This is apparently the entire set. Another set is in the collection of the Library of Congress (see References below). Fire-fighting prints were popular in the 19th Century, particularly those published by Currier & Ives. The offered set is apparently a rarity, and would make a good addition to a collection of American fire-fighting prints and memorabilia.
According to the publication information below each print, Harrison & Weightman was operated by Henry G. Harrison and William N. Weightman in Philadelphia.
Full publication information below each print: “Entered according to Act of congress, in the year 1858, by Henry G. Harrison & William N. Weightman, in the Clerks Office of the District Court of the Eastern District of Penn’a. Pub. by Harrison & Weightman 118 N. 10th St. Phil’a.”
Condition: Generally very good with the usual overall toning and wear. Few faint scattered foxing and paper impurity spots. Formerly laid on board, now removed; some with very light skinning on verso not affecting front. Some bumps and creases to outer margins.
“Pictorial Americana: Firefighting and Fires.” Prints and Photographs Reading Room, Library of Congress. 29 December 2004. http://www.loc.gov/rr/print/list/picamer/paFire.html (9 June 2008).