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Group of fourteen 19th century landscape engravings and etchings, all related to New York City or NY State, most matted and framed in later black plastic frames. Includes: BAY AND HARBOR OF NEW YORK- John Chapman and James Smittie, VIEW FROM GOWAN'S HEIGHTS BROOKLYN (matted but unframed), and THE PALISADES HUDSON RIVER- W.H. Bartlett, CITY HALL NEW YORK and THE PARK AND CITY HALL NEW YORK (no publisher or artist names) – all approximately 5" x 7" image size; 2 engravings published by D. Appleton & Co.: CITY OF NEW YORK FROM BROOKLYN HEIGHTS and THE HIGHLANDS OF THE NEVERSINK, both approximately 5" x 9" image size; 5 prints published "For D. T. Valentine's Manual 1860": 3RD AVENUE RAIL ROAD DEPOT NY 1860, RAILROAD DEPOT IN 5TH AVE. COR. 27TH ST; THE CASTER ESTATE BETWEEN 35TH & 36TH ST. AND LEXINGTON AVE., and VIEW OF MARKET SLIP (3 folds and some foxing/staining at left and upper sides); 2 prints by C. Burton: GRACE AND TRINITY CHURCHES/BROADWAY and BAY AND HARBOR OF NEW YORK / FROM THE BATTERY, both approximately 3" x 3-1/2" image size; and 1 print by Nach Milbert and Leopold Beyer: NEW YORK, 3' x 5" image size. Framed dimensions range from 6-1/2 x 8-1/2" to 12" x 14-1/2". All circa 1830-1860. Condition: All in good condition with light toning and scattered foxing except where noted. Condition: All in good condition with light toning and scattered foxing except where noted.