The Frankland Mansion





This print features The Frankland Mansion, which was on the corner of Garden Court and Prince St. in North Square, Boston. It was built ca. 1712-15 for William Clark, a wealthy merchant and city councillor. It became the residence of Sir Charles Henry and Lady Frankland.


The print comes from a disbound copy of "Romances of Early America" by Edward Robins. It was published by George W. Jacobs and Co., Philadelphia, 1902. The print measures 5.5 x 8 inches and is printed on thicker quality stock with an embossed border.  

Print has a rough edge where it was bound into the book, otherwise clean and crisp.

Title page shown for reference purposes and is not included with the sale.


The Foulke House at Penllyn





This print is titled "The Foulke House at Penllyn" and comes from a disbound copy of "Romances of Early America" by Edward Robins. It was published by George W. Jacobs and Co., Philadelphia, 1902. The print measures 5.5 x 8 inches and is printed on thicker quality stock with an embossed border.  


Print has a rough edge where it was bound into the book, otherwise clean and crisp.

Title page shown for reference purposes and is not included with the sale.


Anthony Wayne





This is portrait of Anthony Wayne, a United States Army officer and statesman. Wayne adopted a military career at the outset of the American Revolutionary War, where his military exploits and fiery personality quickly earned him promotion to brigadier general and the sobriquet Mad Anthony. He later served as the Senior Officer of the Army and led the Legion of the United States.  

The print comes from a disbound copy of "Romances of Early America" by Edward Robins. It was published by George W. Jacobs and Co., Philadelphia, 1902. The print measures 5.5 x 8 inches and is printed on thicker quality stock with an embossed border.  

Print has a rough edge where it was bound into the book, otherwise clean and crisp.

Title page shown for reference purposes and is not included with the sale.


Thomas Jefferson




This is portrait of Thomas Jefferson, it comes from a disbound copy of "Romances of Early America" by Edward Robins. It was published by George W. Jacobs and Co., Philadelphia, 1902. The print measures 5.5 x 8 inches and is printed on thicker quality stock with an embossed border.  

Print has a rough edge where it was bound into the book, otherwise clean and crisp.

Title page shown for reference purposes and is not included with the sale.


The White Hall





This print is titled "The White Hall, New York." It comes from a disbound copy of "Romances of Early America" by Edward Robins. It was published by George W. Jacobs and Co., Philadelphia, 1902. The print measures 5.5 x 8 inches and is printed on thicker quality stock with an embossed border.  

Print has a rough edge where it was bound into the book, otherwise clean and crisp.

Title page shown for reference purposes and is not included with the sale.


A Corner of Boston in Revolutionary Days






This print is titled "A Corner of Boston in Revolutionary Days." It comes from a disbound copy of "Romances of Early America" by Edward Robins. It was published by George W. Jacobs and Co., Philadelphia, 1902. The print measures 5.5 x 8 inches and is printed on thicker quality stock with an embossed border.  

Print has a rough edge where it was bound into the book, a bit of soil, generally clean and crisp.

Title page shown for reference purposes and is not included with the sale.




Edwin Forrest






This is portrait of Edwin Forrest, a prominent nineteenth-century American Shakespearean actor. The print comes from a disbound copy of "Romances of Early America" by Edward Robins. It was published by George W. Jacobs and Co., Philadelphia, 1902. The print measures 5.5 x 8 inches and is printed on thicker quality stock with an embossed border.  


Print has a rough edge where it was bound into the book, otherwise clean and crisp.

Title page shown for reference purposes and is not included with the sale.


Flora MacDonald


This is portrait of Flora MacDonald from a painting by Allan Ramsay. MacDonald was a Scottish Jacobite heroine made famous by her part in the Young Pretender's escape after his defeat at Culloden. In 1774, she and her husband emigrated to North Carolina. The print comes from a disbound copy of "Romances of Early America" by Edward Robins. It was published by George W. Jacobs and Co., Philadelphia, 1902. The print measures 5.5 x 8 inches and is printed on thicker quality stock with an embossed border.  


Print has a rough edge where it was bound into the book, otherwise clean and crisp.

Title page shown for reference purposes and is not included with the sale.



Mary Philipse





This portrait of Mary Philipse, known as George Washington's "first love," comes from a disbound copy of "Romances of Early America" by Edward Robins. It was published by George W. Jacobs and Co., Philadelphia, 1902. The print measures 5.5 x 8 inches and is printed on thicker quality stock with an embossed border.  

Print shows some soil to bottom left, rough edge where it was bound into the book, otherwise clean and crisp.

Title page shown for reference purposes and is not included with the sale.


Graeme Park







This print of Graeme Park, former residence of William Keith, who served as lieutenant-governor of the Colonies of Pennsylvania and Delaware, 1717 – 26, comes from a disbound copy of "Romances of Early America" by Edward Robins. It was published by George W. Jacobs and Co., Philadelphia, 1902. The print measures 5.5 x 8 inches and is printed on thicker quality stock with an embossed border.  

Rough edge where it was bound into the book, otherwise clean and crisp.

Title page shown for reference purposes and is not included with the sale.