This page represents most of our collection of original Antique prints of Arabia. Please click on an image to see it in high-resolution, with details of the work itself. For enquiries and purchases, please do contact us.
Al Whaj: View from the port on the Red Sea towards the Tihami range of the Sarawat mountains.
The larger vessel contains the smaller one.
Mecca: The approach of the Hajj to al-Masjid al-Haram and the Kaaba.
Sheikh’s Standard and the State Flag.
Mecca: Five views on the Hedjaz Line to include the Falls of Telicheab, Monazan, and Tellicheab outflow.
Mecca: View of the Kaaba surrounded by Pilgrims. With decorative border and text.
Men uphold a man as long as he is on his feet.
Yemen: Aden. The British Naval and Military Stations near the Entrance to the Red Sea.
Oman: Telegraph Island (Jazirat al Maqlab). View of the fort where the Indo-European telegraph landed in 1864.
Yemen: Mocha. Panoramic view of the Port from the Red Sea. With bannered title and key in Dutch.
Mecca: Scarce panoramic view of Mecca with 11 vignettes to include Medina and the Great Imam of Mecca.
Oman: Muscat. View of the harbour. Fort Es-sarat-al-Gharbiyyah and Fort Kalaat-el-Gharbiyyah.
Mecca: Spectacular view of the Kaaba during the Hajj with key.
Certificate of Pilgrimage showing important sites for the Haij in Mecca. Published in Mecca.
When a bull falls, many skinners appear.
Sokotra: View from the Arabian Sea. From the influential Art Noveau biologist, philosopher and artist Ernst Haekel’s voyage in 1875/6.
Two weak men may overcome one strong man.
Mecca: Showing a Hajj camel caravan from Constantinople with key in Dutch.
In the eyes of the world, a man is only worth that which he hath.
Medina: Four views of Al-Masjid al-Nabawi (Mosque of the Prophet), and a view of the desert station.
Winds will not always blow as the ship wishes.
Hair upon hair will make up a beard.
Mecca: Panoramic bird’s eye view over the Kaaba towards the relatively undeveloped surrounding hills.
Medina: View of the main street leading to Al-Masjid al-Nabawi (the Prophet’s Tomb).
Oman: Panorama of Muscat from the Gulf with key to principal fortifications.
Mecca to Medina: View of the Haij with the plants and animals found on the way. Text and key to the procession in French.
Medina: The Hajj on approach to al-Masjid an-Nabawi.
Hedjaz Railway. Inauguration of the line from Damascus to Medina that was meant to carry on to Mecca but was disrupted by WWI. With decorative border and text.