• Creator
  • Beers, F. W. (Frederick W.). Atlas of New York and vicinity, from actual surveys
  • Created Date
  • 1867
  • Publisher
  • F. W. Beers, A. D. Ellis, and G. G. Soule, 1867
    New York
  • Description
  • 5 Plates with 14 engravings, 12 illustrations from art and 2 from photographs...These plates were created by Frederick W. von Egloffstein's Heliographic Eng. Co., 135 West 25th St., N.Y. George Rockwood, N.Y., is credited as the photographer on the two photographs. These are the largest plates by von Egloffstein commonly found. They represent the peak of his business, which lasted apparently only two years. Very few publications exist with thi... more
    5 Plates with 14 engravings, 12 illustrations from art and 2 from photographs...These plates were created by Frederick W. von Egloffstein's Heliographic Eng. Co., 135 West 25th St., N.Y. George Rockwood, N.Y., is credited as the photographer on the two photographs. These are the largest plates by von Egloffstein commonly found. They represent the peak of his business, which lasted apparently only two years. Very few publications exist with this special half-tone method. This collection has most of the representative plates currently known to exist."--Hanson Collection catalog, p. 31. In: Atlas of New York and vicinity, from actual surveys / by and under the direction of F. W. Beers, assisted by Geo. E. Warner 46 x 39 cm--Title supplied by cataloger. Forms part of the David A. Hanson Collection of the History of Photomechanical Reproduction. less
  • Format
  • Heliographic engravings
    Photographs
  • Rights
  • No known copyright restrictions. No known restrictions on use.