This page represents a selection of the collection of original Antique prints of Switzerland and Austria. 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.
Algaby: View of the gallery leading to the entrance of Gondo.
Schwyz Alps. Double Panorama from the Rigi (Queen of the Mountains). Rossberg to Creux du vent, and Pilatus to Sentis with keys to elevations.
Pennine Alps: View from Becca di Nona of La Dent Blanche to Monte Rosa. With key to elevations.
Ticino Canton: Views of Locarno, Bellinzona and Lugano
Vienna: Hofburg Palace, Perspective of the principal square looking towards the Schweizertor (Swiss gate).
Brieg: View of conflux of the Saltine from the Simiplon and the Kelchbach from the Belp-Ailps.
Lucerne: Panoramic view of the city with 10 vignettes of Luzernerhof and Schweizerhof.
Alps: View towards Chamonix wiith Mont Maudit, Mont Blanc, Dome du Gouter and Aiguille du Gouter.
View of the Eiger, Monch and the Jungfrau from Unspunnen Castle.
Vienna: Lobkowitzplatz. With St Stephen’s Cathedral and the Palace of Johann Wenzel. Count von Gallas, Duke of Lucera (Palais Dietrichstein-Lobkowitz).
Vevey: Four views. A panorama of the city, view of the Promenande de Rivage, and views of St Barbara’s Orthodox church and Notre Dame Catholic church.
Mount Cervino (Matterhorn): View from near Stalden.
Schwarz: View across the Inn river at the foot of the Kellerjoch and Eiblschrofen mountains. With key.
Bird’s eye view of the city of Vienna during the World Fair of 1873.
Bernese Alps: Panorama from Faulhorn of the Alps from Wildgerst to Morganberghorn, and including the Wetterhorn, Eiger, Jungrau and Matterhorn with key to elevations.
Oeschinen Lake at the base of the Bluemlisalp.
Gondo: View of the new road above the Doveria and cut through the granite cliffs. Gondo Gallery was completed in 1805 by the Kingdom of Italy.