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Choose from 180 pictures in our Ships:sea history collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Sinking of the Titanic Featured Ships:sea history Image

Sinking of the Titanic

Titanic's stern in the air as the ship sinks in the North Atlantic, 1912.
Hand-colored halftone reproduction of an illustration from eyewitness reports

© North Wind Picture Archives

1900s, 1912, 20th Century, Art, Atlantic, Atlantic Ocean, Heritage, Historic, History, Illustration, Journey, Life Boat, Maritime, Ocean, Ocean Liner, Passenger, Sea, Ship, Ship Wreck, Sinking, Smoke Stack, Steam Ship, Titanic, Traditional, Transportation, Travel, Vintage, Voyage, Wreck

EVNT2A-00079 Featured Ships:sea history Image

EVNT2A-00079

USS "Constitution" being towed by the crew in rowboats away from the becalmed British Navy, War of 1812
Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th century illustration

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1800s, 1812, 19th Century, Art, Artillery, Atlantic Ocean, Battle, British Navy, Cannon, Frigate, Historic, History, Illustration, Maritime, Military, Naval Battle, Navy, Ocean, Old Ironsides, Row, Row Boat, Royal Navy, Sailor, Sea, Ship, Tow, United States, Us A, Uss Constitution, Vintage, War, War Of 1812, War Ship

PNAV2A-00033 Featured Ships:sea history Image

PNAV2A-00033

Us Navy squadron commanded by Matthew Perry sailing for Japan, 1852: USS Susquehannah, Saratoga, St Mary's, a supply ship, Plymouth, Perry in rowboat, Mississippi, and Princeton (left to right).
Hand-colored woodcut of an 1850s illustration

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