The print collection holds about one thousand two hundred prints, dating from the 16th to the early 20th century. The pieces were created in the workshops of well-known artists, with the help of inventors, gravers and printers. Some of them were done after famous works of painters like Raphael, Michelangelo, Dürer, Mantegna, Andrea del Sarto, while some of them are independent artistic prints.
The collection contains several extensive albums of engravings from the early 18th century, numerous individual engravings, etchings and woodcuts, cut and printed mainly by Italian printmakers. There are also several scenes and vedute of Dubrovnik made in the Coronelli and Meriano workshop, with etchings and lithographs created in the workshops of Dubrovnik printmakers Petar Mančun, who worked in Rome, and the Martecchinis, father and son, who printed their productions in Dubrovnik.
Fifteen drawings of famed Dubrovnik people are exhibited in the permanent display; they were portrayed by Petar Frano Martecchini, as originals for lithographs printed in the album Galleria di Ragusei illustri, 1841.