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Painter, Illustrator, b. 1799 - d. 1854

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      • Catherwood - Portion of a Building; Las Monjas, Uxmal
        May. 18, 2024

        Catherwood - Portion of a Building; Las Monjas, Uxmal

        Est: $3,000 - $4,000

        This rare and resplendent folio lithograph is from Frederick Catherwood Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan 1844. The work was published in London by F. Catherwood in 1844. This from a rare, deluxe first edition of the work with original hand-coloring mounted to card (this particular lithograph has been re-mounted professionally to new card). There were only 300 copies of the work produced, with a very limited number in this deluxe format. The original illustrations for this work were completed by Catherwood. The tinted lithographs were completed by Andrew Picken, William Parrott, Henry Warren, John C. Bourne, George Belton Moore and Thomas Shotter Boys. Most of Catherwood's original paintings were destroyed in a fire when on exhibit. John Lloyd Stephens was inspired by accounts of ancient Central America civilizations and had Frederick Catherwood accompany him on two journeys. They explored the archaeological sites of Honduras, Guatemala, Chiapas, and Yucatan from 1839 to 1841. “In the whole range of literature on the Maya there has never appeared a more magnificent work than Views of Ancient Monuments.” (V. W. von Hagen) Frederick Catherwood (1799-1854) was a British architect and artist with a strong interest in archaeology. Huxley wrote of him: "Catherwood belongs to a species, the artist-archaeologist, which is all but extinct. Piranesi was the most celebrated specimen and Catherwood his not unworthy successor."

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      • Catherwood - Principal Court of the Palace at Palenque [upper subject]; Interior of Casa No. III., at Palenque [lower subject]
        May. 18, 2024

        Catherwood - Principal Court of the Palace at Palenque [upper subject]; Interior of Casa No. III., at Palenque [lower subject]

        Est: $3,000 - $4,000

        This rare and resplendent folio lithograph is from Frederick Catherwood Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan 1844. The work was published in London by F. Catherwood in 1844. This from a rare, deluxe first edition of the work with original hand-coloring mounted to card as issued. There were only 300 copies of the work produced, with a very limited number in this deluxe format. The original illustrations for this work were completed by Catherwood. The tinted lithographs were completed by Andrew Picken, William Parrott, Henry Warren, John C. Bourne, George Belton Moore and Thomas Shotter Boys. Most of Catherwood's original paintings were destroyed in a fire when on exhibit. John Lloyd Stephens was inspired by accounts of ancient Central America civilizations and had Frederick Catherwood accompany him on two journeys. They explored the archaeological sites of Honduras, Guatemala, Chiapas, and Yucatan from 1839 to 1841. “In the whole range of literature on the Maya there has never appeared a more magnificent work than Views of Ancient Monuments.” (V. W. von Hagen) Frederick Catherwood (1799-1854) was a British architect and artist with a strong interest in archaeology. Huxley wrote of him: "Catherwood belongs to a species, the artist-archaeologist, which is all but extinct. Piranesi was the most celebrated specimen and Catherwood his not unworthy successor."

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      • Catherwood - Temple, at Tuloom
        Feb. 24, 2024

        Catherwood - Temple, at Tuloom

        Est: $2,500 - $4,500

        This rare and resplendent folio lithograph is from Frederick Catherwood Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan 1844. The work was published in London by F. Catherwood in 1844. This from a rare, deluxe first edition of the work with original hand-coloring mounted to card as issued. There were only 300 copies of the work produced, with a very limited number in this deluxe format. The original illustrations for this work were completed by Catherwood. The tinted lithographs were completed by Andrew Picken, William Parrott, Henry Warren, John C. Bourne, George Belton Moore and Thomas Shotter Boys. Most of Catherwood's original paintings were destroyed in a fire when on exhibit. John Lloyd Stephens was inspired by accounts of ancient Central America civilizations and had Frederick Catherwood accompany him on two journeys. They explored the archaeological sites of Honduras, Guatemala, Chiapas, and Yucatan from 1839 to 1841. “In the whole range of literature on the Maya there has never appeared a more magnificent work than Views of Ancient Monuments.” (V. W. von Hagen) Frederick Catherwood (1799-1854) was a British architect and artist with a strong interest in archaeology. Huxley wrote of him: "Catherwood belongs to a species, the artist-archaeologist, which is all but extinct. Piranesi was the most celebrated specimen and Catherwood his not unworthy successor."

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      • Catherwood - General View of Uxmal, Taken from the Archway of Las Monjas, Looking South
        Feb. 24, 2024

        Catherwood - General View of Uxmal, Taken from the Archway of Las Monjas, Looking South

        Est: $2,500 - $4,500

        This rare and resplendent folio lithograph is from Frederick Catherwood Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan 1844. The work was published in London by F. Catherwood in 1844. This from a rare, deluxe first edition of the work with original hand-coloring mounted to card as issued. There were only 300 copies of the work produced, with a very limited number in this deluxe format. The original illustrations for this work were completed by Catherwood. The tinted lithographs were completed by Andrew Picken, William Parrott, Henry Warren, John C. Bourne, George Belton Moore and Thomas Shotter Boys. Most of Catherwood's original paintings were destroyed in a fire when on exhibit. John Lloyd Stephens was inspired by accounts of ancient Central America civilizations and had Frederick Catherwood accompany him on two journeys. They explored the archaeological sites of Honduras, Guatemala, Chiapas, and Yucatan from 1839 to 1841. “In the whole range of literature on the Maya there has never appeared a more magnificent work than Views of Ancient Monuments.” (V. W. von Hagen) Frederick Catherwood (1799-1854) was a British architect and artist with a strong interest in archaeology. Huxley wrote of him: "Catherwood belongs to a species, the artist-archaeologist, which is all but extinct. Piranesi was the most celebrated specimen and Catherwood his not unworthy successor."

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      • CATHERWOOD, Frederick (1799-1854). Views of Ancient Monumen...
        Oct. 12, 2023

        CATHERWOOD, Frederick (1799-1854). Views of Ancient Monumen...

        Est: $200 - $300

        CATHERWOOD, Frederick (1799-1854). Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas, and Yucatan. Barre, MA: Barre Publisher’s, 1965. Large folio. 25 color plates (520 x 419 mm) and an outline map of Central America (one plate with old folds); 24pp. printed booklet and publisher’s prospectus laid into front pocket. Housed together in original cloth backed portfolio (some rubbing at extremities). LIMITED ISSUE, one of 500 copies reproducing the 1844 edition.

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      • Catherwood - General View of Las Monjas at Uxmal
        Sep. 23, 2023

        Catherwood - General View of Las Monjas at Uxmal

        Est: $2,000 - $4,000

        This rare and resplendent folio lithograph is from Frederick Catherwood Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan 1844. The work was published in London by F. Catherwood in 1844. There were only 300 copies of the work produced. The original illustrations for this work were completed by Catherwood. The tinted lithographs were completed by Andrew Picken, William Parrott, Henry Warren, John C. Bourne, George Belton Moore and Thomas Shotter Boys. Most of Catherwood's original paintings were destroyed in a fire when on exhibit. John Lloyd Stephens was inspired by accounts of ancient Central America civilizations and had Frederick Catherwood accompany him on two journeys. They explored the archaeological sites of Honduras, Guatemala, Chiapas, and Yucatan from 1839 to 1841. “In the whole range of literature on the Maya there has never appeared a more magnificent work than Views of Ancient Monuments.” (V. W. von Hagen) Frederick Catherwood (1799-1854) was a British architect and artist with a strong interest in archaeology. Huxley wrote of him: "Catherwood belongs to a species, the artist-archaeologist, which is all but extinct. Piranesi was the most celebrated specimen and Catherwood his not unworthy successor."

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      • Catherwood - Ornament over the Gateway of the Great Teocallis, Uxmal. 12
        Sep. 16, 2023

        Catherwood - Ornament over the Gateway of the Great Teocallis, Uxmal. 12

        Est: $2,000 - $4,000

        This rare and resplendent folio lithograph is from Frederick Catherwood Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan 1844. The work was published in London by F. Catherwood in 1844. There were only 300 copies of the work produced. The original illustrations for this work were completed by Catherwood. The tinted lithographs were completed by Andrew Picken, William Parrott, Henry Warren, John C. Bourne, George Belton Moore and Thomas Shotter Boys. Most of Catherwood's original paintings were destroyed in a fire when on exhibit. John Lloyd Stephens was inspired by accounts of ancient Central America civilizations and had Frederick Catherwood accompany him on two journeys. They explored the archaeological sites of Honduras, Guatemala, Chiapas, and Yucatan from 1839 to 1841. “In the whole range of literature on the Maya there has never appeared a more magnificent work than Views of Ancient Monuments.” (V. W. von Hagen) Frederick Catherwood (1799-1854) was a British architect and artist with a strong interest in archaeology. Huxley wrote of him: "Catherwood belongs to a species, the artist-archaeologist, which is all but extinct. Piranesi was the most celebrated specimen and Catherwood his not unworthy successor."

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      • FREDERICK CATHERWOOD, ORIENTALIST LANDSCAPE, WC
        Aug. 27, 2022

        FREDERICK CATHERWOOD, ORIENTALIST LANDSCAPE, WC

        Est: $1,000 - $2,000

        Frederick Catherwood (English 1799-1854), Orientalist landscape watercolor on paper depicting a tomb in the Middle East, illegible title and possibly date at lower center, also monogrammed after title at lower center. Provenance: From the Private Collection of Vernon Harris, Cumming, Georgia. Approx sight h. 9", w. 12".

        Ahlers & Ogletree Inc.
      • Papprill View of New York from Governor's Island 1846
        Jun. 25, 2022

        Papprill View of New York from Governor's Island 1846

        Est: $4,000 - $6,000

        PAPPRILL, Henry (1816-1903), After Frederick CATHERWOOD (1799-1854). New-York / Taken from the Northwest Angle of Fort Columbus, Governor's Island. Aquatint engraving with original hand color. New York: Henry I. Megeary, 1846. 22 5/8" x 31 1/8" sheet, 31 1/2" x 40 1/2" framed. Comparables: Guernseys, 2012 - $10,000-12,000 - not sold. Otherwise not seen in auction since 1920 (Rarebookhub). It shows the city about 1840, from the Battery looking north up the East River.

        Arader Galleries
      • CATHERWOOD, FREDERICK (1799-1854) Jerusalem: two drawings, perhaps circa 1833.
        Jun. 15, 2022

        CATHERWOOD, FREDERICK (1799-1854) Jerusalem: two drawings, perhaps circa 1833.

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        CATHERWOOD, FREDERICK (1799-1854) Jerusalem: two drawings, perhaps circa 1833. 12 1/4 x 18 1/2 inches (31 x 47 cm); pencil and watercolor heightened with white on watercolor paper mounted to card. With the adhered overmats presumably removed some time shortly after the sale of the drawings at Christie's (who provided a measure of the matted area only), with resulting damage to the extreme--previously obscured--margins, the drawings showing some fading relative to these previously matted portions. Some mostly minor foxing. Frederick Catherwood, best known for his explorations in Central America and for his studies and drawings of Mayan sites, began his career as a topographical artist with travels to the Mediterranean. In 1833, he made a six-week survey of the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem, one of the first such by a Westerner. Given the centrality of the Dome in these views from the outskirts of the city, we would cautiously ascribe these to that period of Catherwood's work. They are, by any standard, important views of Jerusalem by one of the foremost topographical artists of the period. Provenance: John Davies F.R.I.B.A. and thence by descent; sold Christie's Sale 7073 (Exploration and Travel), Lot 258, Sept. 21, 2005 (at that time, from the measurements, without removal of the overmats); purchased by Bernard Shapero for the Collection of Jay I. Kislak C The Collection of Jay I. Kislak sold to benefit the Kislak Family Foundation

        Doyle New York
      • Catherwood - General View of Palenque. 6
        Oct. 30, 2021

        Catherwood - General View of Palenque. 6

        Est: $1,500 - $3,500

        This rare and resplendent folio lithograph is from Frederick Catherwood Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan 1844. The work was published in New York by Barlett (Bartlett) & Welford in 1844. The publication was limited to 300 copies. The original illustrations for this work were completed by Catherwood. The tinted lithographs were completed by Andrew Picken, William Parrott, Henry Warren, John C. Bourne, George Belton Moore and Thomas Shotter Boys. Exceptional hand-coloring has been added modernly as the author had intended the work to be viewed. Most of Catherwood's original paintings were destroyed in a fire when on exhibit. John Lloyd Stephens was inspired by accounts of ancient Central America civilizations and had Frederick Catherwood accompany him on two journeys. They explored the archaeological sites of Honduras, Guatemala, Chiapas, and Yucatan from 1839 to 1841. “In the whole range of literature on the Maya there has never appeared a more magnificent work than Views of Ancient Monuments.” (V. W. von Hagen)

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      • Catherwood - Temple at Tuloom. 24
        Oct. 23, 2021

        Catherwood - Temple at Tuloom. 24

        Est: $1,500 - $3,500

        This rare and resplendent folio lithograph is from Frederick Catherwood Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan 1844. The work was published in New York by Barlett (Bartlett) & Welford in 1844. The publication was limited to 300 copies. The original illustrations for this work were completed by Catherwood. The tinted lithographs were completed by Andrew Picken, William Parrott, Henry Warren, John C. Bourne, George Belton Moore and Thomas Shotter Boys. Exceptional hand-coloring has been added modernly as the author had intended the work to be viewed. Most of Catherwood's original paintings were destroyed in a fire when on exhibit. John Lloyd Stephens was inspired by accounts of ancient Central America civilizations and had Frederick Catherwood accompany him on two journeys. They explored the archaeological sites of Honduras, Guatemala, Chiapas, and Yucatan from 1839 to 1841. “In the whole range of literature on the Maya there has never appeared a more magnificent work than Views of Ancient Monuments.” (V. W. von Hagen)

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      • Catherwood - General View of Las Monjas at Uxmal. 8
        Oct. 23, 2021

        Catherwood - General View of Las Monjas at Uxmal. 8

        Est: $1,500 - $3,500

        This rare and resplendent folio lithograph is from Frederick Catherwood Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan 1844. The work was published in New York by Barlett (Bartlett) & Welford in 1844. The publication was limited to 300 copies. The original illustrations for this work were completed by Catherwood. The tinted lithographs were completed by Andrew Picken, William Parrott, Henry Warren, John C. Bourne, George Belton Moore and Thomas Shotter Boys. Exceptional hand-coloring has been added modernly as the author had intended the work to be viewed. Most of Catherwood's original paintings were destroyed in a fire when on exhibit. John Lloyd Stephens was inspired by accounts of ancient Central America civilizations and had Frederick Catherwood accompany him on two journeys. They explored the archaeological sites of Honduras, Guatemala, Chiapas, and Yucatan from 1839 to 1841. “In the whole range of literature on the Maya there has never appeared a more magnificent work than Views of Ancient Monuments.” (V. W. von Hagen)

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      • Catherwood - Principal Court of the Palace at Palenque / Interior of Casa No. 3 Palenque. 7
        Oct. 23, 2021

        Catherwood - Principal Court of the Palace at Palenque / Interior of Casa No. 3 Palenque. 7

        Est: $1,500 - $3,500

        This rare and resplendent folio lithograph is from Frederick Catherwood Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan 1844. The work was published in New York by Barlett (Bartlett) & Welford in 1844. The publication was limited to 300 copies. The original illustrations for this work were completed by Catherwood. The tinted lithographs were completed by Andrew Picken, William Parrott, Henry Warren, John C. Bourne, George Belton Moore and Thomas Shotter Boys. Exceptional hand-coloring has been added modernly as the author had intended the work to be viewed. Most of Catherwood's original paintings were destroyed in a fire when on exhibit. John Lloyd Stephens was inspired by accounts of ancient Central America civilizations and had Frederick Catherwood accompany him on two journeys. They explored the archaeological sites of Honduras, Guatemala, Chiapas, and Yucatan from 1839 to 1841. “In the whole range of literature on the Maya there has never appeared a more magnificent work than Views of Ancient Monuments.” (V. W. von Hagen)

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      • Central America.- Mayan ruins.- [Catherwood (Frederick)] Four plates from "Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America", [1844].
        Sep. 30, 2021

        Central America.- Mayan ruins.- [Catherwood (Frederick)] Four plates from "Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America", [1844].

        Est: £1,500 - £2,000

        Central America.- Mayan ruins.- [Catherwood (Frederick)] Four plates from "Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America", comprising nos. 3, 10, 12 and 15, lithographed with fine hand-colouring, heightened with gum arabic, trimmed to margins and laid onto mounts as issued, numbered in ink below the sheet, some chipping, spotting and tearing to mounts, each sheet c.385 x 265 or the reverse, [1844]. ⁂ These plates extracted from the deluxe issue of which purportedly only 50 copies were printed.

        Forum Auctions - UK
      • Catherwood - Teocallis at Chichen Itza. 22
        Aug. 07, 2021

        Catherwood - Teocallis at Chichen Itza. 22

        Est: $1,500 - $3,500

        This rare and resplendent folio lithograph is from Frederick Catherwood Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan 1844. The work was published in New York by Barlett (Bartlett) & Welford in 1844. The publication was limited to 300 copies. The original illustrations for this work were completed by Catherwood. The tinted lithographs were completed by Andrew Picken, William Parrott, Henry Warren, John C. Bourne, George Belton Moore and Thomas Shotter Boys. Exceptional hand-coloring has been added modernly as the author had intended the work to be viewed. Most of Catherwood's original paintings were destroyed in a fire when on exhibit. John Lloyd Stephens was inspired by accounts of ancient Central America civilizations and had Frederick Catherwood accompany him on two journeys. They explored the archaeological sites of Honduras, Guatemala, Chiapas, and Yucatan from 1839 to 1841. “In the whole range of literature on the Maya there has never appeared a more magnificent work than Views of Ancient Monuments.” (V. W. von Hagen)

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      • Catherwood - General View of Kabah. 16
        Aug. 07, 2021

        Catherwood - General View of Kabah. 16

        Est: $1,500 - $3,500

        This rare and resplendent folio lithograph is from Frederick Catherwood Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan 1844. The work was published in New York by Barlett (Bartlett) & Welford in 1844. The publication was limited to 300 copies. The original illustrations for this work were completed by Catherwood. The tinted lithographs were completed by Andrew Picken, William Parrott, Henry Warren, John C. Bourne, George Belton Moore and Thomas Shotter Boys. Exceptional hand-coloring has been added modernly as the author had intended the work to be viewed. Most of Catherwood's original paintings were destroyed in a fire when on exhibit. John Lloyd Stephens was inspired by accounts of ancient Central America civilizations and had Frederick Catherwood accompany him on two journeys. They explored the archaeological sites of Honduras, Guatemala, Chiapas, and Yucatan from 1839 to 1841. “In the whole range of literature on the Maya there has never appeared a more magnificent work than Views of Ancient Monuments.” (V. W. von Hagen)

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      • Catherwood - Colossal Head at Izamal. 25
        Aug. 07, 2021

        Catherwood - Colossal Head at Izamal. 25

        Est: $1,500 - $3,500

        This rare and resplendent folio lithograph is from Frederick Catherwood Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan 1844. The work was published in New York by Barlett (Bartlett) & Welford in 1844. The publication was limited to 300 copies. The original illustrations for this work were completed by Catherwood. The tinted lithographs were completed by Andrew Picken, William Parrott, Henry Warren, John C. Bourne, George Belton Moore and Thomas Shotter Boys. Exceptional hand-coloring has been added modernly as the author had intended the work to be viewed. Most of Catherwood's original paintings were destroyed in a fire when on exhibit. John Lloyd Stephens was inspired by accounts of ancient Central America civilizations and had Frederick Catherwood accompany him on two journeys. They explored the archaeological sites of Honduras, Guatemala, Chiapas, and Yucatan from 1839 to 1841. “In the whole range of literature on the Maya there has never appeared a more magnificent work than Views of Ancient Monuments.” (V. W. von Hagen)

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      • Catherwood - Idol and Altar at Copan. 5
        Jul. 31, 2021

        Catherwood - Idol and Altar at Copan. 5

        Est: $1,500 - $3,500

        This rare and resplendent folio lithograph is from Frederick Catherwood Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan 1844. The work was published in New York by Barlett (Bartlett) & Welford in 1844. The publication was limited to 300 copies. The original illustrations for this work were completed by Catherwood. The tinted lithographs were completed by Andrew Picken, William Parrott, Henry Warren, John C. Bourne, George Belton Moore and Thomas Shotter Boys. Exceptional hand-coloring has been added modernly as the author had intended the work to be viewed. Most of Catherwood's original paintings were destroyed in a fire when on exhibit. John Lloyd Stephens was inspired by accounts of ancient Central America civilizations and had Frederick Catherwood accompany him on two journeys. They explored the archaeological sites of Honduras, Guatemala, Chiapas, and Yucatan from 1839 to 1841. “In the whole range of literature on the Maya there has never appeared a more magnificent work than Views of Ancient Monuments.” (V. W. von Hagen)

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      • Catherwood - Ornament over the Gateway of the Great Teocallis Uxmal. 12
        Jul. 31, 2021

        Catherwood - Ornament over the Gateway of the Great Teocallis Uxmal. 12

        Est: $1,500 - $3,500

        This rare and resplendent folio lithograph is from Frederick Catherwood Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan 1844. The work was published in New York by Barlett (Bartlett) & Welford in 1844. The publication was limited to 300 copies. The original illustrations for this work were completed by Catherwood. The tinted lithographs were completed by Andrew Picken, William Parrott, Henry Warren, John C. Bourne, George Belton Moore and Thomas Shotter Boys. Exceptional hand-coloring has been added modernly as the author had intended the work to be viewed. Most of Catherwood's original paintings were destroyed in a fire when on exhibit. John Lloyd Stephens was inspired by accounts of ancient Central America civilizations and had Frederick Catherwood accompany him on two journeys. They explored the archaeological sites of Honduras, Guatemala, Chiapas, and Yucatan from 1839 to 1841. “In the whole range of literature on the Maya there has never appeared a more magnificent work than Views of Ancient Monuments.” (V. W. von Hagen)

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      • Catherwood - General View of Uxmal, taken from the Archway of Las Monjas looking South. 13
        Jul. 31, 2021

        Catherwood - General View of Uxmal, taken from the Archway of Las Monjas looking South. 13

        Est: $1,500 - $3,500

        This rare and resplendent folio lithograph is from Frederick Catherwood Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan 1844. The work was published in New York by Barlett (Bartlett) & Welford in 1844. The publication was limited to 300 copies. The original illustrations for this work were completed by Catherwood. The tinted lithographs were completed by Andrew Picken, William Parrott, Henry Warren, John C. Bourne, George Belton Moore and Thomas Shotter Boys. Exceptional hand-coloring has been added modernly as the author had intended the work to be viewed. Most of Catherwood's original paintings were destroyed in a fire when on exhibit. John Lloyd Stephens was inspired by accounts of ancient Central America civilizations and had Frederick Catherwood accompany him on two journeys. They explored the archaeological sites of Honduras, Guatemala, Chiapas, and Yucatan from 1839 to 1841. “In the whole range of literature on the Maya there has never appeared a more magnificent work than Views of Ancient Monuments.” (V. W. von Hagen) "Uxmal, an ancient Mayan city in present-day Yucatan, Mexico, is near the town of Santa Elena." (Heald)

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      • Catlin, Folio - Ball Play
        Jul. 24, 2021

        Catlin, Folio - Ball Play

        Est: $1,500 - $3,500

        George Catlin’s North American Indian Portfolio features stunning lithographs which capture Native American history. Field describes the lithographs as “beautiful scenes in Indian life [that] are probably the most truthful ever presented to the public.” The full title reads North American Indian Portfolio. Hunting Scenes and Amusements of the Rocky Mountains and Prairies of America. From drawings and notes of the author, made during eight years travel amongst forty-eight of the wildest and most remote tribes of savages in North America. This is a first edition folio lithograph that was published in London beginning in 1844 for George Catlin / Egyptial Hall [but Chatto & Windus]. It was considered the best and expanded edition and one of only 350 copies. The lithographs were printed by Day & Haghe from a selection of the greatest images from Catlin’s travels. Each lithograph features beautiful original hand-coloring. George Catlin’s Portfolio marks a noteworthy moment in American history. Catlin traveled extensively chronicling the lives and culture of Indians across America. He created nearly 500 paintings of which some were used to make prints for this momentous work. Catlin described his need to do this work in that “the history and customs of such a people, preserved by pictorial illustrations, are themes worthy of the lifetime of one man, and nothing short of the loss of my life shall prevent me from visiting their country and becoming their historian.” Original images of Native Americans are uncommon from the 19th century, and Catlin’s are among the most detailed and impressive. Catlin summarized the Native American as "an honest, hospitable, faithful, brave, warlike, cruel, revengeful, relentless, -- yet honourable, contemplative and religious being." In a famous passage from the preface of his North American Indian Portfolio, Catlin describes how the sight of several tribal chiefs in Philadelphia led to his resolution to record their way of life: "the history and customs of such a people, preserved by pictorial illustrations, are themes worthy of the lifetime of one man, and nothing short of the loss of my life shall prevent me from visiting their country and becoming their historian." He saw no future for either their way of life or their very existence, and with these thoughts always at the back of his mind he worked, against time, setting himself a truly punishing schedule, to record what he saw. From 1832 to 1837 he spent the summer months sketching the tribes and then finished his pictures in oils during the winter. The record he left is unique, both in its breadth and also in the sympathetic understanding that his images constantly demonstrate.

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      • Catherwood - Castle at Tuloom. 23
        Jul. 24, 2021

        Catherwood - Castle at Tuloom. 23

        Est: $1,500 - $3,500

        This rare and resplendent folio lithograph is from Frederick Catherwood Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan 1844. The work was published in New York by Barlett (Bartlett) & Welford in 1844. The publication was limited to 300 copies. The original illustrations for this work were completed by Catherwood. The tinted lithographs were completed by Andrew Picken, William Parrott, Henry Warren, John C. Bourne, George Belton Moore and Thomas Shotter Boys. Exceptional hand-coloring has been added modernly as the author had intended the work to be viewed. Most of Catherwood's original paintings were destroyed in a fire when on exhibit. John Lloyd Stephens was inspired by accounts of ancient Central America civilizations and had Frederick Catherwood accompany him on two journeys. They explored the archaeological sites of Honduras, Guatemala, Chiapas, and Yucatan from 1839 to 1841. “In the whole range of literature on the Maya there has never appeared a more magnificent work than Views of Ancient Monuments.” (V. W. von Hagen)

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      • Catherwood - Las Monjas Chichen Itza. 21
        Jul. 24, 2021

        Catherwood - Las Monjas Chichen Itza. 21

        Est: $1,500 - $3,500

        This rare and resplendent folio lithograph is from Frederick Catherwood Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan 1844. The work was published in New York by Barlett (Bartlett) & Welford in 1844. The publication was limited to 300 copies. The original illustrations for this work were completed by Catherwood. The tinted lithographs were completed by Andrew Picken, William Parrott, Henry Warren, John C. Bourne, George Belton Moore and Thomas Shotter Boys. Exceptional hand-coloring has been added modernly as the author had intended the work to be viewed. Most of Catherwood's original paintings were destroyed in a fire when on exhibit. John Lloyd Stephens was inspired by accounts of ancient Central America civilizations and had Frederick Catherwood accompany him on two journeys. They explored the archaeological sites of Honduras, Guatemala, Chiapas, and Yucatan from 1839 to 1841. “In the whole range of literature on the Maya there has never appeared a more magnificent work than Views of Ancient Monuments.” (V. W. von Hagen)

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      • Catherwood - Broken Idol at Copan. 4
        Jul. 24, 2021

        Catherwood - Broken Idol at Copan. 4

        Est: $1,500 - $3,500

        This rare and resplendent folio lithograph is from Frederick Catherwood Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan 1844. The work was published in New York by Barlett (Bartlett) & Welford in 1844. The publication was limited to 300 copies. The original illustrations for this work were completed by Catherwood. The tinted lithographs were completed by Andrew Picken, William Parrott, Henry Warren, John C. Bourne, George Belton Moore and Thomas Shotter Boys. Exceptional hand-coloring has been added modernly as the author had intended the work to be viewed. Most of Catherwood's original paintings were destroyed in a fire when on exhibit. John Lloyd Stephens was inspired by accounts of ancient Central America civilizations and had Frederick Catherwood accompany him on two journeys. They explored the archaeological sites of Honduras, Guatemala, Chiapas, and Yucatan from 1839 to 1841. “In the whole range of literature on the Maya there has never appeared a more magnificent work than Views of Ancient Monuments.” (V. W. von Hagen)

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      • Catherwood - Idol at Copan. 1
        Jul. 24, 2021

        Catherwood - Idol at Copan. 1

        Est: $1,500 - $3,500

        This rare and resplendent folio lithograph is from Frederick Catherwood Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan 1844. The work was published in New York by Barlett (Bartlett) & Welford in 1844. The publication was limited to 300 copies. The original illustrations for this work were completed by Catherwood. The tinted lithographs were completed by Andrew Picken, William Parrott, Henry Warren, John C. Bourne, George Belton Moore and Thomas Shotter Boys. Exceptional hand-coloring has been added modernly as the author had intended the work to be viewed. Most of Catherwood's original paintings were destroyed in a fire when on exhibit. John Lloyd Stephens was inspired by accounts of ancient Central America civilizations and had Frederick Catherwood accompany him on two journeys. They explored the archaeological sites of Honduras, Guatemala, Chiapas, and Yucatan from 1839 to 1841. “In the whole range of literature on the Maya there has never appeared a more magnificent work than Views of Ancient Monuments.” (V. W. von Hagen)

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      • Catherwood - Back of an Idol at Copan. 3
        Jul. 24, 2021

        Catherwood - Back of an Idol at Copan. 3

        Est: $1,500 - $3,500

        This rare and resplendent folio lithograph is from Frederick Catherwood Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan 1844. The work was published in New York by Barlett (Bartlett) & Welford in 1844. The publication was limited to 300 copies. The original illustrations for this work were completed by Catherwood. The tinted lithographs were completed by Andrew Picken, William Parrott, Henry Warren, John C. Bourne, George Belton Moore and Thomas Shotter Boys. Exceptional hand-coloring has been added modernly as the author had intended the work to be viewed. Most of Catherwood's original paintings were destroyed in a fire when on exhibit. John Lloyd Stephens was inspired by accounts of ancient Central America civilizations and had Frederick Catherwood accompany him on two journeys. They explored the archaeological sites of Honduras, Guatemala, Chiapas, and Yucatan from 1839 to 1841. “In the whole range of literature on the Maya there has never appeared a more magnificent work than Views of Ancient Monuments.” (V. W. von Hagen)

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      • Catherwood - Gateway at Labnah. 19
        Jul. 17, 2021

        Catherwood - Gateway at Labnah. 19

        Est: $1,500 - $3,500

        This rare and resplendent folio lithograph is from Frederick Catherwood Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan 1844. The work was published in New York by Barlett (Bartlett) & Welford in 1844. The publication was limited to 300 copies. The original illustrations for this work were completed by Catherwood. The tinted lithographs were completed by Andrew Picken, William Parrott, Henry Warren, John C. Bourne, George Belton Moore and Thomas Shotter Boys. Exceptional hand-coloring has been added modernly as the author had intended the work to be viewed. Most of Catherwood's original paintings were destroyed in a fire when on exhibit. John Lloyd Stephens was inspired by accounts of ancient Central America civilizations and had Frederick Catherwood accompany him on two journeys. They explored the archaeological sites of Honduras, Guatemala, Chiapas, and Yucatan from 1839 to 1841. “In the whole range of literature on the Maya there has never appeared a more magnificent work than Views of Ancient Monuments.” (V. W. von Hagen)

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      • Catherwood - Gateway of the Great Teocallis at Uxmal. 11
        Jul. 17, 2021

        Catherwood - Gateway of the Great Teocallis at Uxmal. 11

        Est: $1,500 - $3,500

        This rare and resplendent folio lithograph is from Frederick Catherwood Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan 1844. The work was published in New York by Barlett (Bartlett) & Welford in 1844. The publication was limited to 300 copies. The original illustrations for this work were completed by Catherwood. The tinted lithographs were completed by Andrew Picken, William Parrott, Henry Warren, John C. Bourne, George Belton Moore and Thomas Shotter Boys. Exceptional hand-coloring has been added modernly as the author had intended the work to be viewed. Most of Catherwood's original paintings were destroyed in a fire when on exhibit. John Lloyd Stephens was inspired by accounts of ancient Central America civilizations and had Frederick Catherwood accompany him on two journeys. They explored the archaeological sites of Honduras, Guatemala, Chiapas, and Yucatan from 1839 to 1841. “In the whole range of literature on the Maya there has never appeared a more magnificent work than Views of Ancient Monuments.” (V. W. von Hagen)

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      • Catherwood - Portion of La Casa de Las Monjas Uxmal
        Jul. 10, 2021

        Catherwood - Portion of La Casa de Las Monjas Uxmal

        Est: $1,500 - $3,500

        This rare and resplendent folio lithograph is from Frederick Catherwood Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan 1844. The work was published in New York by Barlett (Bartlett) & Welford in 1844. The publication was limited to 300 copies. The original illustrations for this work were completed by Catherwood. The tinted lithographs were completed by Andrew Picken, William Parrott, Henry Warren, John C. Bourne, George Belton Moore and Thomas Shotter Boys. Exceptional hand-coloring has been added modernly as the author had intended the work to be viewed. Most of Catherwood's original paintings were destroyed in a fire when on exhibit. John Lloyd Stephens was inspired by accounts of ancient Central America civilizations and had Frederick Catherwood accompany him on two journeys. They explored the archaeological sites of Honduras, Guatemala, Chiapas, and Yucatan from 1839 to 1841. “In the whole range of literature on the Maya there has never appeared a more magnificent work than Views of Ancient Monuments.” (V. W. von Hagen)

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      • Catherwood - Well and Building at Sabachtsche
        Jul. 10, 2021

        Catherwood - Well and Building at Sabachtsche

        Est: $1,500 - $3,500

        This rare and resplendent folio lithograph is from Frederick Catherwood Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan 1844. The work was published in New York by Barlett (Bartlett) & Welford in 1844. The publication was limited to 300 copies. The original illustrations for this work were completed by Catherwood. The tinted lithographs were completed by Andrew Picken, William Parrott, Henry Warren, John C. Bourne, George Belton Moore and Thomas Shotter Boys. Exceptional hand-coloring has been added modernly as the author had intended the work to be viewed. Most of Catherwood's original paintings were destroyed in a fire when on exhibit. John Lloyd Stephens was inspired by accounts of ancient Central America civilizations and had Frederick Catherwood accompany him on two journeys. They explored the archaeological sites of Honduras, Guatemala, Chiapas, and Yucatan from 1839 to 1841. “In the whole range of literature on the Maya there has never appeared a more magnificent work than Views of Ancient Monuments.” (V. W. von Hagen)

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      • Catherwood - Portion of a Building Called Las Monjas at Uxmal
        Jul. 03, 2021

        Catherwood - Portion of a Building Called Las Monjas at Uxmal

        Est: $1,500 - $3,500

        This rare and resplendent folio lithograph is from Frederick Catherwood Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan 1844. The work was published in New York by Barlett (Bartlett) & Welford in 1844. The publication was limited to 300 copies. The original illustrations for this work were completed by Catherwood. The tinted lithographs were completed by Andrew Picken, William Parrott, Henry Warren, John C. Bourne, George Belton Moore and Thomas Shotter Boys. Exceptional hand-coloring has been added modernly as the author had intended the work to be viewed. Most of Catherwood's original paintings were destroyed in a fire when on exhibit. John Lloyd Stephens was inspired by accounts of ancient Central America civilizations and had Frederick Catherwood accompany him on two journeys. They explored the archaeological sites of Honduras, Guatemala, Chiapas, and Yucatan from 1839 to 1841. “In the whole range of literature on the Maya there has never appeared a more magnificent work than Views of Ancient Monuments.” (V. W. von Hagen) "Las Monjas (the nunnery) at Uxmal was named by the Spanish, who were reminded by the layout and care to detail of Spanish cloisters. It may have been a Mayan place of worship, possibly a cemetery. It is comprised of a quadrangle, perfectly proportioned, and embellished with sculpted friezes rich in Mayan religious imagery. Uxmal, an ancient Mayan city, in present-day Yucatan, Mexico is in the town of Santa Elena." (Heald)

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      • Catherwood - Pyramidal Building and Fragments of Sculpture, at Copan
        Jul. 03, 2021

        Catherwood - Pyramidal Building and Fragments of Sculpture, at Copan

        Est: $1,500 - $3,500

        This rare and resplendent folio lithograph is from Frederick Catherwood Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan 1844. The work was published in New York by Barlett (Bartlett) & Welford in 1844. The publication was limited to 300 copies. The original illustrations for this work were completed by Catherwood. The tinted lithographs were completed by Andrew Picken, William Parrott, Henry Warren, John C. Bourne, George Belton Moore and Thomas Shotter Boys. Exceptional hand-coloring has been added modernly as the author had intended the work to be viewed. Most of Catherwood's original paintings were destroyed in a fire when on exhibit. John Lloyd Stephens was inspired by accounts of ancient Central America civilizations and had Frederick Catherwood accompany him on two journeys. They explored the archaeological sites of Honduras, Guatemala, Chiapas, and Yucatan from 1839 to 1841. “In the whole range of literature on the Maya there has never appeared a more magnificent work than Views of Ancient Monuments.” (V. W. von Hagen) "Copán was a Mayan city, originally called Xukpi. It is in western Honduras. Upon discovering the jungle covered ruins, Catherwood and Stephens bought the city for $ 50, hoping to export some of the sculpted ornamentation via boat. This proved impossible, so Catherwood sketched as much as he could of these artistic treasures." (Heald)

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      • Catherwood - Gateway Casa del Gobernador, Uxmal. 10
        Jun. 12, 2021

        Catherwood - Gateway Casa del Gobernador, Uxmal. 10

        Est: $1,500 - $3,500

        This rare and resplendent folio lithograph is from Frederick Catherwood Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan 1844. The work was published in New York by Barlett (Bartlett) & Welford in 1844. The publication was limited to 300 copies. The original illustrations for this work were completed by Catherwood. The tinted lithographs were completed by Andrew Picken, William Parrott, Henry Warren, John C. Bourne, George Belton Moore and Thomas Shotter Boys. Exceptional hand-coloring has been added modernly as the author had intended the work to be viewed. Most of Catherwood's original paintings were destroyed in a fire when on exhibit. John Lloyd Stephens was inspired by accounts of ancient Central America civilizations and had Frederick Catherwood accompany him on two journeys. They explored the archaeological sites of Honduras, Guatemala, Chiapas, and Yucatan from 1839 to 1841. “In the whole range of literature on the Maya there has never appeared a more magnificent work than Views of Ancient Monuments.” (V. W. von Hagen)

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      • Catherwood - Ornament over the Principal Doorway, Casa del Gobernador Uxmal. 9
        Jun. 12, 2021

        Catherwood - Ornament over the Principal Doorway, Casa del Gobernador Uxmal. 9

        Est: $1,500 - $3,500

        This rare and resplendent folio lithograph is from Frederick Catherwood Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan 1844. The work was published in New York by Barlett (Bartlett) & Welford in 1844. The publication was limited to 300 copies. The original illustrations for this work were completed by Catherwood. The tinted lithographs were completed by Andrew Picken, William Parrott, Henry Warren, John C. Bourne, George Belton Moore and Thomas Shotter Boys. Exceptional hand-coloring has been added modernly as the author had intended the work to be viewed. Most of Catherwood's original paintings were destroyed in a fire when on exhibit. John Lloyd Stephens was inspired by accounts of ancient Central America civilizations and had Frederick Catherwood accompany him on two journeys. They explored the archaeological sites of Honduras, Guatemala, Chiapas, and Yucatan from 1839 to 1841. “In the whole range of literature on the Maya there has never appeared a more magnificent work than Views of Ancient Monuments.” (V. W. von Hagen)

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      • Central America.- Mayan ruins.- [Catherwood (Frederick)] Four plates from "Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America", [1844].
        Mar. 25, 2021

        Central America.- Mayan ruins.- [Catherwood (Frederick)] Four plates from "Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America", [1844].

        Est: £1,500 - £2,000

        Central America.- Mayan ruins.- [Catherwood (Frederick)] Four plates from "Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America", comprising nos. 3, 10, 12 and 15, lithographed with fine hand-colouring, heightened with gum arabic, trimmed to margins and laid onto mounts as issued, numbered in ink below the sheet, some chipping, spotting and tearing to mounts, each sheet c.385 x 265 or the reverse, [1844]. ⁂ This plates extracted from the deluxe issue of which purportedly only 50 copies were printed.

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      • Frederick Catherwood hand colored litho No. 8
        Oct. 04, 2020

        Frederick Catherwood hand colored litho No. 8

        Est: $250 - $500

        Frederick Catherwood (1799-1854) "General view of Uxmal taken from the Archway of Las Monjas" from the "Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America Chipas and Yucatan." Hand colored tinted Lithograph , trimmed to the image an mounted on card as issued, ink ruled boarder and ink manuscript plate number in the lower right corner. This print is numbered 8. Dimensions including border H 10-3/4", W15" .Attached to the backboard at the top. From the estate of anthropologists and food historian Michael and Sophie Coe. New Haven, Ct Please refer to this link for a high-res image https://www.dropbox.com/s/l486j1bgobnvazo/1077153_1.jpg?dl=0

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      • Frederick Catherwood framed print, Gateway at Labna
        Aug. 01, 2020

        Frederick Catherwood framed print, Gateway at Labna

        Est: $60 - $100

        A framed print by Frederick Catherwood titled 'Gateway at Labna', from 'Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America', London 1844. The scene depicts workers in the ruins of Labna, Yucatan, Mexico. Beautiful wood and glass frame. 19 1/8 x 16 1/2 in (48.4 x 41.8 cm).

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      • Frederick Catherwood framed print, Uxmal: Gateway
        Aug. 01, 2020

        Frederick Catherwood framed print, Uxmal: Gateway

        Est: $60 - $100

        A framed print by Frederick Catherwood titled 'Uxmal: Gateway', from 'Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America', London 1844. The scene depicts workers with a serpent within the ruins of Uxmal in the Yucatan of Mexico. Beautiful wood and glass frame. 19 1/8 x 16 1/2 in (48.4 x 41.8 cm).

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      • Frederick Catherwood framed print, Izamel: Face of Itzamna
        Aug. 01, 2020

        Frederick Catherwood framed print, Izamel: Face of Itzamna

        Est: $60 - $100

        A framed print by Frederick Catherwood (1799 - 1854) titled 'Izamal: Face of Itzamna', from 'Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America', London 1844. The scene depicts a lush scene with a beautiful wall relief. Beautiful wood and glass frame. 19 1/8 x 16 1/2 in (48.4 x 41.8 cm).

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      • Frederick Catherwood Hand Colored Litho No. 11
        Jun. 28, 2020

        Frederick Catherwood Hand Colored Litho No. 11

        Est: $250 - $500

        Frederick Catherwood (1799-1854) "Gateway of the Great Teocallis" from the "Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America Chipas and Yucatan." Hand colored tinted Lithograph, trimmed to the image and mounted on card as issued, ink ruled boarder and ink manuscript plate number in the lower right corner. This print is numbered 11. Image size including border H12-7/7" W17"Attached to the backboard at the top. From the estate of anthropologists and food historian Michael and Sophie Coe. New Haven, Ct The authorship and age of this lot is guaranteed as represented in the description. A full refund will be granted if returned to New Haven Auctions in the same condition as which it was sent, within 30 days of the sale date. After 30 days, sale is final. Buyer must supply New Haven Auctions an opinion from a qualified third party authority, in writing, before a refund is given. Shipping costs are not refundable. .

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      • Frederick Catherwood hand colored litho No. 8
        Jun. 28, 2020

        Frederick Catherwood hand colored litho No. 8

        Est: $250 - $500

        Frederick Catherwood (1799-1854) "General view of Uxmal taken from the Archway of Las Monjas" from the "Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America Chipas and Yucatan." Hand colored tinted Lithograph , trimmed to the image an mounted on card as issued, ink ruled boarder and ink manuscript plate number in the lower right corner. This print is numbered 8. Dimensions including border H 10-3/4" W15" .Attached to the backboard at the top. From the estate of anthropologists and food historian Michael and Sophie Coe. New Haven, Ct Please refer to this link for a high-res image https://www.dropbox.com/s/l486j1bgobnvazo/1077153_1.jpg?dl=0 The authorship and age of this lot is guaranteed as represented in the description. A full refund will be granted if returned to New Haven Auctions in the same condition as which it was sent, within 30 days of the sale date. After 30 days, sale is final. Buyer must supply New Haven Auctions an opinion from a qualified third party authority, in writing, before a refund is given. Shipping costs are not refundable. .

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      • Frederick Catherwood Hand Colored litho No 4
        Jun. 28, 2020

        Frederick Catherwood Hand Colored litho No 4

        Est: $250 - $500

        Frederick Catherwood (1799-1854) "Broken Idol at Copan" from the "Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America Chipas and Yucatan." Hand colored tinted Lithograph, trimmed to the image an mounted on card as issued, ink ruled boarder and ink manuscript plate number in the lower right corner. This print is numbered 4. Image size including border H10-7/8" W15-1/4"Attached to the backboard at the top. From the estate of anthropologists and food historian Michael and Sophie Coe. New Haven, Ct Please refer to this link for a high-res image https://www.dropbox.com/s/sut0446xtfgrfzx/1077183_1.jpg?dl=0 The authorship and age of this lot is guaranteed as represented in the description. A full refund will be granted if returned to New Haven Auctions in the same condition as which it was sent, within 30 days of the sale date. After 30 days, sale is final. Buyer must supply New Haven Auctions an opinion from a qualified third party authority, in writing, before a refund is given. Shipping costs are not refundable. .

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      • Frederick Catherwood Hand Colored litho No 14
        Jun. 28, 2020

        Frederick Catherwood Hand Colored litho No 14

        Est: $250 - $500

        Frederick Catherwood (1799-1854) "Portion of a Building; Las Monjas, Uxmal" from the "Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America Chipas and Yucatan." Hand colored tinted Lithograph, trimmed to the image an mounted on card as issued, ink ruled boarder and ink manuscript plate number in the lower right corner. This print is numbered 14. Image size including border H12" H15-1/4" Attached to the backboard at the top. From the estate of anthropologists and food historian Michael and Sophie Coe. New Haven, Ct Please refer to this link for a high-res image https://www.dropbox.com/s/sut0446xtfgrfzx/1077183_1.jpg?dl=0 The authorship and age of this lot is guaranteed as represented in the description. A full refund will be granted if returned to New Haven Auctions in the same condition as which it was sent, within 30 days of the sale date. After 30 days, sale is final. Buyer must supply New Haven Auctions an opinion from a qualified third party authority, in writing, before a refund is given. Shipping costs are not refundable. .

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      • Frederick Catherwood Hand Colored litho No 13
        Jun. 28, 2020

        Frederick Catherwood Hand Colored litho No 13

        Est: $250 - $500

        Frederick Catherwood (1799-1854) "View of Mayan ceremonial center of Uxmal Yucatan Mexico" from the "Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America Chipas and Yucatan." Hand colored tinted Lithograph, trimmed to the image an mounted on card as issued, ink ruled boarder and ink manuscript plate number in the lower right corner. This print is numbered 13 Image size including border H10-1/2" W15-1/4". New Haven, Ct Please refer to this link for a high-res image https://www.dropbox.com/s/sut0446xtfgrfzx/1077183_1.jpg?dl=0 The authorship and age of this lot is guaranteed as represented in the description. A full refund will be granted if returned to New Haven Auctions in the same condition as which it was sent, within 30 days of the sale date. After 30 days, sale is final. Buyer must supply New Haven Auctions an opinion from a qualified third party authority, in writing, before a refund is given. Shipping costs are not refundable. .

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      • Frederick Catherwood Hand Colored litho No 20
        Jun. 28, 2020

        Frederick Catherwood Hand Colored litho No 20

        Est: $250 - $500

        Frederick Catherwood (1799-1854) "Well at Bolonchen" from the "Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America Chipas and Yucatan." Hand colored tinted Lithograph, trimmed to the image an mounted on card as issued, ink ruled boarder and ink manuscript plate number in the lower right corner. This print is numbered 20. Image size including border H15-1/2" W11-3/8" Attached to the backboard at the top. From the estate of anthropologists and food historian Michael and Sophie Coe. New Haven, Ct Please refer to this link for a high-res image https://www.dropbox.com/s/aovwh7b0exgajuv/1077189_1.jpg?dl=0 The authorship and age of this lot is guaranteed as represented in the description. A full refund will be granted if returned to New Haven Auctions in the same condition as which it was sent, within 30 days of the sale date. After 30 days, sale is final. Buyer must supply New Haven Auctions an opinion from a qualified third party authority, in writing, before a refund is given. Shipping costs are not refundable. .

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      • Frederick Catherwood Hand Colored litho No 17
        Jun. 28, 2020

        Frederick Catherwood Hand Colored litho No 17

        Est: $250 - $500

        Frederick Catherwood (1799-1854) "Interior of principal building at Kabah" from the "Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America Chipas and Yucatan." Hand colored tinted Lithograph. Trimmed to the image an mounted on card as issued, ink ruled boarder and ink manuscript plate number in the lower right corner. This print is numbered 17. Image size including border H14-1/2" W10-1/4" Attached to the backboard at the top. From the estate of anthropologists and food historian Michael and Sophie Coe. New Haven, Ct Please refer to this link for a high-res image https://www.dropbox.com/s/kk0efnys4adxw52/1077188_1.jpg?dl=0 The authorship and age of this lot is guaranteed as represented in the description. A full refund will be granted if returned to New Haven Auctions in the same condition as which it was sent, within 30 days of the sale date. After 30 days, sale is final. Buyer must supply New Haven Auctions an opinion from a qualified third party authority, in writing, before a refund is given. Shipping costs are not refundable. .

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      • Frederick Catherwood Hand Colored litho No 18
        Jun. 28, 2020

        Frederick Catherwood Hand Colored litho No 18

        Est: $250 - $500

        Frederick Catherwood (1799-1854) "Pyramidal building and fragments of sculpture at Copan" from the "Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America Chipas and Yucatan." Hand colored tinted Lithograph. Trimmed to the image an mounted on card as issued, ink ruled boarder and ink manuscript plate number in the lower right corner. This print is numbered 18. Image size including border H12" W16" Attached to the backboard at the top. From the estate of anthropologists and food historian Michael and Sophie Coe. New Haven, Ct Please refer to this link for a high res image https://www.dropbox.com/s/2c45uzjd1j38qjf/1077187_1.jpg?dl=0 The authorship and age of this lot is guaranteed as represented in the description. A full refund will be granted if returned to New Haven Auctions in the same condition as which it was sent, within 30 days of the sale date. After 30 days, sale is final. Buyer must supply New Haven Auctions an opinion from a qualified third party authority, in writing, before a refund is given. Shipping costs are not refundable. .

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