[MARCHAND, Aimé]; EVENING NEWS, SANDHURST (BENDIGO)
[WESTERN DISTRICT] Photographs of The Burns Boys, and the Bark Mill machinery, by which they lost their arms, at Portland.
. Two albumen print photographs, carte de visite format, 104 x 62 mm (mounts); one is a studio portrait of the two Burns brothers showing their amputated arms, the negative with caption in manuscript ‘A.M. Copyright Registered’, verso with printed title in various fonts ‘Photographs of The Burns Boys, and the Bark Mill machinery, by which …
LINDT, J.W. (John William) (1845-1926)
[Circa 1873]. Albumen print photograph, 200 x 150 mm, manuscript sequence number ‘4’ in negative lower right; a strong print with good tonal range, small flaw in the negative upper right, but in fine condition; mounted and framed. One of the famous series of tableau portraits of Clarence Valley Aboriginal people taken by German-born photographer …
MOORE, Mina (Minnie Louise) (1882-1957) / MOORE, May (Annie May) (1881-1931); [McCORMACK, John, 1884-1945]
[1911 or 1913]. Carbon print photograph, 200 x 130 mm, laid down on the original studio card with stencilled imprint in lower left margin ‘Mina Moore / May Moore’, and inscribed (presumably a number of years later) for one of the photographer sisters across the lower mount ‘To Mrs Moore, with best regards, from John …
[Title from contemporary caption in ink on mount]. Four albumen print photographs laid down on an album page; clockwise, from left, the prints are individually captioned in pencil: ‘Triumphal Arch, Macquarie Street, Sydney’; ‘Triumphal Arch, Circular Quay, Sydney’; ‘Hyde Park & Pavilion, Sydney’; ‘Triumphal Arch, Government House, Sydney’, and (at centre) ‘Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh. HMS …
Photographer unknown; WILSON, George Washington (publisher)
Circa 1900. Photographic glass magic lantern slde, 82 x 82 mm, with printed caption on the mount ’23. Martin Cash, Bushranger. / Tasmania. G.W.W.’; in fine condition. The most well-known of very few surviving photographic portraits of Martin Cash (1808-1877), the Van Diemen’s Land bushranger who twice escaped from the notorious Port Arthur penal settlement, …
[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 …
ROYE, Horace (Horace Roye-Narbeth) (1906-2002)
London : The Camera Studies Club, . First edition. Folio (348 x 280 mm), publisher’s cloth over boards with copper-coloured stamped lettering to upper board, spiral bound; title leaf, followed by  leaves of colour plates of erotic female nude studies taken from Roye’s studio photographs, each with an alluring title printed beneath the image …
HEWITT, Charles (1837-1912)
Photographic portrait of a gentleman in Turkish costume, possibly an attendee of the Mayor’s Fancy Dress Ball, Melbourne, 1866.
Albumen print photograph with hand colouring, carte de visite format, 103 x 63 mm, verso with imprint of ‘C. Hewitt, Photographer, Australasian Studio, 95 Swanston St. Melbourne’; a small section of loss to the colouring on the gentleman’s jacket due to rubbing, otherwise the print and mount are in fine condition. ‘Charles Hewitt, professional photographer, …
Albumen print photograph, carte de visite format, 103 x 62 mm, verso with imprint of ‘Andrew Rider, Photographic Artist, Williamstown’; both albumen print and mount are in very good condition. The little girl did well to keep her obedient dog still, but he moved his head ever so slightly just as the photo was taken.
Albumen print photograph, carte de visite format, 100 x 57 mm, verso with near contemporary inscription in ink ‘William John Davis / Born in London Novr. 3d. 1826 / Died May 11th 1868′; no photographer’s imprint; albumen print in good condition, mount with foxing. Hunched nonchalantly over a plinth, Mr. Davis’ pose is highly unusual …
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 …
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 …
[UNDY; EVANS; TUFFIN; PEARCE; SINCLAIR; YOUNG; DIEMER; LYNCH; ROBERTS; SALVATORE; CURRIE; BORNSTEIN; TESTER; GLATTAUER; CHAPMAN; NAISMITH]
A limited fine press edition artists’ book designed to showcase Australia via original photographic based art from a selection of established and emerging Australian artists. Woodinville, WA (USA) : Veritas Editions, 2017. Album (310 x 383 x 35 mm) with 15 tipped in original prints, plus 1 loose original print in a custom linen-covered portfolio …
JONES, Frederic; [DRAPER, Daniel James, 1810-1866]
Photographic portrait of colonial Wesleyan minister Rev. D. J. Draper, lost in “The London”, Jan. 11th 1866.
Albumen print photograph, carte de visite format, 97 x 64 mm (mount), recto of mount with printed caption beneath image: ‘Revd. D. J. Draper. Lost in “The London, Jany. 11th 1866’; verso with imprint of Frederic Jones, 146 Oxford Street, London’; the print has a couple of small ink marks, but is otherwise in good …
NEWMAN, John Hubert (1830-1916)
A pair of photographic portraits of two young women in mourning dress, taken during the same studio sitting. Sydney, circa 1874
Two albumen print photographs, in identical cabinet card format (mounts 164 x 108 mm), versos with imprint of ‘J. Hubert Newman, Photographer and Crayon Painter, 12 South Head Road, Hyde Park, Sydney. Photographer by Appointment to His Excellency the Governor’; both albumen prints and mounts are in fine condition. These magnificent portraits of two unidentified …