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Early Spring, Central Park (New York City)
By Nicolai Cikovsky
Located in New York, NY
New York City's Central Park, sailors in uniform, and a spring day -- Cikovsky's print has it all! It's an idyllic post-World War II scene. Even the title, Early Spring, makes the pr...
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Mid-20th Century Ashcan School Figurative Prints

Materials

Lithograph

New York City Parade
By Karl Struss
Located in Dallas, TX
Artist stamp in blue ink and misc. notation in pencil on print verso Vintage gelatin silver print Karl Struss was an American photographer and cinematographer born 1886, in New York...
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Early 20th Century Modern Black and White Photography

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Silver Gelatin

  • New York City Parade
  • New York City Parade
  • New York City Parade
  • New York City Parade
H 4 in. W 3 in. D 0.1 in.
Winter Street Scene, New York City
Located in Long Island City, NY
A New York City winter steet scene (possibly Madison Ave?) by American Impressionist, Kenneth Frazier (1867 - 1949). Painting measures 18 x 12 inches, not signed or dated. Exhibite...
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Early 20th Century American Impressionist Landscape Paintings

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Oil

Signed Lithograph of a Cityscape, A New York City Building
Located in Great Barrington, MA
A signed Vernon Howe Bailey Signed lithograph of a building under construction in New York City in the classical style, on heavy weight paper. Vernon Howe Bailey was an American arti...
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Early 20th Century Drawings

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Paper

Large Bronze Architectural Plaque from New York City
Located in Los Angeles, CA
From the National American Building, formerly located at 340 Madison Avenue, New York City. This building was constructed in 1927 and was designed by the renowned architect Joseph H....
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Early 20th Century American Neoclassical Revival Architectural Elements

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Bronze

Antique Book Mark / Ruler Advertising, New York City
Located in San Diego, CA
An antique book mark / ruler advertising Jas. G. Wilson's blinds and shutter shop at 74 West 23rd Street in New York City, circa 1910s. The graphics are a black transfer of various p...
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Early 20th Century American More Desk Accessories

Materials

Bone

George Washington Bridge Under Construction (from New York City)
Located in New York, NY
Clearly a view from New York City across the Hudson River to the New Jersey Palisades, this small format packs a wallop! Construction of the bridge was begun in 1927 and this scene i...
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Early 20th Century American Modern Landscape Prints

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Etching

Alfred Stieglitz Photogravure "City of Ambition," 1910, New York Image
By Alfred Stieglitz
Located in Phoenix, AZ
Alfred Stieglitz (American, Hoboken, New Jersey 1864–1946 New York) "City of Ambition" from Camera Work Number 36 (1910) Photogravure on Japanese tissue mounted on paper, as issued...
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Early 20th Century Photography

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Paper

Oscar Alf "New York City Skyline" Pencil Signed Etching C.1930s
Located in San Francisco, CA
Oscar Alf "New York City Skyline" Pencil Signed Etching C.1930s Plate dimensions 8" wide x 6" high Paper dimensions 10" wide x 8" high Pencil signed and titled by the artist The ...
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Early 20th Century Landscape Prints

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Etching

Jean Negulesco New York City Scene, 1929 signed Oil on Canvas
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Oil on canvas by artist and Hollywood director Jean Negulesco (1900-1993). Famous for the films he directed, "How to Marry a Millionaire" "Three Coins in a Fountain" "Johnny Belinda"...
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Early 20th Century Landscape Paintings

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Canvas

Jean Negulesco New York City Scene, 1929 signed Oil on Canvas
By Jean Negulesco
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Oil on canvas by artist and Hollywood director Jean Negulesco (1900-1993). Famous for the films he directed, "How to Marry a Millionaire" "Three Coins in a Fountain&qu...
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Early 20th Century American Paintings

Materials

Canvas

Vintage 1930s Old New York City Mounted "Straphanger" Subway Car Handle
Located in Hamilton, Ontario
This cast iron and porcelain 'straphanger' or pivoting grab handle was made by the Rico manufacturing company of the United States in circa 1930 in a period industrial style. The cas...
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Early 20th Century American Industrial Decorative Art

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Iron

Eye of the Storm (Dramatic New York City skyline during a storm's lull)
By Frederick Mershimer
Located in New Orleans, LA
This impression is of the NYC skyline during the eye of Hurricane Rita. Moody, mysterious, majestic – these are some of the ways to describe the mezzotints of Frederick Mershimer. H...
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Early 20th Century American Modern Landscape Prints

Materials

Mezzotint

A Pair Of Antique Copper Ceiling Tile Framed Mirrors-New York City
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
Antique Pair Of Copper New York City Ceiling Tile Mirrors. Salvaged from 19th Century New York City buildings, painted orange copper tile mounted on wood pair of of square wall mirro...
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Early 20th Century American Industrial Wall Mirrors

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Copper

Johann Berthelsen, Times Sq, Period Oil Painting of New York City 1883-1972
By Johann Berthelsen, 1883-1972
Located in Chesterfield, NJ
An oil painting on panel by artist Johann Berthelsen that showcases a view of Times Square in the Winter in New York City. Painting image measure 12 x 9 approximately 16 x 12 framed...
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Early 20th Century Impressionist Landscape Paintings

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Oil

Catalogue of Engraved Views, Plans, Etc., Of New York City, 1st Ed
Located in valatie, NY
A catalogue of engraved views, plans, etc., Of New York City, (The Collection of Percy R. Pyne II). Privately Printed by The De Vinne Press, New York, 1912. Limited to 100 copies. Gr...
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Early 20th Century American Books

Materials

Paper

New York City Copper Subway Light
Located in New York, NY
Copper New York City Subway Light fixture, beautiful color and form, shown with an edison bulb. Newly rewired. Heir Antiques specializing in folk art, industrial, rustic modern, ...
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Early 20th Century American Table Lamps

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Copper

Large Copper Repousse Architectural Panel, New York City
Located in San Francisco, CA
Heavy gauge copper with repousse abstract stylized acyanthus designs. Once a panel on the facing of a building in New York, now mounted on wooden frame. Ready to hang. Ink-stampe...
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Early 20th Century American Panelling

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Copper

Printed cloth, Elms and Sellons New York City
By Elms and Sellons
Located in Clear Spring, MD
This was the basis for a toy, meant to be cut and sewn together. Work by the Elms and Sellons company is rarely found. They were on 49th St and the copyright date is 1910. Colorful...
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Early 20th Century American Decorative Art

Materials

Fabric, Ink

The Woolworth Building — early 20th-Century New York City
By Joseph Pennell
Located in Myrtle Beach, SC
Joseph Pennell, 'The Woolworth Building', etching, 1915, edition c. 100, Wuerth 675. Signed in pencil. Signed and dated in the plate, lower right. A fine impression, in dark sepia in...
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1910s American Impressionist Figurative Prints

Materials

Etching

New York City Subway Sconce
Located in Sagaponack, NY
A superb quality patinated bronze double arm wall lamp.
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Early 20th Century American Wall Lights and Sconces

Materials

Bronze

  • New York City Subway Sconce
  • New York City Subway Sconce
  • New York City Subway Sconce
  • New York City Subway Sconce
H 4 in. W 16 in. D 8 in.
Vintage New York City Subway Sign
Located in New York, NY
Sign measures 64 x 24 inches. Can be cut to desired length. Custom framing available. If framed, overall size would be 68.5" H x 27.5" W.
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Early 20th Century American Decorative Art

New York City Subway No Smoking Sign
Located in Chicago, IL
Very rare early 20th century porcelain no smoking sign from the New York City subway.
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Early 20th Century American Signs

Materials

Porcelain

  • New York City Subway No Smoking Sign
  • New York City Subway No Smoking Sign
  • New York City Subway No Smoking Sign
  • New York City Subway No Smoking Sign
H 28 in. W 21.5 in. D 0.75 in.
Antique New York City Fire Department Call Box
Located in Stamford, CT
Antique Iron fire department call box. Still has interior mechanism which is often hard to find intact. Made by The Gamewell Co., New York, NY. This is a fine piece of memorabilia...
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Early 20th Century American More Furniture and Collectibles

"New York City Scape" WPA Modernist Lucille Blanch
Located in Petaluma, CA
A wonderful perspective shown of the New York City skyline by WPA modernist Lucille Blanch (1895-1981). Graphite on paper. A beautiful piece of art for the office or den. Painter ...
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Early 20th Century American Paintings

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Graphite, Paper

New York City Street Sign Church Street and Cortlandt Street
Located in Sag Harbor, NY
This is a vintage and historic New York City humpback porcelain street sign. Two-sided, this sign has the Classic blue and white porcelain finish. Lower Manhattan from the corner of ...
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Early 20th Century American Historical Memorabilia

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Porcelain

American Carved Oak Dining Suite made in New York City
Located in Vancouver, British Columbia
A large, American-made, solid oak Renaissance Revival drawleaf dining table with boldly-carved gadrooned apron and carved legs, the solid plank top extending to a generous thirteen f...
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Early 20th Century American Renaissance Revival Dining Room Tables

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Oak

Copper Figural Relief from the Commodore Hotel in New York City
Located in New York, NY
Beautiful architectural find, verdigris copper grotesque with original patina that took decades, from Warren & Wetmore’s triumphant 1911 Beaux Arts masterpiece, the Hotel Commodore t...
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Early 20th Century American Beaux Arts Wall-mounted Sculptures

Bronze Cigar Ashtray with Nude Woman from Luchow's Restaurant, New York City
Located in Petaluma, CA
Guys here's your chance at the ultimate ash tray. I am always being asked for cigar ashtrays,and rarely do I even see them. They need to be much longer, and not have any indentations...
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Early 20th Century American Art Nouveau Tobacco Accessories

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Bronze

Early 20th century dress form from New York City
Located in Madison, WI
Early 20th century dress form is a sculptural beauty. From her nipped waist to statuesque height to attached turn-of-the-century hoop skirt shell. Foot pedal adjusts her height from ...
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Early 20th Century American Decorative Objects

Materials

Steel

Early modernist oil painting of New York City
By Squire J. Vickers
Located in Oakland, CA
Colorful and expressive oil painting of New York City by renown architect and and artist Squire J. Vickers. Squire Joseph Vickers, (1872-1942), was a true renaissance man. In additi...
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Early 20th Century American Modern Abstract Paintings

Materials

Oil

Vintage New York City Elevator Doors
Located in Phoenix, AZ
Salvaged vintage elevator doors from an apartment building in New York City. Originally there were three sets, but this is the only one remaining. Antiqued Copper with vintage mirror.
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Early 20th Century More Furniture and Collectibles

  • Vintage New York City Elevator Doors
  • Vintage New York City Elevator Doors
  • Vintage New York City Elevator Doors
  • Vintage New York City Elevator Doors
H 84 in. W 21 in. D 2 in.
Antique Map of New York City
Located in New York, NY
Map of Manhattan printed in 1902, in black-painted wood frame. Print measures 14" x 22", framed dimensions given below.
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Early 20th Century American Prints

  • Antique Map of New York City
  • Antique Map of New York City
  • Antique Map of New York City
  • Antique Map of New York City
H 30 in. W 23.5 in.
New York City Fashion Trade Sign
Located in Southampton, NY
Early 20th century Manhattan trade sign for "Gowns" at 57 East 56th Street, New York, NY. Double-sided signage in painted tin, framed in wood. Wear to one side of sign.
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Early 20th Century American Folk Art Signs

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Tin

  • New York City Fashion Trade Sign
  • New York City Fashion Trade Sign
  • New York City Fashion Trade Sign
  • New York City Fashion Trade Sign
H 23 in. W 39 in. D 1 in.
Old Advertising Sign From New York City
Located in Tarrytown, NY
Large advertising sign on metal. Strong graphic appeal. Sign was used to advertise a shop in lower Manhattan.
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Early 20th Century American Decorative Art

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Metal

Thomas Fogarty (1873-1938) New York City Street Scene
Located in Woodbury, CT
Framed oil on canvas Street Scene; possibly at Central Park. Illustrator Thomas Fogarty is known for nostalgic pen and ink illustrations depicting an earlier era. He worked in many ...
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Early 20th Century Paintings

Gothic Arts & Crafts Fixture 7-Light
By Cassidy of New York City
Located in Vancouver, BC
All original finish, 7-light Gothic Arts & Crafts bare bulb chandelier. Attributed to Cassidy of New York City. Fitted with Tungsten bulbs. 43"H x 30"W. (2 smaller flush mounts also ...
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Early 20th Century Chandeliers and Pendants

Hand Painted Wooden W.P.A. Sign for City of New York, circa 1930
By WPA
Located in San Francisco, CA
About This is an original hand painted wooden sign from the WPA from the city of New York, USA. The sign is made from plywood and is painted in a matte paint. It reads "A W.P.A. P...
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Early 20th Century American Industrial Signs

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Wood

Johann Berthelsen Little Church Around the Corner New York City Oil Painting
By Johann Berthelsen, 1883-1972
Located in Chesterfield, NJ
An oil painting on panel by artist Johann Berthelsen that showcases a view of the Little Church around the Corner in New York City. Painting image measure 12 x 9 approximately 16 x ...
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Early 20th Century Impressionist Landscape Paintings

Materials

Oil

Eye of the Storm (a dramatic New York City skyline during Hurricane Rita)
By Frederick Mershimer
Located in New Orleans, LA
Moody, mysterious, majestic – these are some of the ways to describe the mezzotints of Frederick Mershimer. His images travel through the serenity of a Brooklyn neighborhood on a sti...
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Early 20th Century American Modern Landscape Prints

Materials

Mezzotint

Eye of the Storm (a dramatic New York City skyline during a storm's lull)
By Frederick Mershimer
Located in New Orleans, LA
Moody, mysterious, majestic – these are some of the ways to describe the mezzotints of Frederick Mershimer. His images travel through the serenity of a Brooklyn neighborhood on a sti...
Category

Early 20th Century American Modern Landscape Prints

Materials

Mezzotint

Lion and Cub, Central Park Zoo, New York City, by Vincent Salerno, circa 1920
By Vincent Salerno
Located in Rochester, NY
Antique impressionist sculpture. "Helen" the lioness licks her new born cub. Only two copies of this plaster sculpture exist. By artist Vincent Salerno (American 1893-). Salerno freq...
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Early 20th Century American Modern Animal Sculptures

Early 20th Century New York City Train Destination Sign
Located in Chicago, IL
Early 20th century New York City train schedule sign with original metal frame.
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Early 20th Century American Industrial Signs

Materials

Metal

Antique Chest from New York City
Located in Culver City, CA
A useful old chest from a New York City company that supplied "A1automobile & Carriage" finishing materials. The chest could be used in a lot of places around the house as well as be...
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Early 20th Century American Boxes

Materials

Pine

  • Antique Chest from New York City
  • Antique Chest from New York City
  • Antique Chest from New York City
  • Antique Chest from New York City
H 12.5 in. W 19 in. D 15.25 in.

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