LEBRETON, Louis (1818-1866)
[TAHITI] I[le]. Taïti. Le C.A. Dupetit Thouars faisant amener le pavillon taïtien et prenant possession au nom de la France.
[= Tahiti. Rear Admiral Dupetit Thouars raises the Tahitian [Protectorate] flag and takes possession in the name of France]. Paris : Vor. Delarue et Cie. ; London : Anaglyphic Company ; Leipzig : Gebrüder Rocca, 1844. Lithograph with hand colouring, 305 x 483 mm (sheet 408 x 557 mm), signed ‘Louis Lebreton’ in stone lower right; …
[s.l. : s.n., probably between 1850 and 1860], Hand-painted magic lantern glass slide, circular image (80 mm diameter), set in the original wooden frame (100 x 165 mm); fine condition. There are several hand-painted glass slides of identical format and workmanship, with scenes relating to New Zealand Māori, in the collection of the Alexander Turnbull …
NARGOODAH, Eva (1958 - )
October-November 1994. Linocut, printed in black ink from one block, matrix size 218 x 300 mm (printed image), edition of 20, numbered 2/20 and captioned and signed by the artist in pencil in lower margin; unframed; fine. The artist, Eva Nargoodah (b. 1958), is a Walmajarri speaker from the Kimberley region of northwest Western Australia. …
F.G. RADCLIFFE (publisher)
Whangarei, NZ : F.G. Radcliffe [c.1910]. Small oblong quarto, original silver-lettered grey wrappers and green ties,  pp, all monochrome photographic illustrations; a pristine copy.
LEBRETON, Louis (1818-1866)
[= Harbour and port of Papeete. Arrival at anchorage by Rear Admiral Dupetit Thouars]. Paris : Vor. Delarue et Cie. ; London : Anaglyphic Company ; Leipzig : Gebrüder Rocca, 1844. Lithograph with hand colouring, 305 x 483 mm (sheet 408 x 557 mm); printed title in lower margin, along with identification of the various …
Picket Fri. 17 Sept. 12.30pm Chifley Sq. / Public meeting Film: ‘Dirt Cheap’ 7pm. Friday 17th. Surry Hills Neighborhood Centre cnr. Crown & Collins Sts. / March & Rally Sun. 26 Sept. meet 2pm cnr Botany Rd & Redfern St. march to Hyde Park for concert & speakers. [Sydney : s.n., 1982]. Poster, screenprint, printed …
[Hong Kong : s.n., c.1920]. Real photo postcard. Gelatin silver print on card stock, 87 x 137 mm, titled in the negative along with sequence number ’42’; verso printed ‘Post Card’ (without publisher’s imprint); not postally used; pin hole at top edge centre, tiny surface blemish towards left edge centre, else fine condition.
Original gelatin silver print on matte paper, 80 x 130 mm; taken by an unidentified amateur photographer, inscribed in ink verso: ‘Repulse Bay with Hotel in background. Hong Kong’; fine condition.
LINDSAY, Lionel; AUSTRALIAN RED CROSS SOCIETY
[Melbourne : Australian Red Cross Society, 1919]. Lithographed sheet, 253 x 194 mm, printed in black and red, the upper half with Lionel Lindsay illustration of two Australian nurses (sewing and knitting), an Australian soldier and the Red Cross symbol; proforma document with manuscript entries, awarded to Mrs. C.R. Boyle ‘in recognition of 4 years …
WESTON, Harry (Henry John) (1874-1938)
[Sydney : P.S. (Swain?) & Co, c.1905]. “The Weston Series of Australian National Post Cards. No. 1”. Chromolithographic postcard, 139 x 88 mm, titled and signed in the image; verso with undivided back (meaning the card was published in 1905 or earlier) and handwritten message dated 31 October 1911; mild corner wear, a good example. …
DURYEA, Townsend (1823-1888)
Photographic portrait of pioneer South Australian vigneron, William Salter : inscribed by Salter for his niece, Mrs. Hardy. Adelaide, circa 1869.
Albumen print photograph, carte de visite format, 103 x 63 mm (mount); verso with imprint of ‘Townsend Duryea, Artist and Photographer, Adelaide. By appointment to H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh / H.E. Sir Jas. Fergusson, Bart.’, and inscribed in his own hand by the sitter: ‘Your affectionate Uncle William Salter. To Mrs. Hardy’; the vignetted …
E.C. WADDINGTON & CO.
Albumen print photograph, cabinet card format, 167 x 110 mm (mount); verso of mount with imprint of E.C. Waddington & Co., 109 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne; both the albumen print and mount are in fine condition. This poignant studio portrait, beautifully composed and lit, is a study in solemnity. Waddington’s premises were at 109 Elizabeth Street in …
BRADLEY & RULOFSON
Albumen print photograph, cabinet card format, 167 x 110 mm (mount); recto of mount with printed caption Madame Carreño Sauret, verso with imprint of the renowned San Francisco studio of Bradley & Rulofson; the albumen print is in fine condition; recto of mount with a tiny amount of foxing, else very good. A superb studio portrait …
SIBLEY, Andrew (1933 - 2015)
Giclee colour print, titled ‘Ex Libris Douglas Stewart’, 195 x 125 mm. Created 2014. Bookplate for bookseller Douglas Stewart by noted Australian artist Andrew Sibley.
Photographs of British colonials and local Malays on Bukit Hitam rubber plantation, Selangor, Malaysia, circa 1910.
Group of 21 gelatin silver photographs, most in format 80 x 100 mm (some 135 x 85 mm), mounted recto and verso of 3 album leaves removed from a disbound album; the album owner’s handwritren captions to pages, identifying a number of the people in the photographs (we know the compiler of the album was …
[London] : N. Lane, 1776. Terrestrial pocket globe, 2 ¾ inches in diameter, engraved gores with original hand colour over papier mache and plaster sphere, expertly conserved and waxed, in the original publisher’s shagreen case (no longer a perfect fit), with engraved gores of celestial maps, the lips coloured red, original metal hinge and two …