Have you been following the early 2019 auction results for antique prints and maps? We were very interested to see that the prices paid by purchasers are higher than the prices quoted on our website. Let us serve as your personal curators providing detailed descriptions and additional photographs of pieces that interest you and avoid the 25% buyer’s commission.
This month we are featuring a few of the pieces in our inventory that present exceptional values.
We are increasing our inventory of John James Audubon’s Havell edition of the Birds of America and are offering an especially low prices on one of the animals from his Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America.
We have assembled an impressive collection of George Brookshaw’s beautiful and distinctive engravings of fruit.
We offer a pair of the large Bradbury nature printed ferns framed to match in elegant white gold leaf frames.
The prices of Currier and Ives prints are on the rise. We highlight two here: Quail Shooting and a harness racing print.
Hollie Powers Holt and Denise DeLaurentis
The Tyrant Flycatcher from Audubon's Birds of America
The Marsh Hare from Audubon's work on North American animals
Brookshaws engravings of fruit are the favorites of those in the trade
Bradbury used nature printing to create these engravings
Currier and Ives dogs and horses have a great period feel
Events at the track were popular Currier and Ives subjects.