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USA VIEWS 6

New York City (1)

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View: G. W. Thorne from New York. Yellow label on the back gives an overview of 42 available views in the “New York City” series. Underlined is the title “Park Avenue”.

Grade: 7. Green/blue flat mount stereoview, 1870’s. A very nice view with slight general wear.

Price: $ 75

Ordering number: USA401

 

 

View: G. W. Thorne from New York. Yellow label on the back gives an overview of 42 available views in the “New York City” series. Underlined is the title “Grand Opera House”. Right from the “news office”, you can see an advertising board. On top of this board you can read “Tammany”. This will likely be a reference to Tamany Hall, an Irish immigrant-supported Democratic Party political machine that would dominate local politics throughout the second half of the 1800’s. Click < here > to see a close-up of the image.

Grade: 7. Green/blue flat mount stereoview, 1870’s. A very nice view with slight general wear.

Price: $ 75

Ordering number: USA402

 

 

View: G. W. Thorne from New York. No lable on the back. Printed on the front is “American Views, New York City, Trinity Church”.

Grade: 7. Green/blue flat mount stereoview, 1870’s. A nice view with slight general wear.

Price: $ 40

Ordering number: USA403

 

 

View: G. W. Thorne from New York. No lable on the back. Printed on the front is “American Views, New York City”. Handwritten on the back is “The Battery & Corn Exchange”.

Grade: 7. Red flat mount stereoview, 1870’s. A nice view with slight general wear. Click < here > to check out  a close up of this image.

Price: $ 75

Ordering number: USA404

 

 

View: G. W. Thorne from New York. No lable on the back. Printed on the front is “American Views, New York City”. Handwritten on the back is “5th Avenue Synogoge”. This is the Temple Amanu-El. It was erected in 1868 by German Jews and leveled in the early 20th century.

Grade: 6. Yello flat mount stereoview, 1870’s. A nice view, but it has some spots, covering both images. Scan is adequate in showing this.

Price: $ 60

Ordering number: USA405

 

 

View: G. W. Thorne from New York. No lable on the back. Printed on the front is “American Views, New York City”. Handwritten on the back is “Fulton Ferry”.

Grade: 8. Yellow flat mount stereoview, 1870’s. A very nice view with only slight general wear.

Price: $ 60

Ordering number: USA406

 

 

View: G. W. Thorne from New York. Blue label on the back gives an overview of 36 available views in the “Greenwood Cemetery NY” series. Underlined is the title “John Anderson”. This is his mausoleum. There’s a great story about this specific John Anderson. He made a fortune in tobacco, became a suspect in the 1842 murder of Mary Rogers, one of his young employees. The case was a tabloid newspaper sensation and even inspired a book by Edgar Allan Poe".

Grade: 7. Green/blue flat mount stereoview, 1870’s. A very nice view with slight general wear.

Price: $ 25

Ordering number: USA407

 

 

View: D. Barnum from Cortland, New York. No lable on the back. Printed on the front is “American Views, Central Park, 268. Drive Over Terrace”.

Grade: 7/8. Red flat mount stereoview, 1870’s. A very nice view with slight general wear.

Price: $ 30

Ordering number: USA408

 

 

View: Unknown photographer. New York series. View says below right: “Shipping. East River”. This view is taken from a ship’s deck and gives really great 3D. There’s a advertising text “Delmonico’s..Syrup…toral”.

Grade: 7. Yellow flat mount stereoview late 1800’s. Some general wear.

Price: $ 30

Ordering number: USA409

 

 

View: No photographer mentioned, but we are pretty sure this is photographed by J. S. Johnston, View & Marine Photo, New York. This is from the exact same series as views 504 and 505. Those views both have an Johnston imprint on the back of the card.  This view says: “132. Electric Railroad at Chatham Square, NY”. Great athmosphere this one!

Grade: 6/7. Yellow flat mount stereoview 1870’s. Some general wear with some spots (most on the backside). Although this view is a commonly sized stereoview, view looks clipped at the upper side. We are not sure if this was originally meant to be.

Price: $ 35

Ordering number: USA410

 

 

View: J. S. Johnston, View & Marine Photo, New York (there’s a photographer’s imprint on the back of the card).  This view says: “Barge Office &c N.Y. 48”.

Grade: 6/7. Yellow flat mount stereoview 1870’s. Some general wear with some spots (most on the backside). Although this view is a commonly sized stereoview, view looks clipped at the upper side. We are not sure if this was originally meant to be.

Price: $ 30

Ordering number: USA411

 

 

View: J. S. Johnston, View & Marine Photo, New York (there’s a photographer’s imprint on the back of the card).  No description on this view of Brooklyn Bridge from the East River. 

Grade: 6/7. Yellow flat mount stereoview 1870’s. Some general wear with some spots (most on the backside). Although this view is a commonly sized stereoview, view looks clipped at the upper side. We are not sure if this was originally meant to be.

Price: $ 30

Ordering number: USA412

 

 

View: No photographer mentioned, but we are pretty sure this is photographed by J. S. Johnston, View & Marine Photo, New York. This is from the exact same series as views 504 and 505. Those views both have an Johnston imprint on the back of the card.  This view says: “78. The Astor Hotel & Broadway, N.Y.”

Grade: 6/7. Yellow flat mount stereoview 1870’s. Some general wear with some spots (most on the backside). Although this view is a commonly sized stereoview, view looks clipped at the upper and lower side. We are not sure if this was originally meant to be.

Price: $ 35

Ordering number: USA413

 

 

View: Anthony Bros. From New York.  This is one of the “New Gelatine – Bromide Process” views. Left image says below: “Union Square, East, N.Y.”.  Horse driven public transport to see. Click < here > to check out the fancy backside of this view.

Grade: 7. Light gray flat mount stereoview 1870-1880’s. Some general wear.

Price: $ 30

Ordering number: USA414

 

 

View: J. W.  & J. S. Moulton from Salem, Mass. There’s a list on the backside giving the available views from the “New York City and Vicinity” series. Underlined is #924 “Stewart’s Dry Goods Store”.

Grade: 7/8.  Flat light yellow mount stereoview, 1870’s. Only very slight wear.

Price: $ 20

Ordering number: USA415

 

 

View: Early E. & H.T. Anthony view. From Public Buildings in New York City and Vicinity

“No. 6596 The Herald Building and Park National Bank” 

Grade: 6.  Flat yellow mount view 1870’s. A bit faded and quite some dirt. 

Price: $ 10

Ordering number: USA416

 

 

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