This page represents most of our collection of original Antique prints of the Iraq and Iran. 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.
Iran: Tehran. View on the road to Casbinn (Qazvin). After Jules Laurens.
Iran: Kaschan: Panoramic view of the city from the environs.
Iran: Semnan: Panorama of the city at the foot of the Alborz Mountains and bordering the Kavir Desert.
Iran: View from the Cheshmeh Ali hill with the 1831 rock carving of Fath-Ali Shah Qajar. After the ‘on the spot’ drawing by Jules Laurens.
Persian lady in indoor and outdoor dress, a man of rank and a grandee smoking on his horse.
Iran: Isfahan. Double panorama of the Royal Palace at Isfahan and views of the Royal Mosque, Pavilion and Bazaar with text in French.
Iraq: Babylon. Bird’s eye view of the ancient city and the infamous tower of Babel. Once the largest city in the world, its ruins are near Hilah on the Euphrates.
Iran: Damavand with Mount Damavand. After Jules Laurens.
Iran: Isfahan. Panorama prior to the city being sacked by the Ghili Pashtun army in 1722.
Iran: Isfahan, Bird’s eye view of the city with key in French.
Iran: Aladagh Mountains. Mount Tchadir and ruins between Asterbad (Gorgan) and Khorassan.
Iran: Sultanie (Soltaniyeh), Panoramic view of the approach to the capital of the southwestern Mongol empire and the tomb of Olijetu (Mohammed Khodabandeh).
Iran: Persepolis (Takht-e-Jamshid). Panoramic view of the ruins of the Royal Complex of the Achaemenid Empire destroyed by Alexander the Great in 330 BC.
Iran: Tehran. View of the environs and the Alborz mountains. After Jules Laurens.
Erected following the victory of Nadir Shah over a regional rebellion near Kura and Aras.
Persian Ambassador’s Grand Procession: When sent to transact Public Affairs with a Foreign State.
Shah Sultan Hussein delivering his diadem to the Afghan usurper Sultan Mir Maghmud in 1722.
Iran: Tsensen: A caravan resting at an Inn on the route from Tehran to Isfahan.
Iran: Isfahan. Bird’s eye view of the city with banner title and key.
Iraq: Nineveh. View of the Assyrian city on the Tigris River, based upon decriptions in the Book of Jonah.
Iraq: Baghdad. Bird’s eye view towards the Tigris River.
Imperial standard and National, Ensign and Merchant flags.
Iran: View of Saba from which the Three Magi set out to Bethlehem. An important hub, it eventually lost power to Tehran.
Iran: Tauris (Tabriz): View of the ruins of the Arg Alishah citadel.
Double view. King of Persia, Master of ceremonies and Lady of the Harem. The Queen of Persia with her travelling entourage.
Iraq: Babel. View of the Tower and city based upon Biblical descriptions.
Iran: Isfahan, View of Hasht Behesht palace on the Chahar bagh avenue. After Jules Laurens.
Iran: Kom (Qom). Panorama of the City and Qom River.
Iraq: Baghdad. Bird’s eye view over the city towards the Tigris. With key in Dutch.
Iran: Ashref. View of the ruins of the palace and gardens. After Jules Laurens.
Iran: Damavand. Jam’eh Mosque with the Damavand volcano in the background.
Iran: Ardebil. Bird’s eye view of the city with key in Latin and French.
Iran: Palace of Tarabad on the Titchenrou (Tajan) River after Jules Laurens.
Iran: Kom (Qom): Panorama of the ancient fortified city with a waterway through the centre.
Iran: Gamron (Bander Abbas) Bird’s eye of the city and the Straits of Hormuz.
Iran: Asterabad (Gorgan). Front facade of the Royal Palace. After Jules Laurens.