Bartele Gallery offers many antique (city) views from all over the world. Explore our collection of antique prints of America, Africa, Asia, Europe and more. Find original old prints of cities, villages, mountains and rivers by Bellin, Van Schley, Montanus and many other artists and engravers.
Hakodadi from Telegraph Hill.
Antique Print 'De Diestpoort te Batavia - 'T Kasteel te Batavia en het Laboratorium.' (The Diestpoort in Batavia - The Castle of Batavia and the Laboratory.) This very scarce print shows 2 views of Batavia (Jakarta), Indonesia.
Antique Print 'Ein Prospect der Insul Onrust oder Unruhe 2 Meilen von Batavia gelegen.' (View of the island ' Onrust' near Batavia.) This plate shows the Dutch flag, windmills, church, workshop etc.
Antique Print 'Batavia'. (View of batavia.) View of Batavia (Jakarta) in Indonesia. Ships.
Plate: 'Paoing'. This plate shows the Chinese city of Paoing. Several draining mills can be seen.
Plate: 'Jejenienen'. This plate shows a view from the water on the Chinese city of Jejenjeen. Typical Chinese ships can be seen on the forgeground. Also a Pagoda is depicted.
Plate: 'Pagode or Temple of Paolinx'. This plate shows The Paolinx Pagoda, a Chinese religious building.
Antique print, titled: 'Lewarden in Friessland - Fried un Gerechtigkeit kussen sich'. ('Peace and Justice kiss each other'), showing the town of Leeuwarden (Friesland, the Netherlands). In the clouds above the city two female figures (Justice and Peace) are seated beside each other.
Antique print, titled: 'Cite de Nang Hyong Fu' - Decorative panoramic view of City de Nang Hyong Fu.
Antique print, titled: 'Laala by Compagnies Sagoe-Bosch, Loehoe en de Fortres Overburg, het dorp Saway.' - A triple view, of Laala on the peninsula Hoamoal, Fort Overburg near Luhu, and the village Saway. These places are all on the Indonesian island Ambon.
Antique print, untitled. Views of the English coast, from Dunwich (Suffolk) north to Aberdeen. Churches, forests and lighthouses. Places shown are: Sunderland, Blakeney, Cromer, Lowestoft, Dunwich and Walberswick. The plate is numbered V, so probably part of a series. These plates were probably intended for use on sea, to identify places along the coast.
Antique print, titled: 'La Ville de Palimbang dans L’Ile de Sumatra.'