Fishing prints and fishing art for sale.
Choose your favorite fishing prints from hundres of available historic prints.
All our prints come in 5×7, 8×10 and 11×14.
Larger sizes are available for some prints.
These fishing prints are from 1889 from a book published for Allen and Ginter cigarettes. The fish prints are of vintage cigarette cards of that period. Allen and Ginter was the Richmond, Virginia, tobacco manufacturing firm formed by John Allen and Lewis Ginter in 1865. The firm created and marketed the first cigarette cards for collecting and trading. Some of the cards in the series include Charles Comiskey, Cap Anson, Jack Glasscock, and fishing prints. They have been revived and are now available as 5×7, 8×10 and 11×14 fine art prints.
These are samples from Atlas des poissons vénéneux (Atlas of poisonous fish) published in 1886 by Tipografia V.S. Balasheva.
Vintage Fly Fishing Prints
Patriarch of the Orvis fishing empire. C.F. Orvis opened a tackle shop in 1856 in Manchester Vermont. C.F. Orvis was one of the first to operate a fly fishing tackle production business. C.F. Orvis offered some 434+ fly patterns to the public. In 1890 Orvis superfine flies were selling for $1.50 per dozen. The business he founded still continues today in his name. In 1883 Orvis publish his fist book , Fishing wtih the Fly, and we are proud to offer these restored prints from an original copy of this text.