The rich & varied history of Yellowstone National Park has been expressed in different media since 1872 when it was established as our nation's (and the world's) First National Park. Since that time artists and craftsmen have creatively captured its charm and beauty in such diverse media as colorful prints, posters, engravings, hand-tinted photos, engravings, commemorative coins, and collector plates, beautifully illustrated playing cards, and souvenirs of all sorts.
Now, over 125 year5s have passed, and collectors world-wide covet these early expressions from the ubiquitous postcard to the simple matchbook. Renowned artists & photographers such as Thomas Moran, William Henry Jackson, J.E. Haynes, and F.J. Haynes - now all deceased - have left their indelible marks on these treasures. To appreciate their artistry take a close look at the grandeur of Yellowstone through their eves and capture for the moment a piece of Yellowstone History.
These fine rare specimens are available for sale for a limited time. All items are guaranteed authentic by the Yellowstone Gallery.
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First Day Cover Yellowstone 1972
This National Parks Centennial Yellowstone First Day Cover with black bears and Old Faithful Geyser was canceled in Yellowstone National...
Great Falls Pennant
A rare vintage 1920's souvenir leather pennant from Yellowstone National Park. This pennant features Great Falls...