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Harpers Weekly Print of the Brethren and Salt Lake
Located in Salt Lake City, UT
Harpers Weekly Lithograph 24 1/2 x 31 in. Framed 15 1/2 x 21 1/2 in. Unframed
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Late 19th Century Figurative Prints

Materials

Lithograph

Harper's Weekly Print
Located in Salt Lake City, UT
Looking West with the Great Salt Lake in the distance. Dimensions: 19.5 x 23 inches Framed 9.5 x 13 inches Unframed
Category

Mid-19th Century Landscape Prints

Materials

Lithograph

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H 19.5 in. W 23 in.
A. B. Frost Framed Sporting Print "Caribou Hunting" Harper's Weekly
By Arthur Burdett Frost
Located in Savannah, GA
"Caribou Hunting in the Barren Grounds, New Brunswick" print from Harper's Weekly, New York, January 5, 1884, signed A.B. Frost. Beautifully newly matted and framed in wooden frame. ...
Category

Antique 1880s American Other Prints

Materials

Glass, Wood, Magazine Paper

Here We Are Again by Thomas Nast 1878 Harpers Weekly centerfold
By Thomas Nast
Located in Paonia, CO
Here we go again is an original hand colored wood engraving from a January 1878 Harpers Weekly. Here we see Thomas Nast's ever enduring interpretation of Santa Clause modeled f...
Category

1870s Figurative Prints

Materials

Woodcut

"Christmas Flirtation", Thomas Nast Harper's Weekly Engraving, 19th Century
By Thomas Nast
Located in Alamo, CA
"Christmas Flirtation" is a double page woodcut engraving by Thomas Nast which appeared in the December 23, 1882 Christmas supplement of Harper's Weekly. It depicts a woman standing ...
Category

Mid-19th Century Other Art Style Interior Prints

Materials

Engraving, Woodcut

"Sketches from Western Summer Resorts Harper's Weekly," signed by Charles Graham
By Charles Graham
Located in Milwaukee, WI
"Sketches from Western Summer Resorts, Harper's Weekly" is a hand-colored wood engraving by Charles Graham. The artist signed the piece. It depicts multiple scenes of summer leisure ...
Category

1880s Victorian Landscape Prints

Materials

Engraving

Set of 4 Winslow Homer Engravings from Harper's Weekly 1873
By Winslow Homer
Located in Los Angeles, CA
A set of four authentic engravings by Winslow Homer for Harper's Weekly. These engravings are part of Homer's "Children's Series: works completed during the mid-1870's with a focus o...
Category

Antique 19th Century American Prints

"Crack the Whip" by Winslow Homer for Harper's Weekly Magazine
By Winslow Homer
Located in Los Angeles, CA
The large version of Winslow Homer's engraving "Crack the Whip" created for Harper's Weekly, September 20, 1873. This is one of Homer's most famous engravings, and considered the f...
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Antique 19th Century American Prints

"Christmas 1863", Thomas Nast's Civil War Harper's Weekly Woodcut Engraving
By Thomas Nast
Located in Alamo, CA
This double page woodcut engraving, "Christmas 1863", is meant to be a follow-up to Thomas Nast's 1st Christmas themed illustration "Christmas Eve" 1862, published in Harper's Weekly...
Category

Mid-19th Century Other Art Style Interior Prints

Materials

Engraving, Woodcut

Ciivil War "Christmas Eve" 1862, Thomas Nast Harper's Weekly Woodcut Engraving
By Thomas Nast
Located in Alamo, CA
This original 1863 Thomas Nast double page woodcut engraving entitled "Christmas Eve" depicts a touching and dramatic scene of a husband and wife separated on Christmas Eve 1862 by t...
Category

Mid-19th Century Other Art Style Interior Prints

Materials

Engraving, Woodcut

He Wants a Change Too, from "Harper's Weekly"
By Thomas Nast
Located in Paonia, CO
Thomas Nast ( 1846 - 1902) Title: He Wants a Change Too original wood engraving (double sheet ) Harpers Weekly 1876 paper size 22.00 x 15.50 condition good This original wood engra...
Category

1870s Figurative Prints

Materials

Woodcut

Waiting for A Bite Winslow Homer Harpers Weekly wood engraving 1874
By Winslow Homer
Located in Paonia, CO
Waiting for a Bite is a black and white wood engraving showing three boys on a dead uprooted tree in a swamp fishing in the Adirondecks. It is a very tranquil scene from Harper's Wee...
Category

1870s Figurative Prints

Materials

Woodcut

"Christmas Fancies", Thomas Nast Harper's Weekly Engraving, 19th Century
By Thomas Nast
Located in Alamo, CA
"Christmas Fancies - Don't You Wish You Wore Stockings?" is a double page woodcut engraving created by Thomas Nast. It was published in Harper's Weekly's Christmas issue on December ...
Category

Mid-19th Century Other Art Style Interior Prints

Materials

Engraving, Woodcut

Antique Print of Prize Cats at the London Crystal Palace by Harper's Weekly
Located in Langweer, NL
Antique print titled 'Prize Cats at the London Crystal Palace'. This print originates from Harper's Weekly January 27, 1872.
Category

Antique Mid-19th Century Prints

Materials

Paper

A Pair of Civil War Christmas Thomas Nast Harper's Weekly Woodcut Engravings
By Thomas Nast
Located in Alamo, CA
This pair of original 1863 Thomas Nast double page woodcut engravings entitled "Christmas Eve" and "Christmas 1863" are two of Nast's most famous Christmas illustrations. "Christma...
Category

Mid-19th Century Other Art Style Interior Prints

Materials

Engraving, Woodcut

Christmas 1873, "The Same Old Story", Thomas Nast Harper's Weekly Engraving
By Thomas Nast
Located in Alamo, CA
Thomas Nast's Christmas illustration “The Same Old Story Over Again” was published in Harper’s Weekly on January 4, 1873. The illustration shows two sleeping children, likely his own...
Category

Mid-19th Century Interior Prints

Materials

Engraving, Woodcut

Harpers Weekly For Sale on 1stDibs

On 1stDibs, you can find the most appropriate harpers weekly for your needs in our varied inventory. If you’re looking for a harpers weekly from a specific time period, our collection is diverse and broad-ranging, and you’ll find at least one that dates back to the 19th Century while another version may have been produced as recently as the 19th Century. If you’re looking to add a harpers weekly to create new energy in an otherwise neutral space in your home, you can find a work on 1stDibs that features elements of gray, brown and more. A harpers weekly from Thomas Nast, Charles Graham and Winslow Homer — each of whom created distinctive versions of this kind of work — is worth considering. These artworks were handmade with extraordinary care, with artists most often working in woodcut print and engraving.

How Much is a Harpers Weekly?

The average selling price for a harpers weekly we offer is $875, while they’re typically $99 on the low end and $1,775 for the highest priced.

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