This page represents most of our collection of original Antique prints of Central Europe. 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.
Warsaw: Grzybowski Square. View of the Jewish Market.
Spalato (Split) View of the harbour and bell tower of the cathedral of St Dominus.
Roustchouk (Ruse): View of the harbour with locals in Easter dress.
Prague: View of Old Town Square with the Town Hall on the left and Our Lady of Tyn Church.
Toplitz (Teplice): Panorama from the environs towards the Castle with the Ore mountains in the distance.
Tartar village: From the epic journey through Persia and Turkey. After Jules Lauren.
Olmutz (Olomouc): Panorama from the environs towards Wenceslas Hill, St. Wenceslas Cathedral and the Bishop’s Palace.
Karlovy Vary (Carlsbad): Panoramic view with six vignettes.
Double panorama of the High Tatras from Szaflary and Vazec, Slovakia. With key.
Prague: Panorama of the city with eight circular vignettes of important buildings.
Danzig (Gdansk): View of the Great Armoury (Wielka Zbrojownia).
Buda (Osen): Panorama of the city with Pesth and the Danube in the distance. With key in German.
Danzig (Gdansk): Panorama with cartouche of the city insignia and key of principal buildings.
Budapest: St Mary’s Church and Convent. View of the interior courtyard.
Philippopoli (Plovdiv): View of the city and the market at Djoumaya.
Prague: Coronation of Ferdinand I and Maria-Anna of Savoy, King and Queen of Bohemia. He later abdicated and was succeeded by his nephew, Franz Joseph.
Prague: View of Old Town Square from the corner of the Town Hall.
Tirnova (Veliko Tarnovo): Bird’s eye view over the city and the Cathedral of the Ascension.
Czestochowa: View of the Jasna Gora Monastary.