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Capture Plymouth North Carolina 1864 Antique Wood Engraved Civil War Print For Sale

Capture Plymouth North Carolina 1864 Antique Wood Engraved Civil War Print

The Attack of Fort Bateman at hte Capture of Plymouth, North Carolina

View of the Roanoke River & Appearance of the Rebel Ram "Albemarle"

The Capture of Plymouth, North Carolina

Issued 1864, Harper's Weekly

Fine original antique wood engraved Civil War eraprint. Printed on quality paper which retains its inherent structural flexibility and soundness.

One of the primary ways in which theAmerican public followed the Civil War was in illustrated newspapers. Harpers Weekly had numerous artists on their staff, stationed around the country. On a weekly basis these artists created memorable pictorial images capturing key events, location and people. This original sheet is a wonderful example ofa view into American history, and is well worthy of framing for display.

InGood+ or better condition, some light minor age wear,faintscattered normal agewrinkling, an inoffensivecrease across the center of thepageand some small scattered foxing, but overall the image remains cleanand very attractive[note: we grade very conservatively and always seek to disclose any noteworthy flaws]. Text on verso as issued.

The printed area remains visually pleasing, a nice impression of an interesting image.

Any minor defects along the sheet edges and in the margins may be seen in the photos.

Harper's Weeklywasa popular news periodical of its day and was profusely illustrated with charming and well executed wood engraved images created exclusively for it. These images now appear quaint and delightfully dated to our eye, with a somewhatfolk art appeal to them.Harper's employed many talented artists and many of their images are worthy of framing for display.

Sheet measures c. 10 1/2" W x 15 5/8" H.

Engraved area measures c. 9" W x 13 1/2" H.

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Guaranteed Authentic!

We do not sell modern reprints of old images. These are the real thing, as described. No exceptions.

Condition:

We only handle, sell& ship original vintage and antique items. Old sheets of paper, printed long ago. Items which are really old, like we say. Not modern copies or modern reproductions. It's amazing how many people still ask us if an item is truly old & genuine.

We strive to describe our items accurately.We understand you cannot see it in person. We are trying to present it accurately and convey condition correctly withcareful digital photography, accurate flat-bed scans of the item which are zoomable, precise printed sheet &image sizes and knowledgeable descriptive words.

It is important to understand & remember that many old printed paper items survive merely by chance, and all are somewhat unique if you inspect them closely. Few of the same typematch exactly if compared side-by-side. Each has it's own characteristics and patina- sometimes the differences are minor, other times quite noticable.

Individual pieces have typically seen numerous owners and been handled many times over the course of their existence.On old sheets of paper, short edge splits (which are often carefully repaired with discrete small pieces of archival tape), light foxing, minor age discoloration, etc. are all things to expect.It's often unrealistic to expect an old sheet of paper to survive looking like new or without flaws. The key to any printed sheet is the overall visual appeal of the piece. Oftensmallsigns of agedo not distract but rather they often add to the overall visualcharacter.

Keep in mind when you receive your item that you are not handling a modern copy, norsome clever modern reprint, or so on. You are holding a genuinepiece of printed graphic history,an old sheet of paperthat was printed long ago and will, with some basic proper care, be around for a long time yet to come. In the meantime, you can visually enjoy it in your portfolio, hang it on your wall, give it as a present, etc.

We really do tryto note anyvisually significant flaws in the description.Less noticeable, subtleor common minor age flaw characteristics may not be specifically mentioned, although often they are clearly visible within the zoomable scans or close-ups provided.Please look closely, do your research if needed, and ponder it before you click the buy-it button.

Virtually all old sheets of paper display some sort of visible age wear somewhere, and any attempt to capture every last one of them in words would just end in either mentalor physical grid-lock. Short minor closed edge splits, uneven blank side margins (of no significance 99% time), obvious narrow margins, light typical scattered age spotting, inoffensive light dampstaining in blank margins, etc. are all often not commented upon, as they are mostly not worthy of specific mention. Rather, their presence is reflected in the overall grade of the item, which carries more weight.

We do not use superlatives, we do not overgrade, misrepresent,or puff an item up. We grade conservatively since we want you to be pleased when it arrives. This is our commitment to you.

In an attempt to capture the essence of each item, we usea hand-full of simple clear categories. These range from:Fair (or lesser), Good / Good+, near VG to VG,VG+/ near Fine & Fine.

Fair means with some flaws as mentioned. It doesn't mean horrible or excellent. Possibly not for gift-giving, but entirely acceptable if the item is uncommon or scarce or you really like it. Many fine institutions around the world own paper items in far worse condition than most of the items we sell.

When we say "Good" or "Good+", it means basically "quite OK" , "nice" and in our opinion "entirely acceptable for most people" in overall appearance. It does not mean stunningly excellent or virtually like new, nor does it imply lousy, defective, poor, etc. Those lesser conditions are either avoided in acquisition or clearly noted if offered, as are the higher grades.

Very Good to Very Good+ (VG & VG+) mean quite nice. It means thatwe would happily buy this item for our own collection.

"Near Fine" is used only sparingly, not thrown around lightly, and means approaching excellent,probably nicer than most other surviving similar examples.Likely the item is notperfect, it likely posseses some minor trivial age-related flaws, or has minor blank margin issues, perhaps some light visible spotting, etc. But when you have it before you, it is clearly worthy of ownership, display, perhaps a museum or an advancedcollection, etc.

These basic condition distinctionshould be understood before you order from us. They reveal much about the item being offered. Please keep them in mind as you are considering any item. Please do not buy an item described as "Good+ to near VG" and then complain there are minor splits or age spots in the blank margins.

There are a few buyers who still who act surprised or get upset when they learn many, if not most, old maps offered for sale come from atlases (like Mercator, Ortelius, and most loose old maps do, etc)... or that many old printswere actually first issued within books (which today are now rare, expensive and widely sought after- for instance, Audubon, most 19th century color plate books, etc.). For the record, we never "break" fine copies of old books or atlases which are better preserved as objects. Their scarce market position & commensurate high prices do not allow this to occur. Much of our inventoryhas beenacquiredeither loose, in large batches, or from stray defective or poor condition odd volumesover the past28+ years and we remain very active & strong buyers today.

Remember, you can return anything you buy from us without quibble for30 days. How fair is that?

We are a U.S. based internetbusiness. All of our measurements are in inches (not metric). If you need the size in Metric/ Centimeters please multiply the supplied inches measurement by 2.53.

Payment and Shipping

  • We happily accept PayPal!

  • Payment is appreciated within 5 days. Why buy something and then not pay for it? Please wait until you are ready to pay before you buy something.

  • Once payment has been received we do our best to make sure all orders are shipped withintwo business days and most often have them shipped within one. Sometimes, we ship within hours. Your order goes out promptly, protected, with basic tracking details and transit insurance!

  • We send a payment confirmation and a copy of the Paypal paymentto the email address associated with your PP payment.

  • All orders are shipped well protected in sturdy tubes or flat white mailers (depending on size) via the U.S. Post Office.

  • Large items are far better sent rolled than flat. Large flat items are particularly susceptible to damge and require so much extra sturdy packing they become very heavy and cost a small fortune to ship. Our tubes will arrive undamaged, your items well protected in transit, within a plastic bagand ready for your inspection.

  • Please be aware that once we have shipped your order we no longer have any control over shipping time or delays. Some people appear to believe we control all aspects of global shipping on all parcels we send, but unfortunately this is not the case.

  • We are unable to ship to any address other than what appears on your PayPal Payment.Please be sure that this address is correct at the time of checkout. Please do not pay with one address, then email us to send it somewhere else.Sorry, can't and won't do it.

  • Once your order has been paid for we are, unfortunately,unable to "Hold it". We are required by to ship within 2 business days of receiving payment and we typically ship much faster than that. This is part of how they rate sellers.

World Wide Flat Rate Shipping-

  • US Domestic Shipping-First Class mail-- $1.95 for first item + $1 each item after. Priority available starting at $4.95 first item, then typically $1 each therafter (unless heavy or huge).

  • Shipping to Canada-First Class mail-- $9.95 for first item + $3 for each item after. (so shipping 3 prints = $15.95, 10 prints =$36.95, etc.)

  • All other International Shipping- $9.95 for first item + $3 for each item after for First Class mail. (so shipping 3 prints = $15.95, 10 prints =$36.95, etc.)

Please note- this shipping cost is obviously less than our true cost. No matter how many items you buy, for sure it will cost us more than we are charging. If the check-out system charges you too much for what-ever reason, just bring it to our attention--- we'll happily work with you to refund when we ship your item(s).

Important information for our International Buyers:

  • You may be charged customs, taxes or other import duties by your country! [this has nothing at all to do with us. Please do not hold us responsible if your Government wants to collect tax when you buy something outside of your country].

  • Import duties, taxes, and customs fees are not included in the item price or shipping cost. These charges are normally collected by the shipping service when the package is delivered or when you pick the item up. They are the buyer's responsibility and are not additional shipping charges. [Please understand they have nothing to do with us and we have no control over them].

  • Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to offerding or buying. [We do not know about rules of your Customs office.There are a lot of countries in the world with complex detailed laws in languages we don't read. Plus these laws are constantly being changed & revised].

  • We won't under-value merchandise or mark the item as a gift on customs forms. Doing so is against US and International law! Please don't ask. Any requests to do this will be ignored. All orders are labeled as merchandise and described as a printed old/ antiquepaper item. [again, please do not ask us to mis-represent International mail parcels].

  • First Class Mail is the least expensive shipping option available and as such is the slowest. In addition to this we have seen longer delays in customs in recent months-- it can take as much as 6-8 weeks to arrive.

  • Please be patient once we ship Internationally--your package will arrive, but it may take time. You can't be in a rush to receive an item if you live outside the U.S.A. International mail is efficient & 99.9% accurate, but it is not typically fast.

  • If you would prefer to upgrade your shipping to faster Priority options we are happy to send you an invoice. Our experience tells us Priority International post is often slower than First Class. It's backwards, and typically only makes sense if the parcel has value exceeding a certain level or extra security is desired.

About Us:

Antiquemapsprints is a very active online business and has beendealing full-time in antique maps, decorative printed historyand interesting old books for more than 28 years. The owner has been in the field since he was a boy of 12 some 40 years ago. He now works with numerousassistants running an active on-line business.

We have always maintained a strong interest & stock in a wide range of antiquarian fields, which include [but are not limited to] specialties such as:cartography, philately, numismatics, printed geography &topography of the 17th-19th centuries, global ethnography, cultural & world-wide views of all sorts- especially fascinating or remotelocations, 19th century chromolithographic printing, old & early wood scarceand interesting books in numerous fields- including early American imprints & rare children's books (1750-1890's); old advertising graphics, travel ephemera, tobacco & fruitart, posters, old photographs, etc. We maintain a significant in-house reference library containing thousands of finedetailed monographs & bibliographies on all of the above topics and many more. Most of these scholarly works are thus far still unavailable online and this deep archive of information is consulted on a daily basis.

We are located in a fine large c.1820 house in the southern corner of beautiful historic New Hampshire; New England, United States. We areone hour north of Boston, an hour south of Portland, Maine.

Wecare about what we do and the quality of service we offer. We efficiently process & ship many hundreds of packages around the U.S. and the world every month.

We try to offer as much information as possible in our listings. Because there are various people involved in cataloguing many hundreds ofunique antiqueitemsevery week, something is occasionally missed or overlooked. Remember, you can always return any item when you deal with us.

Also, because our inventory is spread out among 3 of buildings in different locations, it is oftendifficultor impossible to provide a precise annotated back-ground source for any given specific print. Our inventory is very large, always growing and constantly shifting. Our knowledge is based on more than40 years of looking at old, vintage & rareprinted items, starting when the owner first began collecting, studying& dealing in rare comic books, in the very early 1970's (seems like yesterday).

If you receive your order and are unhappy for any reason, please email us immediately!We are without fail friendly, honest, intelligent andwant you to be happy.We willingly accept returns for 30 days after you receive any item, and issue refunds without delay or hassle. We guarantee the authenticity and stand behind everything we sell-- for life.We are primarilyinterested in building long-term relationships and anything you ever purchase from us is subject to your inspection & approval. Zero risk.

We are diligently working to become a leading world-wide source of authentic & well-priced interesting old maps & vintage graphically printedsheets of paper. Vintage printed images which are pleasing to own & look at.

We also run our own active and constantly updated website* which we invite you to visit. Everything offered there is not found in our stores.

Best regards from all of us here at Antiquemapsprints

(c) 2014 Brian DiMambro*

*fellow print & map sellers-- please do not plagarize my writings. If you usethem, kindly credit me.

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