Antique Alphabet Prints - Globe Alphabet
Antique Alphabet Prints -
Globe Alphabet
(England, 1880s)
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The original alphabet prints shown on this page are from The Globe Alphabet, part of a Victorian children's reader published in England in the 1880s.

The prints introduce the young reader to the letters of the alphabet through scenes of animals, people, trade and landscapes from throughout the world.

Each print is provided with the accompanying poems for each of the letters.

The alphabet prints were produced through a chromolithographic process by the English printing firm Kronheim and Company, founded by Joseph Kronheim (1810-1896).   Kronheim came to England from Germany in the mid-1830s settling first in Edinburgh as an engraver and lithographer.  He then moved to London and started his own printing business in the mid-1840s.

Please note these prints are only sold as a complete set.

Price per print: Print Only:  $500 (complete set)
Matting Charge:  $650 (complete set)
Framing & Matting Charge:  $1300  (complete set)
Dimensions: Print Only:  8-1/2 x 9-1/2 inches
Matted:  14 x 16 inches
Type of print: Original chromolithograph
Year: 1880s
Other details: Includes accompanying poems

Click on any image to see an enlargement of the print

Antique Alphabet Print (No. 70660001)
A stands for the Anchor
B stands for the Baker
C stands for the Chinaman
D for Dromedary
Antique Alphabet Print (No. 70660002)
E stands for Elk
F stands for the Fruit
G stands for Giraffe
H for Hippopotamus
Antique Alphabet Print (No. 70660003)
I is for Italian, J is for Jewels
K stands for Kangaroos
L stands for the Lion
M stands for the Mill

Antique Alphabet Print (No. 70660004)
N stands for a Nabob, a Lord of the East
O stands for the Organ
P stands for the Peacock
Q stands for the Quadrille
Antique Alphabet Print (No. 70660005)
R stands for Reindeer
S stands for the Sculptor
T stands for the Tiger
U stands for the Uniform
Antique Alphabet Print (No. 70660006)
V stands for the Vulture
W for the Wagon that carries the hay
X for the Xylographer cutting the on wood
Y stands for the Yacht
Z stands for a Zebra