Historic Boston hand colored engravings published during the 1800’s tell a great American History story. The scenes below were depicted at the time the events actually happened. These are not reproductions but original illustrations for periodicals such as Harper’s Weekly and Gleason’s Pictorial Magazine.
Important Historic Boston Hand Colored Engravings
These are the actual images people were seeing and reading nationwide, and Internationally. Beautiful professional water coloring has been added to some of the images seen below, enhancing the look of the antique engraving. This is historic art & pertinent artwork for antique homes and collectors of American History alike..
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Map of The City and Vicinity of Boston, 1852 Map of The City and Vicinity of Boston, 1852 (Close Up 1) Map of The City and Vicinity of Boston, 1852 (Close Up 2)
Inauguration of the Statue of Franklin, Court Square, Boston, September 17, 1856. $180. The Burned District, Before and During the Fire of Thanksgiving Day. December, 7, 1889. $150. The Great Boston Horse Exhibition at the Agricultural Fair in Boston, October, 1856. $120. The Floods in Boston, February 27, 1886. $40. Boston Common, September 17, 1877. $95. The New Post-Office and Sub-Treasury Building, Boston, Massachusetts, February 5, 1870. $75. Boston Scenes, 1873. $60. Women Voting at the Municipal Election in Boston on December 11, 1888. $50. Views in Boston, c.1870. $40. Midnight and Cornwallis is Laken!! 1879. $50. Bunker Hill, Cleason’s Pictorial, June 18,1853. $70. View from Boston Harbor and Interior of Fort Warren, December 7, 1861. $75. The New Public Library, Boston, 1894. $60. Map of Boston, 1889. $60. Quincy Market, Boston, 1882. $75. 250th Anniversary of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Boston, June 9, 1888. $30. An American Poet’s Home-Henry W. Longfellow, November 10, 1877. $40. Corner of Washington and Boylston Streets, Boston.-The Old Boylston Market, 1857. $65. The Foreign Exhibition at Boston, Massachusetts, August 25, 1883. $50. Visitors to the Top of Bunker Hill Monument, Charlestown, June 26, 1875. $185. The Senator from Massachusetts Interrupts, April 10, 1897. $60. View of the Burning of Tremont Temple, from the Cupola of our Office, April 17, 1852. $60. The Boston Army and Navy Monument, October 6, 1877. $60. The Recent Disastrous Fire at Lynn-General View of the Ruins, December 7, 1889. $60. Grand Aquatic Excursion in Honor of President Filmore, on the Second Day of the Railroad Jubilee, 1851. $50. Parade of the Boston School Regiment, Composed of Members of the City High Schools, June 2, 1888. $60. Women Voting at the Municipal Election in Boston on December 11, 1888. $75. Boston Street Characters, c.1855. $45. The new Masonic Hall, Boston, Dedicated June 24, 1867. $60. Massachusetts-A Sunday Evening Concert in the Parker Memorial Hall, Boston, May 10, 1879. $75. View of the Navy Yard at Charlestown, Mass, From Copp’s Hill, in Boston, c.1856. $50. Old and New Dorchester, June 26, 1880. $75. The President’s Reception at the Boston and Roxbury Line, 1857. $60 Club House, Corner of Beacon and Park Streets, Boston, May 26, 1855. $60. Boston Police and Court House, c.1855. $50. Bird’s Eye View of Boston and it’s Environs, June 22, 1872. $85.
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