This page represents only a small part of our collection of original Antique prints of the Eastern USA. 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.
New York City: Rare Colonial Panorama from Brooklyn Heights. State Street to Catherine Street with the stockade at far right that would become Wall Street. After the four sheet engraving by William Burgis 1717, one of the earliest views of New York City.
Second Inauguration of President Grant.
Independence Hall on the fourth of July.
Niagara Falls: View of Horseshoe Falls, Goat Island, the American Falls and the Bridal Veil Falls, with Horseshoe falls on the Canadian American border.
Boston: Panoramic view towards the State House with the Bunker Hill monument at Charleston to the right.
View of the chamber in session with twenty four vignette portraits of members.
Bird’s Eye view towards the Patuxant river with the Capitol under construction.
Baltimore: View from Druid Hill Park.
Wall Street: View towards Trinity Church with side panels of portraits of Wall Street types.
Scenes in Philadelphia including a view from Independence Hall.
Bird’s Eye view of Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn: Off Battery Park is seen Castle Garden, the former fort then entertainment hall.
New York City: Panorama from Bergen Hill, Hoboken.
Boston from the Dorchester Heights.
New York City: Bird’s eye view from Manhattan Island looking towards Upper New York Bay.
American Revolution, New York City:Toppling the statue of George III on the Bowling Green. Pulled down by Capt Oliver Brown and 40 sailors and soldiers in 1776 to be turned into musket balls.
View over Providence.
Mount Vernon with Washington’s family. After T. P. Rossiter & L. R. Mignot, engraved by Thomas Oldham Barlow. The head of George Washington is based on a bust by Jean Antoine Houdon.
Boston: Panorama from Noddle’s Island East Boston to Chelsea taken from Bunker Hill Monument. With Key.
Broadway Skyline with key to Skycrapers from the New York Life to Whitehall. By the noted commercial photographer.
Based on an earlier turn of the century view by George Beck of the harbour from the environs of the city.
Broadway and Vesey Street: View with Astor |House and the Post Office.
Boston: Panoramic view of the harbour before the great fire of 1872.