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.
Persian Gulf: Busiab. View of the coast.
Iran: Ashref. View of the ruins of the palace and gardens. After Jules Laurens.
Iraq: Nineveh. View of the Assyrian city on the Tigris River, based upon decriptions in the Book of Jonah.
Iran: Kom (Qom). Panorama of the City and Qom River.
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.
Erected following the victory of Nadir Shah over a regional rebellion near Kura and Aras.
Iran: Sultanie (Soltaniyeh), Panoramic view of the approach to the capital of the southwestern Mongol empire and the tomb of Olijetu (Mohammed Khodabandeh).
Iran: Susa. Looking toward the Zagros.
Persia: Civil flag used 1906–1907, and 1910–1933.
Shah Sultan Hussein delivering his diadem to the Afghan usurper Sultan Mir Maghmud in 1722.
Iran: Isfahan. Bird’s eye view of the city with banner title and key.
Iran: Ardebil. Bird’s eye view of the city with key in Latin and French.
Iraq: Babel. View of the Tower and city based upon Biblical descriptions.
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.
Iran: Damavand. Jam’eh Mosque with the Damavand volcano in the background.
Iran: Tsensen: A caravan resting at an Inn on the route from Tehran to Isfahan.
Iran: Isfahan. Panorama prior to the city being sacked by the Ghili Pashtun army in 1722.
Iran: Asterabad (Gorgan). Front facade of the Royal Palace. After Jules Laurens.
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.
Iran: Tehran. View on the road to Casbinn (Qazvin). After Jules Laurens.
Iran: View of Saba from which the Three Magi set out to Bethlehem. An important hub, it eventually lost power to Tehran.
Iran: Palace of Tarabad on the Titchenrou (Tajan) River after Jules Laurens.
Persian Gulf: View of the island of Nearchus
Iraq: Baghdad. Bird’s eye view over the city towards the Tigris. With key in Dutch.
Iran: Tauris (Tabriz): View of the ruins of the Arg Alishah citadel.
Persian Ambassador’s Grand Procession: When sent to transact Public Affairs with a Foreign State.
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: Aladagh Mountains. Mount Tchadir and ruins between Asterbad (Gorgan) and Khorassan.
Iran: Semnan: Panorama of the city at the foot of the Alborz Mountains and bordering the Kavir Desert.