This page represents most of our collection of original Antique prints of New York City and Washington, DC. 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.
Gravesend Bay: Disembarkation of the Troops under the Command of Sir George Collier, R.N.
Mounted set of hand coloured photographic cigarette cards issued by Cigarros Susini.
Broadway: View of the Ladies’ Mile.
Central Park: Winter in New York. Sleighing in Central Park.
George Washington and Family at Mount Vernon: After T. P. Rossiter & L. R. Mignot, engraved by Thomas Oldham Barlow. George Washington is based on a bust by Jean Antoine Houdon.
View from Arlington Heights: Looking over the Potomac towards the Capitol.
Senate: View of the chamber in session with twenty four vignette portraits of members.
Georgetown: Based on an earlier turn of the century view after George Beck.
Army and Navy Buildings (Winder Building and Annex): F and 17th streets.
Bird’s Eye view towards the Patuxant river with the Capitol under construction.
Views on the Potomac: Fort Washington, Mount Vernon, towards Washington and on the Potomac.
Wall Street: View towards Trinity Church with side panels of portraits of Wall Street types.
Panoramic view: Looking over Ellis Island, the Statue of Liberty and New York harbour.
Panoramic view of New York from Union Hill (Union City): With Crystal Palace and Jersey City in the foreground. After the local artist John Bornet.
Statue of Liberty: View of the New York Harbour entrance with the Statue of Liberty, and vignettes of Staten Island and ferry passengers.
Steamers: Hudson River Day Line Steamer “Hendrick Hudson” & “Berkshire”.
Merchant’s Exchange, 55 Wall Street.
Narrows of New York Harbour: Return of the International Yacht Match.
Panorama from Brooklyn across the East River: Showing the docks and Naval Review to celebrate the quatercentenary of Columbus’s landing in America.
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.
Manhattan: View of New York from Weehawken, New Jersey shore.
Kerbstone Stockbrokers at William Street and Exchange Place: The ‘kerbstone’ was for those without sufficient funds or references to gain admission to the New York Stock Exchange.
Manhattan: Views of Church Street from the Hudson (Hudson Terminus) and of Dey, Courtlandt and Fulton streets.
Madison Square Garden: View at the intersection of Broadway, 5th Avenue and 23rd street.
Bird’s Eye view of Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn: Off Battery Park is seen Castle Garden, the former fort then entertainment hall.
Magnificent Panoramic View: Looking over Manhattan towards Brooklyn from Bergen Hill Jersey City.
New York Bay: View from the telegraph station.
New York Bay: View from Gowanus Heights, Brooklyn.
Manhattan: Panoramic view from Governor’s Island across the East River.
New York City Hall: Bird’s eye from Broadway and Park Row over City Hall and City Hall Park.
American Revolution: American troops entering the city on 25 Nov 1783.
Manhattan: View in the harbour. With text in French remarking on the English capture of the city and the change of name from New Amsterdam.
New York Bay: View of the Verrazano Narrows with Brooklyn and Staten Island in the distance.
Broadway Skyline with key to Skyscrapers from the New York Life to Whitehall. By the noted commercial photographer.
Eight views of New York taken from photographs: Broadway, Fifth Avenue, Columbus Circle and Monument.
Central Park: View overlooking the terraces, Bethesda Fountain and lake.
New York City: Bachmann’s most celebrated panorama taken from an imaginary point just above Union Square, and looking down to the Battery. Particularly noted for its detail of Lower Manhattan that allows for individual residences to be picked out.
Capitol: Central view of the capitol surrounded by vignettes of the White House, Treasury, Smithsonian, and City Hall.