This page represents only a small part of our collection of original Antique prints of Mexico. 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.
Mexico City: Old St. John Square. Iturbide Market (San Juan Ernesto Pugibet Market).
Rio Salado: View of the falls.
Pan de Cabanas: Coastal profile.
Mexico City: The new city built upon the Aztec capital of Tenochtitla after it’s capture by Hernan Cortez of Spain in the 16th century.
Orizana (Orizaba): Coastal profile and volcano.
Mexico City: The Bucareli Promenade. Overlooking Chapultepec Park.
El Sagrario de Mexico. The Sagrario tabernacle adjacent to the Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral.
Tables Muriel: Coastal profile from the Gulf of Mexico.
Mexico City: Paseo las Cadenas in the moonlight.
Aztec Calendar: The Serpent, symbol of the calendar, surrounds the 4 year-bearers (Tochtli, Cagli, Tecpatl and Acatl), the moon phases and the symbols for the 18 month year and 52 year century.
Port of Muriel: Coastal profile.
Mexico City: Bird’s eye view over the city towards the Gulf of Mexico.
Mexico City: Convent of St. Francisco. View of the forecourt.
Tenochtitla (Old Mexico City): The Aztec capital before being captured and razed by Hernan Cortez of Spain in the 16th century.
Mexico City: Templo Mayor. Dedicated to the Aztec Gods Huitzilpochli and Tlaloc, and demolished for the Cathedral in 1521.
Mexico City: View on Lake Texcoco, now completely covered by the city.