EARLY AMERICAN NAVAL
LITHOGRAPHS

 

Early American Naval Lithographs depicting Naval Vessels
between the late 1700 & early 1800's , made from original
works of art by famous artists.
All were reprinted in 1970 by the

 

NAVAL HISTORY DIVISION
DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY
WASHINGTON, DC

All are in excellent condition,  ready for framing,
with detailed captions of the litho's historic theme,
original artist, or collection, & museum of display.
20 1/2" long x 16" high

THESE WONDERFUL LITHO'S ARE NO LONGER
AVAILABLE FROM THE U.S. GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS.
OUR 1970 EDITIONS ARE A ONE TIME PUBLICATION AVAILABLE
ON OUR SITE ONLY !!!

69.00 Each

ITEM # SGANL-1
"RANGER CAPTURES DRAKE"

The Continental "Sloop of War" Ranger, commanded by
John Paul Jones
captures the H.M.S. DRAKE
April 24th, 1778
Reprinted in 1970 from the original oil by
NOWLAND VAN POWELL
on display at the
U.S. NAVAL ACADEMY MUSEUM, ANNAPOLIS, MD
20 1/2" Long x 16" High

ITEM # SGANL-2
"BONHOMME RICHARD CAPTURES SERAPIS"

The Bonhomme Richard, commanded by John Paul Jones,
off Flamborough Head, England engaged the HMS Serapis
in one of history's most famous battles
September 23rd, 1779
reprinted in 1970 from the original oil by
GEORGE F. MITCHELL
on display at the
U.S. NAVAL ACADEMY MUSEUM, ANNAPOLIS, MD
20 1/2" long x 16" high

ITEM # SGANL-3
"U.S.S. SURPRIZE CAPTURES THE HARWICH PACKET"

The U.S.S. Surprize captures the Harwich Packet
May 3rd, 1777
Reprinted in 1970 from the original watercolor by
E. TURNELL
curator for the
DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY, WASHINGTON, DC
20 1/2" long x 16" high

ITEM # SGANL-4
"CAPTURE OF H.M. SCHOONER MARGARETTA"

The capture of the H.M. Schooner Margaretta
June 12th, 1775
Reprinted in 1970 from the original watercolor of the
BAILEY COLLECTION
on display at
THE MARINERS MUSEUM, NEWPORT NEWS, VA
20 1/2" long x 16" high

"SOLD"


ITEM # SGANL-5
THE HANNAH
"FIRST SHIP OF WASHINGTON'S NAVY"

George Washington appointed
NICHOLSON BROUGHTON
Captain of the Hannah
September 2nd, 1775
to capture British Supply Ships sailing into Boston Harbor.
Reprinted in 1970 from the original oil by
NOWLAND VAN POWELL
on display at the
BRUCE GALLERY , MEMPHIS, TN
20 1/2" long x 16" high

"SOLD"

ITEM # SGANL-6
"RANDOLPH VS YARMOUTH"

The Randolph, commanded by Captain Nicholas Biddle,
engaged the H.M.S. Yarmouth off the coast of Barbados
March 7th, 1779
Reprinted in 1970 from the original oil painted by
NOWLAND VAN POWELL
on display at the
BRUCE GALLERY, MEMPHIS, TN
20 1/2" Long x 16" high

ITEM # SGANL-7
"DESTRUCTION OF THE H.M.S. AUGUSTA"

The British Ship H.M.S. AUGUSTA
grounded in the Delaware River while
attempting to bring supplies to the British in Philadelphia.
Reprinted in 1970 from a oil by an
UNIDENTIFIED BRITISH NAVAL OFFICER
on display at the
HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF PENNSYLVANIA, PHILADELPHIA, PA
20 1/2" long x 16" high

ITEM # SGANL-8
"FIRESHIPS ATTACK H.M.S. PHOENIX & H.M.S. ROSE"

The Phoenix & Rose which controlled the waters around
New York's Hudson River, came under attack by the
Americans who sent two fireships, loaded with combustibles
into the midst of the British Ships.
August 16th, 1776
Litho by
G. HAYWARD
curator for the Department of The Navy
Washington, DC
20 1/2" long x 16" high

ITEM # SGANL-9
"PROTECTOR VS ADMIRAL DUFF"

The Duff, loaded with cargo from the West Indies to London
was spotted by the Protector off Newfoundland Banks
June 9th, 1780
Reprinted from the original oil by
NOWLAND VAN POWELL
on display at the
BRUCE GALLERY, MEMPHIS, TN
20 1/2" long x 16" high

ITEM # SGANL-10
"BATTLE OFF THE VIRGINIA CAPES"

The Battle of the Virginia Capes
September 5th, 1781
Reprinted in 1970 from the original oil by
V. ZVEG
Curator for the Department of the Navy, Washington, DC
20 1/2" long x 16" high

"SOLD"

ITEM # SGANL-11
"ALLIANCE CAPTURES ATALANTA & TREPASSY"

The Continental Frigate Alliance, commanded by Captain John Barry,
captures the H.M.S. Atalanta & the HM Brig Trepassy
May 29th, 1781
A 1970 reprint from a original watercolor of the
BAILEY COLLECTION
on display at the
MARINERS MUSEUM, NEWPORT NEWS , VA
20 1/2" long x 16" high

"SOLD"

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