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Marine

Genuine maritime antique prints. Prints of a maritime nature were especially popular from the 17th to 19th centuries, perhaps due to the power and influence of Great Britain's navy and commercial shipping at the time. Marine prints include shipping on rivers and estuaries, beach scenes and all art showing boats.

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48 x 23cm (19 x 9 inches). One of the first Norwegian liners to sail to the US. Twin screw steamer 1..
US$70.00
48 x 23cm (19 x 9 inches). The first of many famous Empress liners. Twin screw steamer 14,188 tons. ..
US$70.00
48 x 23cm (19 x 9 inches). Quadruple screw turbine steamer 51,969 tons. Built 1913 for the Hamburg-A..
US$70.00
48 x 23cm (19 x 9 inches). Known for the extravagant 1st class rococo carvings.Twin screw express st..
US$70.00
48 x 23cm (19 x 9 inches). For many years this ship and her sister ship Lusitania provided an unriva..
US$70.00
48 x 23cm (19 x 9 inches). Sailed weekly from Rotterdam to New York. Twin screw steamer 16,967 tons...
US$70.00
48 x 23cm (19 x 9 inches). A luxurious passenger liner at the turn of the century. Twin screw steame..
US$70.00
48 x 23cm (19 x 9 inches). When America entered the war she was taken over by the US government and ..
US$70.00
48 x 23cm (19 x 9 inches). One of the largest ships owned by Cunard.Twin screw intermediate steamer ..
US$70.00
48 x 23cm (19 x 9 inches). One of the world's first pair of turbine liners. Triple screw turbine ste..
US$70.00
48 x 23cm (19 x 9 inches). Well known for her luxury and reliability. Quadruple screw express turbi..
US$70.00
48 x 23cm (19 x 9 inches). The sister ship to the Titanic. Triple screw steamer 43,324 tons. Built 1..
US$70.00