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  • # 27114

    [GILL, S. T.; CHEVALIER, Nicholas et al.]

    Victoria Illustrated. Second series, with descriptive letterpress

    Melbourne : Sands, Kenny & Co., and Sydney : Sands & Kenny, 1862. Oblong quarto, gilt-lettered cloth with elaborate gilt ornamentation and rules (neatly rebacked), all edges gilt, letterpress title page (tissue repairs to worn edges); engraved title page; 44 steel-engraved plates (including the title page), with accompanying descriptive letterpress text and interleaved guard sheets, …

  • # 26868

    PRESTON, Margaret (1875 - 1963)

    Mosman Bridge N.S.W.

    Created circa 1927. Woodblock print on thin cream laid paper, hand coloured, 252 x 188 mm, signed in the image lower right, signed in pencil lower right, titled ‘18th proof – Mosman Bridge N.S.W.‘ Framed. ‘Mosman Bridge, built up of a mosaic of clear, bright colour with a daring use of ngative space, creates intriguing …

  • # 26813

    COLE, William Washington (1847-1915)

    South Sea Savages, or Maori War Dancers. The List including a Troupe of Genuine South-Sea Savages tattooed from head to foot, and faithfully giving The Great Maori War Dances.

    [Advertised and illustrated on] A double-sided poster for W. W. Cole’s World-Famous, Five-Continent New Mammoth Circus, appearing at Binghamton, New York on Monday, April 24, 1882 (the location and date are wet stamped at foot of the verso). Buffalo, NY : The Courier Company Show Printing House [for W. W. Cole], [1882]. Lithograph printed in black …

  • # 26862

    TOOTELL, E.

    E. Tootell’s Boots And Shoes : on the high wave of popularity

    Melbourne : printed by Varley Brothers for E. Tootell, circa 1900. Commercial lithograph printed in colour on six sheets, each measuring 75 x 102 cm, overall measurements 204 x 225 cm (if joined), a couple of old minor stains, a very good example. The image shows the six sheets digitally joined together. An enormous Federation-era …

  • # 27013

    [HOARE, Sophia, photographer]; HODGES, William, 1744-1797 (artist); BERNARD, Robert, 1734-1777 (engraver)

    [COOK] Photograph of an eighteenth-century engraving of Marquesan artefacts.

    Papeete, Tahiti : Mrs. Sophia Hoare, [between 1880 and 1889]. Albumen print photograph of a copperplate engraving, 182 x 132 mm; unmounted; verso with the wet stamp of ‘Mrs. S. Hoare, Photographer, Papeete, Tahiti’; in good condition with an expected amount of very light creasing. Title: Ornemens et Armes de l’Isle des Marquises. Engraved by Robert …

  • # 20397

    GELLERT, Leon (1892-1977); LINDSAY, Norman (1876-1969)

    The Isle of San

    A phantasy by Leon Gellert with five original etchings by Norman Lindsay. Sydney : Art in Australia, 1919. Folio, quarter-vellum over green cloth (expertly relined), new endpapers, A. H. Spencer bookseller label to front pastedown, pp 139 with initials printed in red, frontispiece portrait after an etching by Lindsay, five original large etchings with lettered …

  • # 14764

    ADAMS, Tate; SANBERGS, Jan; BUSH, Stephen

    [POSTER]. Africa & Oceania (screenprint and original texta design)

    Melbourne : RMIT Faculty of Art Gallery, 1978. Screenprint on paper, 600 x 750 mm (image), lightly creased, showing a Massim canoe splashboard from the Trobriand Islands (south-east of the island of New Guinea), accompanied by the original large format black texta mockup design by Tate Adams for the poster. ‘Designed by Tate Adams and …

  • # 26999

    [HOARE, Sophia, photographer]; HODGES, William, 1744-1797 (artist); BERNARD, Robert, 1734-1777 (engraver)

    [COOK] Photograph of an eighteenth-century engraving of Māori artefacts.

    Papeete, Tahiti : Mrs. Sophia Hoare, [between 1880 and 1889]. Albumen print photograph of a copperplate engraving, 180 x 130 mm; unmounted; verso with the wet stamp of ‘Mrs. S. Hoare, Photographer, Papeete, Tahiti’; in good condition with an expected amount of very light creasing. Title: Ouvrages des Insulaires de la Nlle. Zélande. Engraved by Robert …

  • # 26935

    BRACK, John

    John Brack nudes. Fifteen original lithographs [PROSPECTUS]

    Text by Margaret Plant. Introduction by Gordon Thomson. Melbourne: Lyre Bird Press, 1982. Large folio (465 x 340mm) , bifolium (pp. 4), illustrated, with publication specification. Scarce. ‘John Brack Nudes’, created with master private press publisher Tate Adams, is the only deluxe art book created by John Brack. Commenced in September 1981 and published in …

  • # 26893

    TERRY, Frederick Charles, (1825 - 1869)

    Windmill of Paramatta [sic].

    Steel engraving, vignette approximately 110 x 150 mm, on sheet 205 x 275 mm, uncoloured as issued, a couple of small spots of foxing. Published in the volume Landscape scenery : illustrating Sydney, and Port Jackson, New South Wales, Sydney : Sands &​ Kenny ; London : Sands &​ Son, 1855. (Ferguson 15440a).    

  • # 26702

    WALKER, Simon; PRIMROSE, Sophie; TAME IMPALA

    Tame Impala Lonerism Tour – Australia – 2012 – limited edition signed poster

    Five colour screenprint, 640 x 450 mm (sheet) printed on 300 gsm ivory paper. Limited to 300 numbered copies signed by the artists. Artwork by Simon Walker and Sophie Primrose. Hand printed by Dots Printhaus, 2012. Mint condition. Limited edition tour poster for hugely popular Australian psychedelic rock band Tame Impala founded by Perth musician Kevin …

  • # 26690

    NIXON, Frederick Robert (1817 - 1860)

    Government House & part of N. Terrace. E view. 1880’s

    Photo-lithograph in green ink on wove paper, 74 x 219 mm (image); 260 x 280 mm (sheet), edge tears to margins touching image on the left, else very good. Lithograph by an unknown artist after an etching of Adelaide first published in Nixon’s Views on Adelaide and its Vicinity (1845), the first South Australian view book. …

  • # 26681

    NIXON, Frederick Robert (1817 - 1860)

    Hindley Street looking west. 1880’s

    Photo-lithograph in green ink on wove paper, 98 x 218 mm (image); 215 x 285 mm (sheet), edge tears to margins, else very good. Lithograph by an unknown artist after an etching of Adelaide first published in Nixon’s Views on Adelaide and its Vicinity (1845), the first South Australian view book. Little is known of these …

  • # 26689

    NIXON, Frederick Robert (1817 - 1860)

    The S.A. Cos’ Mill on the Torrens. N. View. 1880’s

    Photo-lithograph in green ink on wove paper, 125 x 222 mm (image); 185 x 265 mm (sheet), edge tears to margins, else very good. Lithograph by an unknown artist after an etching of Adelaide first published in Nixon’s Views on Adelaide and its Vicinity (1845), the first South Australian view book. Little is known of these …

  • # 26688

    NIXON, Frederick Robert (1817 - 1860)

    The Port (Mt. Lofty). 1880’s

    Photo-lithograph in green ink on wove paper, 80 x 224 mm (image); 200 x 275 mm (sheet), edge tears to margins touching image on the left, else very good. Lithograph by an unknown artist after an etching of Adelaide first published in Nixon’s Views on Adelaide and its Vicinity (1845), the first South Australian view book. …

  • # 26686

    NIXON, Frederick Robert (1817 - 1860)

    St. John’s Church. 1880’s

    Photo-lithograph in green ink on wove paper, 94 x 216 mm (image); 185 x 285 mm (sheet), edge tears to margins touching image on the left, else very good. Lithograph by an unknown artist after an etching of Adelaide first published in Nixon’s Views on Adelaide and its Vicinity (1845), the first South Australian view book. …