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Terres Australes-Nouvelle HollandeTerres Australes-Nouvelle Hollande
(Australia) Bellin, c1753
Venice, Bridge of SighsVenice, Bridge of Sighs
Samuel Prout lithograph c1850
Fine antique map of SyriaFine antique map of Syria
Tallis antique map circa 1853

Welcome to Antique Print Club interesting, decorative and rare antique maps and antique prints.

Having been antique print and map dealers for nearly 40 years we guarantee all items on this website are as described.

Thousands of Antique Print Club original antique prints and maps are available from Brisbane Antique Emporium:
Open 7 days from 10am to 5pm at 794 Sandgate Road Clayfield 4011 (entry off Junction Rd, from Sandgate Rd corner)

For nearly 400 years, antique maps and prints have been used to decorate walls - in grand houses as well as small.
They also look great in modern environments, and improve the ambience of any venue or workplace.

Please email or Phone (+61) 0412 442 283 to arrange a Gift Voucher for any value, towards any item on this website. (While not refundable, Gift vouchers are transferable within the six-month validity period.) 

Or... Choose charming hand-colored pochoirs (French stencils) of fashion narratives or simple fashion sketches that introduced 1913 to 1920s fashions.
*   Group lithographs of interesting ancient musical instruments, elegant 19thC Sevres or Faience porcelain, or spectacular early Greek pottery.
*   Delightful Peek-a-Boo lithographs are for the very young and the young at heart - & 18thC engravings of putti (cherubs) at work and play.

*   Henry Moses small 19thC engravings of classical antiquities are stylish as a single or in a group - as are Tissot ancient coins and Coats of Arms.
*   17thC magnified carved gems engraved by Picart - and Trajan's column 1st century Roman military battles by Bartoli - are spectacular and unusual.
*   18thC grand engravings of Raphael's Vatican Arch & Pilaster frescos, & Piranesi black and white etchings of Urns and Vases are quite rare.
*   Decorative antique prints are architectural detail, furnishings and painted walls & ceilings, or little engravings of excavated frescos at Ercolano.
*   Beautiful architectural engravings are 17thC Italian buildings by Falda & 18thC classical English architecture by Inigo Jones.
*   Architectural elevations and floor plans look technical, and Vignola's Rules of Architecture and Mallet's 17thC fortifications are exquisite.
     French Chateax and Parisian Private Hotel engravings reminder of travel. Grand Gothic interiors and English estates show formal landscaping.

*   Strong 18thC engravings of ruins and views on hand-made paper, or 19thC finely engraved Bartlett coastal scenes of England and Wales? 
    Allom's views of China; or graphic engravings illustrating exploration in the Pacific, and America? All remind us of places visited, and history.
*  19thC engravings of Georgian architecture and Sydney streets, and early Australian town and country views remind us of our colonial history.
*   Beautiful portraits engraved early in the 19th century, illustrating Australians aboriginals, were among the first recorded by Europeans.

*   Wonderfully graphic military engravings and portraits recorded important battles and participants, where changing fortunes altered history.
*   Antique MAPS from all centuries are fascinating, with early explorations changing coastlines, and changing borders and countries continuing...

Nature studies cover a huge range of styles in their artistic representation. They include Australian native flora from 17th to 20th Century.
*   16th century Herbal woodcuts by John Gerarde, and Herbal engravings over the following centuries by Culpeper and Green look great in kitchens.
*   18thC Florilegia were produced by Weinmann, Ehret, Miller, John Hill, Henry Andrews.. Curtis and Paxton botanicals are perennial favourites.
*   Volckamer's spectacular 18thC large citrus fruit floating with ribbons above European estates are rarely seen with such fine colour and condition.
*   19thC lithographs flowers, leaves, country collages, fruit, mushrooms, vegetables, nuts... all have varied artistic presentation.
*   19thC lithographs of grapes, peaches & plums are classic style; and small early 20thC fruit with halves are simple yet striking - particularly a group.
*    Fabulous large Orchid lithographs after Henry Moon's watercolours are among the most beautiful flower studies that have ever been printed.

Fascinating fauna over the past centuries include Birds, Animals, Insects & Marine Life, in all techniques, from small engravings to large lithographs.
*   John Gould hand-coloured bird lithographs are unsurpassed.. as are 18thC engravings of Bloch fish and Gualtieri Shells which are always popular.
*   Unusual 18thC animal and bird engravings by George Edwards guarantee a response. I enjoy my 3 wonderful Edwards parrots every morning!
*   Brodtmann animals and small portrait engravings of animals and birds by William Lizars, Buffon, Nodder and Shaw are some of the finest.

Our Heritage Editions provide readily available, inexpensive multiple copies, that were reproduced from rarely seen antique maps prints.
Heritage Editions maps include Limited Edition printings of the milestones in the charting, discovery and settlement of Australia.
( Imported reproduction prints and maps are shown as Decorator Art (with DA prefix) within the Heritage Editions section of reproductions.)
And... Although you can't hang them on your wall, just like maps and prints, books always provide many hours of pleasure. 

We hope you enjoy your visits to our website.
Don't forget to check out our Blogs that cover a wide range of subjects, - and our Library with information on how early maps and prints were made. 
If you would like to receive email notification of special events and special offers, or if we can provide Gift Vouchers, or assist with subject searches,  Please email or Phone +61 (0)412 442 283.