This page represents only a small part of our collection of original Antique prints of Sri Lanka. 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.
Manner of Passing a River Between Point de Galle & Columbo.
View taken from Ramboda Plantation.
Cingalese Sailing canoe.
Point de Galle): View of the port with Adam’s Peak (Sri Pada) in the distance.
Coffee stores and pulping house.
Point de Galle: Panoramic view from the Laccadive sea.
Adam’s Peak (Sri Pada): Prospect of the shrine with Brahmins and key in Dutch.
Dambulla (Karangalle): View of the entrance to the Golden Temple of Dambulla. After Capt Charles Auber.
Thirteen vignettes of the Tea Industry.
Colombo. Prospect of the harbour and fortress. Key in German.
Kandy: Panoramic view surrounded by 9 vignettes around the island.
Treble view: Panorama of Colombo port, an elephant hunt from Le Prince, and a boar hunt from Capt. Frederick Marryat’s.
Buddhist Temple: With sailors from the USS Mississippi.
Galle: View along the coast on the southwestern tip of Sri Lanka. Looking towards a lighthouse.
Jaffna Fort: Built by the Portuguese after the overthrow of the Aryacakravarti dynasty in 1619 and seized 40 years later by the Dutch. With key in English.
Miniature Map: With indigenous script types and eleven vignettes.
Adam’s Peak (Sri Pada): With views of the railway, Rangboda Falls and Dagoba at Anarajoopora.