of Buffon Cat Dog engravings published in Paris and Amsterdam from 1749 to 1761. George Leclerc Compte de Buffon was a famous French naturalist and scientist. Buffon was in charge of the King of France’s royal collection, so anything of a scientific nature went to Buffon first. He had lots of inherited wealth and therefore could produce some very expensive illustrated books on mammals including Histoire Naturelle. The laborious depictions resulted in fabulous illustrated books on natural history subjects.

Each antique print is a copper plate engraving and was printed onto a hand made hand laid linen rag piece of paper, with water coloring added at a later time. Each piece measures in at about 8×10″  Priced $145. each.

18th Century Buffon Cat Dog Antique Engravings. Framed in Shabby Chic!

Compte de Buffon 18th Century dog prints. Dating from 1749 to 1761 these are the famous Buffon Dogs. European water colored copper plate engravings on hand made hand laid linen rag. Each piece is framed in damaged distressed frames. Complete with French hand colored mats, hey are under UV glass.

Each piece framed measures about 13 x 16″ and are priced at $195. each or $175. each if purchased in sets of three or more.  Plus shipping. Click here to contact us.

Extraordinary Antique Cat Chromolithographs by Alfred Brunel, the Famous Cat Painter

Brunel Cat Prints! Here is a pair of the best domesticated CAT dog prints I have ever come across.  These large American cat chromolithographs are entitled “Mixing the Colors” and “Anxious Moments.”

Anxious Moments & Mixing the Colors are after the oil paintings of Alfred-Arthur Brunel.  Published 1897 in New York, by the Amlico Publishing Company.  Intended to be sold as decorative artwork for stores and homes alike.   Intense inks were applied, each in it’s own process and sequence.  One color after another.  A limestone plate was specially lithographed for each and every color seen.  Artwork of felines was growing in popularity.  Mixing the Colors & Anxious Moments certainly would be popular in America so Brunel hired Amlico to publish the affordable & large pieces.  Fortunately, some did not sell and I was able to purchase the uncirculated stock of Mixing the Colors & Anxious Moments years ago from Ken Smith, old friend and American antique prints dealer in New Jersey (passed away).  Both are two of the finest examples of cat artwork ever published.

A striking wall of antique American artwork of Cats when hung as a pair.

Each antique cat chromolithograph measures 21 1/2 x 26 1/2″   with intense vibrant coloration.   Minor flaws mostly around the perimeter, which should be expected in large pieces such as these and they were not framed. Click here to contact us.

Midieval 17th Century Dog Engravings 1646 by Mathias Merian.

Dog Engravings by Mathias Merian. Published in Nuremburg in 1646, this set of three dog prints are the work of Mathias Merian, one of the most famous of publishers in Early Nuremburg, Germany.  Seventeenth Century copper plate engravings on very fine, hand made hand laid linen rag paper.  Published in Nurmburg, Germany 1646-through about 1670.

Sold as a set of three. Framed in high end picture frame moldings, in rag mats and under UV glass.  Outstanding crisp deep strikes. Each framed dog print measures about 16 x 22″ The set is $1375. shipped in the U.S. Click here to contact us.

Cats Dogs: Engravings & Lithographs from Early Pictorial Newspapers.

Early illustrated periodicals and illustrated newspaper subscriptions were the rage during the the 1800’s.   Felines canines were good subject manner for readers.  Illustrated newspaper stories about cat dog were depicted on a regular basis.  Just like today, throughout history,  the cat dog has been incredibly import to man.

Antique Wood Engravings of Terriers. England 1888

Published in England in 1888 these old prints of dogs are antique wood engravings. Terriers: 19th Century Wood Engravings. Wood engravings of terriers! Published in England in 1888. 5×8″  Perfect to frame 9×12 or even better 11×14.”  Priced at $45. each.

Antique dog bookends you can find & buy on Shop Cat-Dog:

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Cat Dog Ephemera & Advertising

Ephemera on dogs vitamins, foods and treats from c.1900, measuring about 5×8 1/4″ and are $45. each. 2 for $80.

Large Leon Danchin Antique Dog Prints

Large Leon Danchin c.1940-50 French water colored engravings in good condition and strong water colors.

Antique cat lithographs and engravings of dogs from years ago. Some of our antique prints date as early as the mid sixteen hundreds. We generally stop when photography came into play circa nineteen hundred.

Large Framed Antique Artwork of Cats & Dogs!

Horses: see three pages of collections.

Antique Cat-Dog Lithographs and Hand Colored Engravings from the 17th-19th Centuries!

Thanks for visiting my cat-dog prints.  Cat-Dog Antique lithographs & hand colored engravings from the18th & 19th Centuries. Alfred Brunel, Merian, Buffon artwork of cats, dogs (felines, canines).Antique prints by Cassell, Buffon, Merian, Landseer and others.  18th-19th Century hand coloredengravings & antique lithographs of our favorite canines and felines.   These old prints were published for books and magazines and newspapers over 100 years ago.


I welcome your interest.

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Whales: Historic Antique Lithographs, Engravings on Whaling.

Whales: Historic Antique Lithographs and Hand Colored Whaling Engravings.  Guaranteed authentic and over 100 years old.  Enjoy our gallery of antique prints including hand colored engravings and whaling scenes.

Finish your room with this great antique whale poster! 

A very large whale poster chromolithograph was published in Vienna, Austria circa 1900.  The color lithography, or chromolithography is in a pallet of greys, blue-greens, and silver tans.  The colors are bright stunning colors and the piece is in great condition.   Dimensions:   35 x 26″ image size 39 wide x 28″ high, paper size.   Call Anne at 413-245-4197.

Antique Whale Poster Chromolithograph

Assorted Whales: Historic Antique Lithographs and Hand Colored Whaling Engravings.

A varied collection of old whale prints that is relevant to whales and pertains to whaling history. All of the images are genuine antique 18th and 19th Century Bookplates.  Assorted Whaling Scenes and Depiction of Whales: Historic Antique Lithographs and Engravings.

Schevchzeri Leviathan, Balaena. Copper plate engraving, 1732. 9.5″ by 15.25″. $350.

Whales by Gottlieb Wilhelm. Austrian Naturalist & Artist. Engravings from 1810-1821.

Antique whale prints by Gottlieb Wilhelm, 1810-1821. Tiny Austrian hand colored copper plate engravings from 1810-1821.   And believe it or not-one of the hardest things to come by in producing something like this would have been acquiring the rags to make the paper on which they were printed.

It was a time of curiosity for finding new and undiscovered species.

It was almost a frenzy of curiosity to say the least.  Supply & demand drove subscriptions for well to do to receive in parts as the parts could be published. The immense series was encyclopedic in nature and published over 11 years.  The water coloring was added at the time of production by a professional staff of water colorists.

Each piece measures just 4 1/4 x 6 3/4″ as priced call 413-245-4197 to place your order.

Lizars & Jardine Whales & Whaling Scenes: Original Antique Hand Colored Steel Plate Engravings.

Each antique engraving measures 4 x 6 3/4″. The color is bright and the paper is in unusually good condition, with almost no toning of the paper. Lizar’s was the famous Scotch engraving company that engraved the first 10 Elephant Folio prints for John James Audubon’s Birds of America and therefore acquired instant fame due to their accomplishments in the engraving trade.

William Lizar Antique Whale Prints are Small Charming Steel Plate Engravings

William Lizar Antique Whale Prints are Small Charming Steel Plate Engravings.  The water coloring illumination was applied by hand when they were produced in 1852. A steel plate was the hardest surface that could used in antique printing method.  A painstakingly amount of time and precision was needed when creating a steel plate engraving.  William Lizar’s firm located in Edinburgh, Scotland was proficient and in high demand for creating life like encyclopedic images of all of the natural history known at the time.

Whales: Hand Colored Lithographs of Whales Published in 1835:

Whales: Historic Antique Lithographs.   Hand Colored Whale Lithographs Published in Bruxelles, Belgium in 1835. These old whale prints were printed from limestone plates, known as lithographs, and hand colored at the time of production. These old whale lithographs measure 6×9″, a few I have double matted in rag to 9×12″. Here we have Balene whales, Humpback whales, Orca whales, Beluga whales and Narwhals!

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Whales: Historic Antique Lithographs and Hand colored Engravings.

This great piece came back to me recently after a prominent doctor in Massachusetts retired.  He was a collector of all kinds of art, including antique lithographs and hand colored engravings. This went on for aggressively for his 50 years in practice. This is a giant antique whale lithograph framed with archival materials in weathered wood. Published in Austria by color lithography, c. 1900. 46″ wide x 39″ high. $2200. Local delivery or pick up.

Antique American Whale Lithographs: Archivally Framed in Burl Wood-

Antique whale chromolithographs (Chromo meaning color.  Lithography meaning applies from a limestone plate) which were published in New York in 1880. Each and every color in these old whale prints was applied with an individual key stoned, limestone plate. Framed in rag. UV glass. Each piece measures 11×14″  Lead Time 2-3 weeks.  Sold as a set of three for $600.  Would you like a similar set?  Click here to contact us.

Edouard Travies Whales. Antique Whaling Lithographs from 1809-1865.

Whales: Historic Antique Lithographs. These antique whale prints are hand colored lithographs, published by Furne for Edouard Travies in Paris in 1854. Each piece was printed in black onto white paper from a limestone plate and finally finished in water colors by hand, with accents of Gum Arabic. All the artwork was that of Travies, 1809-1865. He is considered to be one of the best French artists of that time.

Two Travies antique lithographs of whales in black & gold molding with archival framing:

Three Travies antique lithographs of whales framed in satin finish burl wood:

Whales: Historic Antique Lithographs and Hand Colored Whaling Engravings!

Why do these historic depictions of Whales prior to 1900 exist?

Mankind was in pursuit of whale oil in order for London to keeps it’s streets lit. That ended when people started drilling for oil and developed kerosene. Fortunately, whales and whaling history received a lot of attention in the seventeen, eighteen and nineteen hundreds. Naturalists brought to life with their depictions in the form of book illustrations which were sold by subscription and issued in parts periodically as the work could be printed. These during the 17th, 18th and 19th Century depictions were produced when whaling was critical to world commerce & drawn at the time at the time of the event.

Great genuine paper antiques… from Anne Hall Antique Prints. Thank you for browsing our gallery of Whales: historic antique lithographs and engravings. We sell only authentic old engravings and lithographs, produced in various countries, from the early 1600’s to 1900.  Antique prints of whaling are historically significant to whaling history. These antiques of whales and whaling documented world whaling history which was driven by the desire for street lights.  You have seen many period depictions and scenes of the whaling industry from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries which are historically important today.

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Seguy Insectes Papillons – Rare Pochoir Art by Emile Allain Séguy!


Owls Antique Lithographs Engravings

18th & 19th Century Bookplates of Owls Antique Lithographs of Scops, Eagle, Snowy, Hawk & Eagle Owl by Gould, Buffon, Lear, Susemihl, Morris & Catesby.  Owl translates to Strix, bubo, ibis and noctua in Latin;  Hibou in French; Eule in German.

John Gould Owls!  Antique Owl Lithographs c.1860-1875

John Gould had a passion for Ornithology.  As a result Gould illustrated world class works on birds from 1832-1888.  Gould’s birds had to be completed by his associates,  after his death until 1888.   Issued in parts by subscription,  which were published in London, England.  Below is a selection of John Gould original hand water colored lithographs.

English hand colored lithographs published London from c.1860-1875. There is an assortment of Birds of Great Britain, Birds of Europe and Birds of Australia. The books were issued to subscribers in parts, in a large folio size.  Illustrated with the greatest detail as bookplates.  Each piece measures 14 3/4 x 21 1/2″

Owletts Hibou Eule Strix

The Art of 19th Century Lithography

To create a lithograph, a special limestone piece was drawn upon with a sort of a greasy crayon. The slab of limestone was then dipped into nitric acid which burnt away parts not under the greasy crayon.  The slab of limestone was wiped off and inked up, then watercolors could be professionally added.

Edouard Travies Folio Les Oiseaux les Plus Remarquables 1857

An action filled depiction of a Barn Owl with wings spread catching a small mammal.  Full of action, this hand colored lithograph from 1857 is exactly what Edouard Travies set out to accomplish.  The title of his book is Les Oiseaux les Plus Remarqables and is just that! From observation in the wild,  remarkable birds in different positions & compositions compared to other great bird books. Scarce.  Excellent condition with intense caramel colors & blues.  Double matted to 22×28″ $2500.

Edward Lear Great Grey Owl

One of the most remarkable images ever published on the Great Great.  Full folio, hand colored lithograph c.1860.  Mint condition, strong color, measuring 14 3/4 x 21 1/2.  POR Call Anne at 413-245-4197.

Framed 18th Century Owls Antique Engravings by Compte de Buffon

Wonderful mid Eighteenth Century hand colored copper plate engravings on hand made hand laid rag paper by perhaps the most famous French naturalist George LeClerc Compte de Buffon.  Published for his amazing encyclopedic collection of all fauna known, Histoire Naturelle was published from 1749-1761 in Paris and Amsterdam.

Each piece is framed beautifully in a weathered solid wood frame about 2 1/2″ wide.  High quality double archival matting with a hint of cream and UV glass.  Complete details about the engravings are attached to the reverse.  Each of the framed antique engravings, measures 16 x 19″ and are priced at $450. each or the four for $1400. Call Anne at 413-245-4197 to place your order.

framed antique Hibou owl engraving

Reverend Morris Antique Engravings

Morris published his work on birds in 1890.  These are English hand colored wood engravings were produced by Reverend F.O. Morris and his entire congregation. Morris loved birds which is apparent in the illustrations he authored and published books on birds, eggs and nests.

Antique owl engravings with original hand coloring including the Hawk, Mottled, and the Snowy. Each antique hand colored engraving from 1890 measures about 6 1/2 x 10″. Excellent condition with bright water coloring.  Click here to contact us.

How were the Morris antique owl engravings crafted in the 19th century?

FIRST… Original illustrations needed to be procured in the Strix’s natural state, from specimens or by seeing other naturalists work on the subject.  The illustrations were transferred onto boxwood plates which measured about 1″ thick.  Boxwood was an available wood in Great Britain and was easily engravable.  Each slab of wood was carefully engraved with special engraver’s tools known as burins and when the owls-antique engravings were finished to satisfaction, the engravings were ready for printing.  Each engraving was carefully inked up with black ink by a skilled craftsman that operated a printing press. The inked boxwood plate was pressed onto a high quality piece of paper. After the ink dried, the water color illumination was added by hand.

Assorted antique owl engravings & lithographs:

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If you are interested in seeing more owls, please contact me. Phone: 413-245-4197 Email: anne@annehallantiqueprints.comLearn more about North American owls at the Owl Research Institute

Raptors Birds of Prey – Eagles and Falcons


Seguy Insectes Papillons – Rare Pochoir Art by Emile Allain Séguy!

Seguy Insectes Papillons! We have the rare French pochoir artwork of Eugene Seguy on bugs and butterflies. Eugène Séguy known as Emile Allain Séguy and as E.A. Séguy.  He was an accomplished entomologist and artist of Pochoir. Revered by the world for his unusual style and compositions. Each plate represents an effort of the artist to connect nature with the arts.  The Parisian Art Deco plates are dramatic and timeless.

Inquire about a full set of E.A. Seguy Papillons we have acquired! Call Anne at 413-245-4197.

We are the American Antique Print Dealers with the exceptional collection rare antique pochoir Seguy Insects and Butterflies. E. Seguy Papillons & Insectes.

Available Antique Prints from Seguy Insectes Papillons. French Art Deco at it’s Best!

They will bring you years of pleasure partly because extraordinary compositions and partly because they are incredible antiques-Art Deco period.

One of the owners bound the collection on their own. Rarely are portfolios bound. This one was & enjoyed a lot. A few of the stamps are very close to the edge of the plate. The colors are intense and that makes up for any other flaws. Each portfolio printed on demand (i.e. the sale). Sold in Paris during the height of Art Deco. PLEASE NOTE: the background paper color is consistent throughout the set, in person the background paper has a hint of cream. Butterflies 6 & 12 are accurate of the actual background color and indicative of all background paper color in this grouping. Each piece measures 12 1/4 x 17″.  Call Anne at 413-245-4197 for personalized service.

Sourced from a bound portfolio | 1926 E.A. Seguy butterflies

Seguy Insectes – Bugs: Rare & Scarce Pochoir Antique Prints from 1926

Portfolios of Seguy Insectes Papillons were published in Paris in 1926 during the height of Art Deco. While 20 individual plates were issued per portfolio of Papillons or Insectes, they were sold then printed by the rare pochoir technique, where inks were applied by stencils. Eugene E.A. Seguy Insectes were not nearly as popular as the Papillons making them scarcer on today’s market. The colors are bright and intense. Each piece measures 13 x 17 1/2″ and is in very good condition.

E.A. Seguy Insectes Papillons: Art Deco & nature at it’s best!

This gallery comprises of miscellaneous plates sourced Seguy Insectes Papillons. The rare are portfolios published in Paris in 1926 during the height of Art Deco.  20 plates were issued per set, including 4 of patterns. They were sold then printed by a rare pochoir technique. Intense inks were applied by stencils. Good condition with minor spotting, staining. The colors are strong. Please inspect with care. Each piece measures 13 x 17 1/2″.

Available 1926 Patterns from the E.A. Seguy Insectes Papillons!

Rare Art Deco, Antique Pochoir Plates with Intense Metallic Colors. Each print has slight overall toning of the paper. The water coloring is bright and intense. Each piece measures 13 x 17 1/2″ Call 413-245-4197

Unavailable E.A. Seguy Insectes:

Interested in the Transformation of Butterflies and Insects?

Pochoir defined: the application of water color by stencil. A French technique used in the early 1900’s.

These desirable antique prints are in stock and available now. Eugène Séguy, is also known as Emile Allain Séguy, and E.A. Seguy. He is best known best for the works on Butterflies and Insects. Seguy published the incredible works of Art Deco in Paris, about 1926. Utilizing the French technique of adding color known as Pochoir, the metallic water colors were applied by stencils. The results were these fabulous examples of art deco. Each piece reflects the excitement experienced during the art nouveau period. Who can’t be appreciate the beauty of these works of art? Each stunning old print measures 12 3/4″ x 18″. Furthermore, these pieces are in excellent condition with extraordinary bright coloring!

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The E.A. Seguy Insectes Papillons Portfolios represent Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods at it’s height.

Coming from unbound portfolios, the E.A. Seguy Insectes Papillons, are the most beautiful and amazing work ever produced on entomology. Decoratively illustrated in collages, the beetles, bugs and butterflies, moths and other insects are composed with great detail. The Papillons or Butterflies are exquisite, and reflect the natural details seen in actual specimens. The Insectes are fantastic illustrations that are difficult to obtain. Anne Hall Antique Prints has the most beautiful Antique Art Deco Pochoir Prints ever produced. Most of these rare finds are in stock and available! Inquire at 413-245-4197.

Own a part of 1920’s Parisian History by Owning a Seguy Insectes Papillons!

Rare to come onto the market, the beautiful Seguy Insectes Papillons from 1926 emulate Paris Art Deco at it’s height. Occasionally coming onto the market are the Butterflies. Even though the Bugs or Insects are extremely hard to find, I have managed to offer them for sale. Mine have some of the best color ever seen. The plates are absolutely stunning in person.  Each pieces impresses everyone who has had the opportunity to view them in person. Own a piece of 1920’s Parisian History when you purchase one of these rare pieces of artwork from my gallery. In return they will bring you years & years of pleasure each time you see them.

Live with the magnificent pochoir art work of E.A. Seguy

Seguy Pochoir Papillons
Find Seguy Pochoir Papillons & Insects from Paris 1926 at the Height of Art Deco and the Moulin Rouge at Anne Hall Antique Prints!

Find a great selection of Eugene Alain Seguy’s Pochoir Papillons & Insectes at Anne Hall Antique Prints. For personal service call Anne at 413-245-4197 or Email: anne@annehallantiqueprints.com


Misc Aquatic Marine Life…Lobsters, Crabs & Corals.

Find decorative 19th century antique Denton lithographs of lobsters framed & ready to hang. Browse 18th Century antique marine life engravings Seba, Knorr & Nodder engravings of corals; Horseshoe Crabs by Rhumph & Nodder. Call Anne at 413-245-4197.

Albertus Seba Corals & Misc Aquatic Sea Life From Our Show Collection!

Published in the Early Eighteenth Century, from 1734-1754, Albertus Seba published the most magnificent work Locupletissimi Rerum Naturalium Thesauri Accurata Descriptio. It was a book of curiosities based on the personal collection of Seba’s specimens of newly identified flora & fauna. The ocean was of particular interest to this Dutch 18th century collector and naturalist.

Interested in invertebrate marine life, Albertus Seba included Anthozoa Cnidaria in his book. Perhaps it was the colonies of polyps living in symbiosis that interested Seba the most. Subsriber’s to this early 18th Century book were thrilled with these dramatic pictures of what laid underwater. Today it is considered to be one of the finest works published on Sea shells, corals & other marine life.

Close Up of Albertus Seba Engraving CoralsXCVIII Double Page Antique Engraving from the 18th Century.

Albertus Seba misc aquatic hand colored copper plate engravings on hand made hand laid rag paper. Paper size, 20 1/2 x 25″ These are the double sized fold outs from this rare book of curiosities.

Single Page Folio from Albertus Seba’s Cabinet of Curiosities:

Folio Misc Aquatic Sealife by George Wolfgang Knorr, 1767.

A rare 18th Century collection of marine life engravings by George Wolfgang Knorr, 1767. Large, folio hand colored copper plate engravings on hand made rare paper. Each piece measures 14 x 20 1/2″. Call Anne at 413-245-4197 to further a conversation or to place your order.

Framed Antique Prints by Frederick Nodder & George Shaw:  Misc Aquatic Corals, Etc.

Published by subscription by Eighteenth Century Naturalists George Shaw and Frederick Polydore Nodder for The Naturalist’s Miscellany: or Coloured Figures of Natural Objects.(Plus a couple odd pieces). A monumental encyclopedic effort to record all Natural History known. Archival framing in fruit wood burl a double rag mat with a tiny hint of grey and UV glass.   Each framed marine life piece measures:   11×14″  Call 413-245-4197 to order.

Pulled from a printing press and published in London from the 1780’s to about 1805.  The original depiction the Naturalist composed was transferred onto a thin copper plate, engraved with burins and printed onto a high quality rag paper, while slightly damp,  followed water coloring by hand.  Coming from a freshly cut engraving, as the copper surface wore down quickly and could not be used after about 300 impressions.   It is hard to know how many antique prints such as this one offered here, are still around.

Sherman Denton American Lobster Antique Lithographs, c.1900,  Framed & Unframed:

These are the hard to find, antique lithographs of the famed North American Lobster.  They are antique chromolithographs, whereas each and every color was applied with a keystone, limestone plate, similar to the way silk screening is done today.  Each & every color was applied in an individual separate process.  Sherman Denton was hired by the Fish and Game Commission of the State of New York to illustrate North American species of fish including these wonderful lobsters.

Pair of c.1900 Denton Lobsters, Unframed. $400.

Pair of c.1900 Denton Lobsters Framed in Walnut Burl Measuring 18″ wide x 14″ high $500. shipped.

See Frogs & Turtles!      Shells!     Whales!

Misc Aquatic: Antique Prints of crabs, lobsters & misc. crustaceans by Rhumph.

Rhumph’s c.1730 misc aquatic antique prints of sea life. Hand colored 18th Century engravings of crabs, lobsters, horse shoe crabs and shrimp! These are scarce German copper plate engravings on very fine hand made hand laid linen rag, with modern water coloring. Each old print measures about 9 1/2 x 16″ Call Anne at 413-245-4197.

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Authentic American Color Lithographs from 1885 of Anemones, Corals & Crabs:

Published c.1885 these are striking American chromolithographs by Louis Prang, the “Father of American Color Lithography.”  Each old print measure about 9 1/2 x 12″ and the colors are vivid and strong. Call Anne to be invoiced through PayPal or to place your order at 413-245-4197

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Misc Aquatic-Authentic c.1860 hand colored engravings & lithographs from “Book of the World”

c. 1860 Old Sea Life Prints. These are German hand colored engravings and lithographs of shells, coral, fish & other sea creatures. Each piece measures @ 8×10″  $85. for one, or $75. each in groupings of 3 or more. Order by emailing Anne at anne@annehallantiqueprints.com or by calling Anne at 413-245-4197.

Assorted Misc Aquatic: Antique Lithographs and Hand Colored Engravings of Alligators, Jelly Fish, Lizard & Seals:

Assorted old  Sea life engravings and lithographs, some are hand colored. Crocodiles & Gavials,  Lizards, Jelly Fish and Seals. Anything in this gallery is $45. each.


The Stunning Corals by Dennis Diderot and Jean le Rond d’Alembert c.1770

These are the stunning aquatic antique prints of coral by Diderot.  Hand colored copper plate engravings from the Encyclopedia ou Dictionnaire raisonne des sciences, des arts et des metiers, par une societe de gens de lettres, published in Paris c.1770.

Sorry this set is not available.

Do you have questions about specific misc aquatic sealife?

I may be able to provide additional options when you call me at 413-245-4197. Additional antique prints of American lobsters, corals, crabs, crustaceans & unusual sea life such as gators in a variety of price and size ranges.

We are pleased to offer a great selection of misc aquatic antique prints from Anne Hall

This page of antique prints for sale is dedicated to misc aquatic sea life. Such sea life includes antique lithographs and hand colored engravings of lobsters, crabs, corals, anemone and other curiosities found in the ocean. We have Wilhelm gators and gavial. We have Prang anemone & coral prints. All of our old prints, are over 100 years old! We also have really old antique prints of sea creatures by the early naturalists including Rhump, Seba, and Mathias Merian! Merian was an early publisher from Nuremburg. His work producing Johnston’s Animalia is primitive yet almost modern looking. Sea creatures were quite the curiosity during the 17th, 18th and 19th Centuries. Can you even imagine what people thought back then when they saw the specimens or the old prints of them?

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Sea Shells! Original antique hand colored shell engravings & lithographs.

Sea Shells! Original antique hand colored shell engravings & lithographs. Knorr, Lamarck, Seba, Gualtieri & Nodder. Starfish & Sand Dollars. Let us help you find the look you want to achieve for your ocean side home.

George Perry’s Conchology Aquatints from 1811

Drawn by Clarke and engraved by William Miller. The aquatints for George Perry’s Conchology, the Natural History of Shells, published London 1810 to 1811. This new 19th Century Conchology book stunned subscribers because the shells were shown so large, lifelike and in water colors.

Aquatints, an early printing technique, utilized 1770 to 1830 offered tones rather than a line engraving effect. Etched into metal with the use of resin & acid the plate would be cleaned, inked & printed with depth. The water colors seen here were applied by hand. Each pieces measures 11×16 1/2″ and a couple smaller pieces measure 10 1/4 x 16″. Bright colors. Excellent condition. $425. each. Call Anne at 413-245-4197.

Albertus Seba 18th Century Shell Engravings!

This pair of magnificent sea shells were published in the early 18th Century, from 1734-1854. Albertus Seba published the most magnificent work Locupletissimi Rerum Naturalium Thesauri Accurata Descriptio. It was a book of curiosities based on the personal collection of Seba’s specimens of newly identified flora & fauna. The ocean, including sea-shells was a particular interest to this Dutch 18th century pharmacist collector and naturalist. Each piece measures 13 1/2 x 20″

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Antique bookplates from the late 18th Century of Starfish & Sea Urchins

Decorate your space with antique shell prints from our antique shows and other events collection!  These antique shell prints are copper plate engravings on hand made hand laid rag paper that were published from 1779-1820 in Paris, France to document all the different kinds of sea shells found around the world.  The water color illumination has been added recently by a professional colorist.  Each piece measures 9 1/4 x 12 1/4″.  Call Anne at 413-245-4197 to discuss your order.

A collection of six original antique engravings of sea shells framed & ready to hang!

This exquisite collection of six framed sea shell engravings were published from 1779-1830 for thee different publications.  Each of the antique prints are late eighteenth or early nineteenth century book plates and has archival framing complete with ultraviolet glass.  Finished in a beautiful blonde burl frame they would sensational for an ocean side home.  Three over three above a sofa would be lovely!  Each piece measures 14×17″  Sold as a set of 6 $1950. shipped insured in the continental U.S..  Call to order 413-245-4197.

Sea Shells Antique Engraving Framed
Sea Shells Starfish Engraving Framed
Sowerby Sea Shells Engraving Framed
Knorr Sea Shells Antique Engraving Framed
James Sowerby Sea Shells Framed
Knorr Sea Shell Engraving 

Shells: 1770 Lister Copper Plate Engravings on Hand Made Rag.

Wonderful sea shells, original depictions from 1770.  Rare copper plate engravings published in England for Martin Lister’s remarkable effort to depict & document sea shells known at the time for his book entitled Histoire Conchyliorum.  The strikes have deep intense ink. Certainly they were printed at the beginning of the creation of the copper plate, (as there could only be about 300 pieces printed from each plate because the copper surface was too soft to print more and the image would not be crisp).   Never published in color.  They are absolutely beautiful as they are. Own a piece of history almost 250 years old.

Each piece measures about 8 3/4 x 13 1/2″  and is in good overall condition.  $75. each or in sets of three or more $65. each.  Call 413-245-4197 to place your order.

Sea Creatures from far, far away… 1790-1820

This grouping of hand colored copper plate engravings were published in London, England from c.1790-1820…  Shaw and Nodder were naturalists, they saw and depicted the natural history they encountered with precise detail.  The encyclopedic recordings are revered by all. We have framed them in a gorgeous fruit wood molding, complete with all the archival details including UV glass and double rag matting.

Each piece measures 10 1/2 x 13 1/2″.

Shells by Lamarck! 18th Century Hand Colored Engravings 1790-1810…

These rare antique engravings of shells date to 1790-1810, they are hand colored copperplate engravings which were produced in France.  Special foldouts actual size 11 3/4 x 15 1/2″ with issue folds as they were in an encyclopedic series on sealife.  

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Rare 18th Century Hand Colored Engravings of Shells by Gualtieri 1742

Rare 18th Century Hand Colored Engravings of Shells Published in Italy by Gualtieri, dating to 1742.  Each framed piece measures 22 x 28″  Click here to contact us.

Antique Lamarck Hand Colored Shell Engravings from 1779-1820.

Shells!  These old engravings of shells date from 1779 to 1820.  They were published by Lamarck in France.  Numerous well known artists worked on this series including Marachel and PJ Redoute. They are stunning old copper plate engravings with modern water colors.  They range in price from $125. to $225. each. and we do offer discounts on sets.    Each print measures about 8×11″  and are in very good condition.   Click here to contact us.

Inquire about a set of Sea Shells: Set of 6 Framed George Wolfgang Knorr Hand Colored Engravings.

c.1764 George Wolfgang Knorr. This magnificent shell print was product circa 1764 in Nurnberg, Germany by George Wolfgang Knorr. It comes from what is considered one of the rarest works on shells ever produced, Vernugen der Augen un des Gemuth.

Each antique print is framed with conservation materials including double rag mats and UV glass. We use the highest quality products when framing any of our antique prints. Measuring in at 15 x 18″ (Print dimensions: 6.75″ x 8.5″) the collection would be well suited for a 9′ area or above a sofa. This set is not available, but if you call, Anne may be able to offer you a similar grouping in this fabulous blonde beachy burl molding.

Phone: 413-245-4197 Email: anne@annehallantiqueprints.com

We have a large selection of old prints of shells, by Lamarck, Albertus Seba, and other early naturalists works on shells. Please contact us with your interest as this subject is popular at shows, and it is hard to keep a good online inventory.  Our antique shell prints are very old engravings and lithographs,  that were produced from from 1640 to 1900. We are pleased to offer our customers great service, please feel free to contact us with your specific interests.

Phone: 413-245-4197 Email: anne@annehallantiqueprints.com


Palms: Antique Lithographs & Engravings of Palm Trees.

Antique lithographs and hand colored engravings of palms will bring the feeling of the Tropics into your home. Beautifully framed palm trees ready to hang with professional archival materials.  Some of the antique prints in this collection date as early as the mid seventeen hundreds while most were published in the mid to late 1800’s.

Antique Prints Palms Nephrodium. Antique Lithograph published in Belgium 1869-1896, measuring 7 x 10 3/4. $85.

Framed Palm Trees Ready to Hang.  A Pair $750. 

Ready to hang, a beautiful small folio hand finished color lithographs published from 1869-1896 in Belgium. Used as illustrations for L’Illustration Horticole a horticultural magazine issued by subscription during the mid to late eighteen hundreds. Archival framing including double rag matting with a hint of crème, UV glass and an amazing high gloss burl wood molding. Each piece measures 20×24″. $400. each or the pair for $750. with free U.S. shipping.  Call Anne at 413-245-4197.

Assorted Palms & Palm Trees Artwork from 18th & 19th Centuries

Weinmann Palma Coccifera Hand Colored Copper Plate Engraving. c.1750 Germany. 10″ x 15″ $850.

Large Hand Finished Color Lithographs from 1869-1896

Available large antique prints of palm trees from a Belgian periodic publication entitled L’Illustration Horticole and dating from 1869-1896.  Others come from Flore des Serres which date 1845-1888, also Belgian.  The obsolete printing technique is lithography or printing from limestone.  Each color had an individual key stoned plate for that exact color.  Most of the palm trees were hand finished with water colors. Measuring @10 1/2 x 13″ some have center folds, as issued.  Brilliant intense colors.  They will mat up beautifully to 16×20″


Calamus Robustus 18869-1896 Single best image. $300.

Small Lithographs of Palm Trees Published 1860-1900

The colors in the antique lithographs are so vivid and bright!

Encephalartos Cycadifolius Color Lithograph from 1882. 7″ x 10.5″ One of the oldest living trees is the cycad… $85.

Complete your tropical theme whether it is for an oceanside home or in a breakfast nook. Our hand colored engravings and antique lithographs are over 100 years old!  Shop from our unusual selection of botanical prints of cycads and more in a variety of sizes and price ranges.  Bring the feeling of the tropics into your everyday life by adding fine antique prints to your home décor.

Palm Tree PL 115
Palm Tree PL 115
L’Illustration Horticole. Large hand colored chromolithograph. $60.

Antique Lithography in Brief

Lithography is an antique printing method. Generally a lithograph was printed in one color. A type of greasy crayon was used to draw onto a special type of limestone, with just the right porosity. After the image was completed, the limestone was emerged into nitric acid, burning away what was not under the greasy crayon, leaving that portion in relief. It was inked up and printed. The image frequently was illuminated with water colors.

Cycas Circinalis Antique Lithograph Palms. Antique lithograph from Belgium, published from 1845-1888. Measurement: 9 3/4 x 12 1/2.

Chromolithography is an antique printing method whereas each color was printed from a key stoned limestone plate. An extended version of lithography, quite laborious requiring a very skilled craftsman to get the registration just right and not distorted. Botanical illustrations done this way were frequently hand finished with water colors and almubin, egg whites or gum Arabic to enhance the image.

Phone: 413-245-4197 Email: anne@annehallantiqueprints.com


Parrots and Toucans by Buffon and Martinet

Parrots and Toucans by Buffon and Martinet… Looking around for antique parrot prints? Browse my selection of Buffon & Martinet perruches engravings.

Buffon Martinet Perruches 18th Century Hand Colored Engravings!

Parrots and Toucans by Buffon and Martinet

Find authentic antique lithographs & hand colored engravings by Martinet Parrots or Perruches in French from 1770-1783.  The work of Francois Nicolas Martinet, one of France’s foremost bird illustrators of the eighteenth century.  Each piece is a copper plate engraving on hand made hand laid linen rag with water color illumination that was added at the time of production. This was a monumental effort to catalog 1035  known species of ornithological species of birds.  A staff of 70 people, feverishly worked for an astounding 13 years to complete this amazing work by Francois Martinet.

Each hand colored copper plate engraving measures 8 1/2 x 11″

Martinet Buffon Yellow Parrot Engraving 13

Buffon Parrots, Small & Framed, Ready to Hang!

Buffon Parrot Prints Framed!  Hand colored copper plate engravings on hand made hand laid rag paper.  This is the work of George LeClerc Compte de Buffon, a FAVORITE FAMOUS French Naturalist.  A considerably rare German edition published in the late 18th Century from 1785 to 1804.  Each old print has been framed with archival materials to protect them. Each piece measures 11 x 12″ 

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We hope you are enjoying our gallery of parrots and toucans by Buffon and Martinet!

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Exquisite Perruches Miniature 18th Century Antique Engravings of Parrots!

Exquisite & Miniature Hand Colored Engravings of Parrots from c.1785-1805.  Coming from a tiny German edition of George Leclerc Compte de Buffon’s work on parrots. German water colored copper plate engravings on hand made hand laid rag. Miniature in size @4×6″ $115. each or two for $195. Perruches (parrots) shipped.  Call 413-245-4197 to place your order.

Francois Martinet Toucans from Paris, France 1770-1883.

Rare hand colored copper plate engravings on hand made laid linen rag.  Superb color and condition,  9×11″


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18th and 19th Century craftsmen produced these antique prints.

The workmanship required to publish the parrots and toucans by Buffon and Martinet during the 19th Century was astonishing. Every part of production mandated expert craftsmen.  Our old and rare copper plate engravings of parrots were water colored by hand during the years they were published. The paper was difficult to acquire, the engraver would have to re engrave another plate after just 300 strikes, due to the naturally soft surface of the copper plate. The water colorists would die at young ages, due to the toxicity of the water colors, which many contained metals. Yet these old prints still exist in superb fine condition. These old parrot prints have exemplary detail. They have lasted for all these years, primarily due to the high quality of the rag paper. Paper during the 1700’s was literally made of rags, right up through the turn of the 20th Century. Coming from linen, flax, etc, NOT TREES, there was no acid content in the paper. This explains why paper produced in the 20th Century and after, coming from trees, does not last for long.

Decorate Your Space with Antique Parrot and Toucan Prints!

Our stunning parrots by famous French ornithologists and other bird experts will demand attention when you decorate with them! Everything on this webpage is an antique lithograph or hand colored engraving from the 1700’s and 1800’s. Our wonderful old engravings of exotic parrots and toucans include the work of George Leclerc Compte de Buffon and Francois Martinet.  Fascinate yourself when you decorate with antique parrot prints. They will be a focal point in your home… 

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Ocean Lake Fish: Hawaiian, Tropical Species & More.

Ocean Lake Fish ~ Find tropical antique prints Hawaiian species; Original Sherman Denton Striped Bass & Bluefish lithographs. Receive personalized service when you call Anne at 413-245-4197.

New Selection of Antique Tropical Hawaiian Fish Lithographs:

You have found, the hard to find antique prints of Hawaiian species of tropical fish. Beautiful color lithographs were issued in books published in America in 1903 by Julius Bien.  Each and every color was applied with individual key stones limestone plates in the lost art of chromolithography. Every print measures 7 1/2 x 10 1/2″. The colors are vivid and strong.  Call Anne at 413-245-4197 for direct personalized service!

Antique Lithographs: Tropical Fish of Puerto Rico

Tropical Fish of Puerto Rico.  Antique Lithographs in color also known as chromolithographs whereas each color was applied with individual limestone plate. Printed by Baldwin and Hudson, c.1900. Each piece measures 10.5″ by 7.5.”

Denton Striped Bass & Blue Fish With Burl Wood Frames

This magnificent set of Blue Fish & Striped Bass are original antique lithographs by Sherman Denton. Personally framed by Anne framed with museum quality supplies.  When you contact us please refer to the framed Striped Bass and Bluefish on the ocean lake fish antique lithographs page.   $725. for the pair. Call 413-245-4197 with your details.

Tropical Fish of Hawaii: Antique Lithographs from 1903

Tropical Fish of Hawaii. These tropical antique prints of fish are color lithographs published in America in 1903 by Julius Bien.  Each and every color was applied with individual key stones limestone plates. Each antique print measures 7 1/2 x 10 1/2″. The colors are vivid and in excellent condition.  NOTE:  All of the backgrounds are the same, true in color as the first ones rather than the buy now ones that follow.  If you select a set,  I will photograph them together for you.  Call Anne at 413-245-4197 for personalized service!

Original Denton Ocean Lake Fish Framed in Gold & Ready to hang!

Select from Sherman Denton ready to hang Ocean Lake Fish antique lithographs from c.1900 framed in gold leaf over red paint.  I used the highest quality archival mat board, UV glass, and only the best products on the market when I framed these American species of fish.  Each piece measure 18″ wide and 14″ high.   Click here to contact us.

Ocean Lake Fish-Denton Fish Prints

Original Antique American Chromolithographs which came from the New York Fish and Game Commission Reports.

Tropical Ocean Lake Fish.  Here are old Denton Fish antique lithographs from c.1900. These American chromo  or color lithographs are 9 1/2 x 12″ These are beautiful old prints of ocean species of North American fish. Great for the oceanside or lake home! Call Anne at 413-245-4197 for personal service.

Framed Denton Small Mouthed Black Bass & Tautog.

Small Mouth Black Bass $165.
Tautog $165.

These antique ocean and lake fish antique lithographs in colors are the work of Sherman Denton. They were published in New York c.1900 and come from the annual Reports of the New York Fish and Game Commission that were published on a periodic basis.

Mathias Merian Ocean Lake Fish. 1640’s copper plate engravings on handmade rag.

Below are Mathias Merian Fish Prints… these are VERY old antique prints of fish from 1647 Nuremberg, Germany.  Merian owned and operated one of the early printing shops in Germany.  Printed by copper plate engraving, carefully crafted and stamped onto a very, very fine hand made hand laid rag paper.  Each piece measures @10×16″ and are priced at $85. each.  Click here to contact us.

American Chromolithographs from the New York Fish and Game Commission Reports…Old tropical fish prints. Antique prints: Denton fish prints, old Bloch fish prints, Bien fish and Merian fish. Old antique engravings and lithographs, old prints of tropical fish including Bloch’s Fishwerks, the Fish of Hawaii and the Fish of Puerto Rico. These are fish tropical ocean varieties… The very old antique Bloch fish prints from the 1770’s have beautiful water color! The Bloch fish are considered the most beautiful fish prints ever produced. The Mathias Merian fish prints are very old. They were published by Merian in 1646 and stunning in their original state being black and white copper plate engravings on very fine hand made hand laid linen rag! If you snorkel or dive or just love the ocean, you will certainly love our antique tropical fish prints

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Antique Wine Lithographs & Hand Colored Grape Engravings

Decorate with antique lithographs & hand colored grape engravings. Create an environment that reflects your appreciation of tasting wine & grapes. At Anne Hall Antique Prints we will help you achieve the look you want when it comes to decorating your walls in your home or wine bar.

Decorate with this Trio of Antique Wine Lithographs from 1900.

Create an environment that reflects your appreciation of wine.  This set of 3 wine grapes framed trio of antique wine lithographs dating to the late 19th Century. Ready to hang! This set of antique color lithographs was published in Paris, France in 1897. Each piece has been framed with the highest quality archival materials in a solid wood frame with a satin finish.  The burled wood framing complements the grapevine perfectly. Measurements 19 x 23″  each.  Priced at $975. for the three, with complementary shipping within the United States.  

Ampelographie-Decorative Antique Wine Lithographs. 

This collection of antique wine lithographs were published in Paris in 1897. Ampelographie was an encyclopedic collection of all known wine grapes. Sizes and Prices for Ampelographie: Each antique wine lithograph will mat up beautifully to 16 x 20.” Each print measures about 9 1/2 x 13 1/2″ and is priced at $150. each or available in groupings at $125. each.  Call Anne at 413-245-4197 to discuss your order.

Decorate with antique grape prints & show your appreciation for wine!

Decorate with antique wine lithographs & hand colored grape engravings. Create an environment that reflects your appreciation of wine & grapes. Consider using French antique wine lithographs in your own home décor.  Classic design, historic artwork to finish your room.  These antique prints are beautiful antique lithographs coming from a rare series of books entitled Ampelographie.  Exemplary of the technique of chromolithography, each piece is in striking colors & attractive compositions.  They were published in France in 1897 to document all known viticultural varieties of grapes around the world. 

Let Anne help you with a personal selection like this set of Wine Chromolithographs Ampelographie.

A stunning decorative grouping of six archivally framed antique lithographs of wine grapes from 1897. Each piece has archival frame jobs and measure 21 x 25″ finished.

“Wine Making in California – at work at the wine presses by P. Frenzeny” 1886

This Rare Hand Colored Wood Engraving was Published by Harper’s Weekly in 1886. The vintage in California – at work at the wine presses by P. Frenzeny.  A water colored wood engraving coming from Harper’s Weekly in 1886.   It is considered the best piece ever to be produced on making wine in America.’  It was drawn by P. Frenzeny,  who was hired by Harper’s Weekly in the 1870’s and 1880’s to illustrate the most interesting scenes in the west.  He was considered one of the best western artist of the time.  And this marvelous illustration exemplifies Frenzeny’s work.  He won readership back from the aggressive competitive newspaper owned by Frank Leslie.

Every part of the vintage is shown in explicit detail in this historic antique engraving.

The Wine Making in California engraving reveals that the wine press is being worked manually.  The Chinese immigrants (who previously worked on the railroads, by the 1870’s are working elsewhere, such as this vineyard), are bringing the harvested grapes to be pressed. Grape collection baskets are clearly shown, as well as the huge barrels of wine.  Stomping of the grapes and the wine tasting are clearly shown.  In excellent condition.  This is a pertinent piece of American as well as California wine making history.

Pressing wine

Wine Making in California: The Vintage in California – at work at the wine presses by P. Frenzeny 1886.  16×22″  $600.

Large Folio Spanish Communion Grape Lithographs Published c.1870:

Antique Wine Lithographs of grapes used historically in Communion.   Antique Spanish Chromo-lithographs. Coming from a very rare series of Communion Wine Grapes published  c.1870.  Each of the large antique lithographs of wine grapes measures about 14×22″  $300. each.