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  • Antique Thomas Nast Political Engravings

    D856 Harper's Weekly Oct. 31, 1879 Thomas Nast Original title page from Harper's Weekly featuring Thomas Nast political cartoon engraving. Beautiful printing quality due to wood engraving technique. This cartoon addresses the gold reserve. Fine condition, this is the full untrimmed page with text on the back, unmatted and unframed. Much nicer than photo suggests (Harpers engravings are difficult to photo for website).

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  • Antique Thomas Nast Political Engravings

    D860 A Midsummer Night' Dream Oct. 4, 1873 Thomas Nast Original title page from Harper's Weekly featuring Thomas Nast political cartoon engraving. Beautiful printing quality due to wood engraving technique. This cartoon shows James Brutus Bennet Jun. with aparition of asses heads. Fine condition, this is the full untrimmed page with text on the back, unmatted and unframed. Much nicer and more detailed than photo suggests (Harpers engravings are difficult to photo for website).

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  • lot 3 antique 1860s Harper's Weekly Civil War engravings Thomas Nast

    lot 3 antique 1860s Harper's Weekly Civil War engravings Thomas Nast Lot of three antique 1860s woodcut engravings Civil War illustrations from Harper's Weekly magazine of . One is a collection of "Southern Chivalry" illustrations by Thomas Nast, dedicated to Jefferson Davis, one of "Paroled Rebel Prisoners" in New Orleans on Feb 20, 1863 with crowds of people and the riverboat steamers. The third is of Union Calvary of the Army Potomac on reconnaissance patrol. These are the original pages, not new

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  • 1886 Thomas Nast Antique Christmas Print ~ Child at Fireplace

    1886 Thomas Nast Antique Christmas Print ~ Child at Fireplace 1886 Thomas Nast Antique Christmas Print ~ Child at Fireplace Original 19th century wood engraving removed from an 1886 issue of Harper's Weekly. This is a large, two-page, folio size print. One of the sought after Christmas illustrations by the beloved Mr. Nast. "Santa Claus Can't Say I've Forgotten Anything" Thomas Nast (in inches) 16 x 22 VG to EX. Center page fold as issued.

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  • Antique Thomas Nast Political Engravings

    D852 There is nothing mean about us May 30, 1874 Thomas Nast Original title page from Harper's Weekly featuring Thomas Nast political cartoon engraving. Beautiful printing quality due to wood engraving technique. This cartoon is shows Uncle Sam facing skeletons with sashes that say "U.S. Navy" and "U.S. Army". Fine condition, this is the full untrimmed page with text on the back, unmatted and unframed. Much nicer and more detailed than photo suggests (Harpers engravings are difficult to photo for website).

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  • Antique Thomas Nast Political Engravings

    P523 Interest in the United States Debt February 8, 1879 Thomas Nast Original title page from Harper's Weekly featuring Thomas Nast political cartoon engraving. Beautiful printing quality due to wood engraving technique. Fine condition, this is the full untrimmed page with text on the back, unmatted and unframed. Much nicer than photo suggests (Harpers engravings are difficult to photo for website).

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  • Antique Thomas Nast Political Engravings

    E291 Watering Deer- Indian putting dogs on trail Harper's Weekly Oct. 6 1883 A.B. Frost (Arthur Burdett Frost) 1851-1928 A.B. Frost was one of America's most successful illustrators of the later 19th Century, and was famed for his depictions of hunting and fishing. His work for Harper's Weekly rivaled that of Winslow Homer for depiction of the outdoor life and Americana of the era. The detail of this wood engraving is only hinted by the photo. Very scarce. Very good condition, this is the full untrimmed

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  • Antique Thomas Nast Political Engravings

    E297 Still Hunting the Moose, the Long Shot Harper's Weekly Nov. 10, 1883 A.B. Frost (Arthur Burdett Frost) 1851-1928 A.B. Frost was one of America's most successful illustrators of the later 19th Century, and was famed for his depictions of hunting and fishing. His work for Harper's Weekly rivaled that of Winslow Homer for depiction of the outdoor life and Americana of the era. The detail of this wood engraving is only hinted by the photo. Very scarce. Very good condition, this is the full untrimmed page

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  • Antique Thomas Nast Political Engravings

    E301 The Village Pest Harper's Weekly Oct. 23, 1886 A.B. Frost (Arthur Burdett Frost) 1851-1928 A.B. Frost was one of America's most successful illustrators of the later 19th Century, and was famed for his depictions of hunting and fishing. His work for Harper's Weekly rivaled that of Winslow Homer for depiction of the outdoor life and Americana of the era. The detail of this wood engraving is only hinted by the photo. Very scarce. Very good condition, this is the full untrimmed page with text on the back,

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  • Antique Thomas Nast Political Engravings

    E300 A Tempting Shot Harper's Weekly Oct. 24, 1885 A.B. Frost (Arthur Burdett Frost) 1851-1928 A.B. Frost was one of America's most successful illustrators of the later 19th Century, and was famed for his depictions of hunting and fishing. His work for Harper's Weekly rivaled that of Winslow Homer for depiction of the outdoor life and Americana of the era. The detail of this wood engraving is only hinted by the photo. Very scarce. Very good condition, this is the full untrimmed page with text on the back,

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  • Antique Thomas Nast Political Engravings

    D853 The next thing in order May 23, 1874 Thomas Nast Original title page from Harper's Weekly featuring Thomas Nast political cartoon engraving. Beautiful printing quality due to wood engraving technique. This cartoon shows Uncle Sam talking to seated donkey (and the caption says "The portrait of the Secretary of the Treasury is drawn as mildly as possible"). Amazing! Fine condition, this is the full untrimmed page with text on the back, unmatted and unframed. Much nicer and more detailed than photo

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  • Antique Thomas Nast Political Engravings

    E289 Christmas Morning "Comin' from de store" Harper's Weekly August 16, 1884 A.B. Frost (Arthur Burdett Frost) 1851-1928 A.B. Frost was one of America's most successful illustrators of the later 19th Century, and was famed for his depictions of hunting and fishing. His work for Harper's Weekly rivaled that of Winslow Homer for depiction of the outdoor life and Americana of the era. The detail of this wood engraving is only hinted by the photo. Very scarce. Very good condition, this is the full untrimmed

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  • Antique Thomas Nast Political Engravings

    E302 Rail Shooting Harper's Weekly Sept. 13, 1884 A.B. Frost (Arthur Burdett Frost) 1851-1928 A.B. Frost was one of America's most successful illustrators of the later 19th Century, and was famed for his depictions of hunting and fishing. His work for Harper's Weekly rivaled that of Winslow Homer for depiction of the outdoor life and Americana of the era. The detail of this wood engraving is only hinted by the photo. Very scarce. Very good condition, this is the full untrimmed page with text on the back,

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  • Antique Thomas Nast Political Engravings

    D865 The emancipator of labor and the honest working people Feb. 7, 1874 Thomas Nast Original title page from Harper's Weekly featuring Thomas Nast political cartoon engraving. Beautiful printing quality due to wood engraving technique. This cartoon shows skeleton dressed in clothes, beckoning working class, he wears a sash "Communists". Great subject, early communism.

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  • Antique Thomas Nast Political Engravings

    D864 The Spanish Bull in Cuba gone mad Nov. 29, 1873 Thomas Nast Original title page from Harper's Weekly featuring Thomas Nast political cartoon engraving. Beautiful printing quality due to wood engraving technique. This cartoon shows Uncle Sam being boosted in to bullring pertains to Spain in Cuba.

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