Photographer / Publisher unknown.
[Victoria, Australia] : s.n., [1889?]. [Title from front cover]. Nineteenth century photograph album. Quarto (245 x 205 mm), original olive-green cloth over boards, the upper board with title and decorative border printed in gold (rubbed and stained), containing  albumen print photographs in identical 100 x 150 mm format, mounted in pairs on  leaves …
[Title stamped on upper board]. Photograph album, probably dating to the late 1890s. Large oblong quarto (240 x 375 mm), original quarter black morocco over black cloth boards, upper board with gilt rule and gilt-stamped title ‘THROUGH THE YANTZE [sic] GORGES.’ (loss of backstrip, remaining leather worn), silk lining papers, containing  silver albumen prints …
Various photographers (primarily studios in Echuca, Victoria).
A Riverina carte de visite album with portraits of members of the Officer-Blackwood and Watson families (southern New South Wales, and northern Victoria). Early 1860s to early 1880s.
Mid-nineteenth century photograph album, thick oblong quarto (165 x 230 x 70 mm), original full red leather binding with double-gilt rule (boards rubbed and a little scuffed), upper board with brass bosses, spine with blind blocked decoration, inner gilt dentelles, silk lining papers (front hinge split), all edges gilt; no ownership inscription; containing  albumen …
YOUNG, James Lyle (1849-1929), collector (attributed); SPITZ, Charles Georges (1857-1894); HOARE, Sophia; HOARE, Charles
An important album with photographs of Tahiti, the Marquesas, the Tuamotus and Cook Islands, collected in Papeete in the 1880s by Pacific Islands trader James Lyle Young.
Late nineteenth-century album, folio (370 x 280 mm), red cloth boards decorated in blind (boards heavily rubbed and scuffed, hinges split), containing 90 (ninety) albumen prints, including 83 views and portraits taken in Tahiti, the Marquesas and the Tuamotus by Charles Spitz, Sophia (or Susan) Hoare and Charles Burton Hoare, three with Cook Islands subjects …
WHITCOMBE & TOMBS
Christchurch, NZ : Whitcombe & Tombs, [1903?]. Small oblong quarto (210 x 270 mm), original pictorial wrappers (light handling wear, lower wrapper with publisher’s advertisement,  ff., full-page black-and-white photographic views with printed captions; light foxing to bottom margin of title leaf, else internally clean; a very good copy. Features 14 photographic views of Whakarewarewa, …
HAZELL, Denis H. (1897 - 1930)
Hongkong : Ye Olde Printerie, circa 1925. Oblong folio, string bound lettered card wrappers with pasted on photograph of Hong Kong (upper left corner with paper restoration), title page with pasted on photograph (stained) pp. [vi – foreword]; 26 photographs tipped-on to 24 sheets (the final photographed chipped to one corner, the others fine) with …
[GOLD MINING] Photograph album compiled by a globetrotting mining engineer between 1900 and 1910, with his unique panoramic views of the King of the Hills mine in Western Australia, and topographical views in West Africa, Colombia, and the Caucasus, many of them documenting gold mining enterprises.
Late nineteenth century photograph album, oblong folio (280 x 370 mm), half calf over black crushed morocco ruled in gilt (heavily worn, front board detached), all edges gilt, containing a total of 150+ silver gelatin photographs (and one albumen print) mounted on thick leaves; over 50 of the photographs were taken with a special panoramic …
[KYOTO SERICULTURE TRAINING COLLEGE]
Large quarto album (320 x 270 mm), original custom binding of black velvet covered boards, the upper board with title in German stamped in gilt ‘Seidenzucht Hochschule zu Kioto / 1938’, original silk ties; ff  (preliminaries printed in Japanese), , with approximately 200 silver gelatin photographs in various formats tipped-in on the rectos of the thin …
EMPIRE PARLIAMENTARY DELEGATION.
Melbourne : Osboldstone & Co., . Oblong quarto, original card covers with gilt lettering and State crest to front (nick to fore-edge),  sepia toned photographic plates with views of Melbourne and regional Victoria, a near fine copy. Copies are recorded in four Australian collections (Deakin University Library; Monash University Library; National Library of Australia; State Library of …
Small oblong quarto, boards with gilt design to front,  leaves with approximately 120 mounted black and white snapshot photographs, dimensions ranging from 115 x 75 mm to 65 x 43 mm, a few with manuscript captions, showing scenes in Punjab and northern Himachal Pradesh (near Jammu and Kashmir), including Palampur and Shanan in Himachal Pradesh; …
HODGSON & GRAVES (publishers); Samuel CARTER HALL (editor); William Henry FOX TALBOT (photographer )
The Art-Union. A monthly journal of Fine Arts. Volumes I-X ( 1839-1848). Complete set. Including an original calotype photograph by Fox Talbot in Volume VIII, June 1846.
London : Hodgson & Graves, 1839 – 1848. Ten volumes, quarto (290 x 230 mm), uniform contemporary gilt-ruled half green morocco over marbled papered boads (rubbed), spines with gilt-lettered title and year and raised bands (sunned), marbled edges and endpapers, continuous pagination (average of 40-60 pp per issue), text printed in three columns, all the …
WRIGHT, George P[arkinson]. (photographer and publisher)
Second Series … [Contents …] Photographed by Geo. P. Wright, Creek Street, (Opposite the Union Bank) Brisbane. MDCCCLXXVIII. At head of title: Under the Patronage of His Excellency the Governor. Brisbane : George P. Wright [printed by Cleghorn & Co.], 1878. Oblong folio, original half morocco over brown cloth boards with gilt lettering (boards marked and …
[EDWARD, PRINCE OF WALES, 1894-1972)
An archive of private photographs documenting the visit of HRH Edward, Prince of Wales (the future Edward VIII) to Australia and New Zealand in 1920, annotated by the Prince himself and originally forming part of his correspondence with his mistress, Freda Dudley Ward.
Group of 18 black and white photographs taken by various photographers in the Prince’s entourage during his Australasian tour in 1920, different formats to 155 x 110 mm; most are annotated verso in pencil in Edward’s own hand; one, of the Australian Prime Minister Billy Hughes, bears a deprecatory caption in ink recto; the group is …
TANAKA, Ryozo, ed.
[Tokyo: Shomi-do, 1932]. Oblong quarto, silk-bound boards with ribbon binding, unpaginated, title page, two maps printed in colour, 48 leaves of photographic plates interlined with tissue, colophon, a fine copy in the original lettered cardboard box. Scarce in this condition.
[JAMAR, Jacques]; [COMET, Rita]
Photograph album containing portraits of a Belgian Lazarist missionary to China, and including a group of late Qing traditional paper and silk Chinese dolls. Circa 1903-1964
Photograph album, circa 1900. Small oblong quarto (165 x 235 mm), half morocco with ornamental gilt rule over faux crocodile papered boards, original floral-patterned lining papers, front pastedown with binder’s ticket of bookseller and stationer Gilon, Verviers (Belgium);  leaves of thick card, containing 4 cabinet card format portrait photographs of Lazarist missionary Father Jacques …
PHILLIPS, H. (Harry), 1873-1944
Willoughby, N.S.W. : H. Phillips, . Oblong quarto (220 x 340mm), publisher’s brown wrappers (detached) with decorative lettering in yellow,  pp, chiefly half tone photographic illustrations; internally clean, a good copy. Harry Phillips, born in Ballarat in 1873, established himself as a photographer, printer and publisher in Katoomba from 1908, later relocating to Sydney.