ANTIQUE PRINTS OF BALTIC TOWNS AND CITIES
Take a look at these historical prints of the Baltic countries. Please contact us if you are looking for a particular print. All prints are in good condition unless otherwise noted.
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"Dunamunda oder Duenamuender
Copper engraving by Gabriel Bodenehr (1664-1758).
Print shows the fortress of Daugavgriva near Riga in Latvia. In the lower left is a circular inset showing Riga, Churland and surrounding area. At the bottom is the Duena River flowing into the Ost See on the right.
Print has very light overall age toning. Minor signs of age and use.
17 x 16 cm ( 6.6. x 10.2 ")
Order Nr. BALTIC237945
"Sonntagmorgen vor einer Kirche in Estland" ( Sunday morning in front of a church in Estonia )
Wood engraving after a painting
by Gregor von Bochmann ca 1880.
21.5 x 31 cm ( 8.4 x 12.2 ")
Order Nr. BALTIC244439
"Wintertag in Litauen"
Wood engraving after the
painting by Hugo Ungewitter ( 1869-1944).
22.5 x 31.5 cm ( 8.8 x 12.4 ")
Order Nr. BALTIC244251
"An der russischen Grenze."
Wood engraving by A. Closs
after Joh. Gehrte, 1881.
6 x 14.5 cm ( 2.3 x 5.7 ")
Order Nr. BALTIC0194
Wood engraving by A. Sargent after Alexandre de Bar ca 1880.
Reverse side is printed.
10.5 x 16 cm ( 4.1 x 6.2 ")
Order Nr. BALTICS252296
Copper etching by M. Merian, ca 1650. To the right is Iuannogord.
Vertical centrfold with light browning along fold. Upper margin has been added.
9.5 x 31.8 cm ( 3.7 x 12.5 ")
Order Nr. BALTIC0206
Copper etching by M. Merian, ca 1650.
Vertical centerfold with light browning along fold. Lower margin has been added. A few minor spots in margins.
9.7 x 32 cm ( 3.8 x 12.5 ")
Order Nr. BALTIC0205
Die Union von Lublin
Wood engraving after a painting by Johann Matejko, ca 1880.
The Union of Lublin took place in 1569 with a meeting in Lublin of the diets of Poland and Lithuania. The two diets merged into one but each keeping separate administrations. Over the years the nobility of Lithuania Polanized. Poland turned into an elective kingdom. The Sejm demanded that the king guarantee the inherited privileges. Another condition was Catholicism and residence in Cracow.
Print has a vertical centerfold. Very wide margins. A bit of light browning on margin edges.
Image size: 24 x 40.5 cm ( 9.4 x 15.9")
Order Nr. POLAND1949
Wittenstein in Lieffland
Copper etching ca 1700. Very wide side margins. A few minimal spots in margins.
15.8 x 14 cm ( 6.2 x 5.5 ")
Order Nr. BALTIC0203
1. Mazowviens, 2. Motagnards, 3. Lithouaniens, 4. Krakoviens.
Steel engraving at Lemaitre ca 1840.
8.8 x 14.1 cm ( 3.5 x 5.5 ")
Order Nr. POLAND1987
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