Melbourne : Lansdowne Editions, 1977. Quarto, boards in dustjacket, pp. xiii; 214, illustrated, a very good copy of a well researched and scholarly reference.
BOYD, Charles, 1827-1897 (printer); [CLISSOLD, Stephen Thomas, 1825-1898]
Complimentary Dinner to S. T. Clissold, Esq., P.M., at Craig’s Royal Hotel, Ballarat on Friday, September 18th., 1863.
Chairman – R. Le Poer Trench, Esq., Vice-Chairman – Robert Lewis Esq., C.M.C., James Baker, Esq., Hon.Sec. Boyd, Printer, Ballarat. Lithograph printed on silk in oval format, 105 x 80 mm (irregular), laid down on the original tissue backing, 220 x 190 mm, with original paper lace overlay, 220 x 190 mm; two light vertical and …
LONDON STEREOSCOPIC & PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPANY
[GOLD RUSH] Case of Australian gold and gold-washing apparatus at the London International Exhibition of 1862.
Stereoscopic albumen print photograph, each individual image 75 x 75 mm (arched format), original yellow mount 834 x 174 mm, recto of mount with printed caption ‘The International Exhibition of 1862 ; No. 144.- Case of Australian gold, and gold washing apparatus’, and photographer’s imprint ‘London Stereoscopic and Photographic Company’; verso blank; both albumen prints are …
TAYLOR, Tom (1817-1880)
[GOLD RUSH] New Holborn Theatre Royal … This Evening, Saturday June 8th … The Antipodes! Or, The Ups and Downs of Life. By Tom Taylor, Esq.
Author of “Still Waters Run Deep”, “Plot and Passion”, “The Ticket of Leave Man” &c. &c. The Extensive Scenery designed and painted by Mr. William Telbin, Mr. Telbin, Jun., Mr. H. P. Hall and Assistants. The Appointments by Mr. A. Lloyds. Costumes by Mr. S. May. The Music composed and arranged by Mr. G. Richardson …
Albumen print photograph, 150 x 200 mm; laid down on a section of the original album mount of thin card; a superb print with excellent tonal range and clarity; some scattered, faint foxing in the sky area, else in fine condition. During the 1890s gold rush on the Eastern Goldfields, the use of a water …
[NETTLETON, Charles, 1826-1902]
Photograph album, quarto (270 x 220 mm), original full black morocco over heavy boards, upper board with gilt-tooled ornament and title, silk endpapers, the front free-endpaper with a contemporary inscription in ink: ‘A Souvenir of Victoria. To Mrs. Rose from A. & S. M. Melbourne, 4th January 1882’; containing  albumen print photographs individually mounted …
GREIG, A. W.
contained in : The Victorian Historical Magazine, Vol. III, No. 3, March, 1914. Octavo, lettered wrappers, pp. 104 – 144, illustrated. Includes a ten page article on S. T. Gill, illustrated.
JOHN BROADFOOT & SON (LEITH)
At Leith for Melbourne & Geelong, the beautiful new British-built clipper ship “Ben-Voirlich” … For Port Adelaide, South Australia, the first-class British-built clipper barque “Nepaul” … …
At head of drop title: Leith and Australia. Leith [Scotland] : John Broadfoot & Son, Agents, 28 June 1858. Letter sheet, 260 x 200 mm, bifolium,  sides, lithograph printed on the first side only with illustration of clipper ship at head, second side blank, third side with brief official correspondence in the form of …
Showing the march of improvement made by the Colony within those periods, in town and country, cities and diggings. London : Chapman and Hall, 1859. Two volumes, octavo, gilt-lettered publisher’s blue embossed cloth (spines dulled, corners bumped, repair to head and foot of spines), previous owner’s name stamped to endpapers, pp. xvi; 381; x; 360; …
NEWELL, HOOPER & STEVENS (SYDNEY & MELBOURNE); Wm. LINCOLN (BOSTON)
[GOLD RUSH] Circular announcing the opening of commission agencies in Sydney and Melbourne by the Boston firm of Newell, Hooper & Stevens. January, 1853.
Quarto-size letter sheet (250 x 200 mm), bifolium, lithograph printed on the first side only; headed ‘Boston, January 19, 1853’, the circular announces that Newell, Hooper & Stevens have formed a co-partnership ‘for the transaction of Commission Business, at SYDNEY AND MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA, and respectfully tender their services to their friends, with the assurance that …
[Germany] : s.n., [circa 1880]. Group of 18 embossed die-cut scraps (designed for use in a child’s scrap album), from an Australian-themed series depicting scenes and individual figures including gold diggers, squatters, Aborigines, and ships, and including one scrap printed with the series title Australia; maximum diameter 55 mm, all in good condition. A lovely little …
With an introduction and commentaries by Geoffrey Dutton. Adelaide : Rigby, 1962. Quarto, gilt-lettered cloth, pp. 12; twelve tipped in colour plates.
Sydney : Mead & Beckett, 1981. Quarto, boards in dust jacket, pp. 160, illustrated; a very good copy.
MUNDY, Godfrey Charles (1804-1860)
Our antipodes, or, Residence and rambles in the Australasian colonies : with a glimpse of the gold fields.
London : Richard Bentley, 1854. Third edition, revised. Three volumes, octavo, original blue cloth, upper boards with stamped gilt design, spines with gilt lettering (heads and tails softened, edges rubbed), pastedowns with ownership inscription of Alfred Torrensl, pp. 410, 405, 431, illustrated with lithographed plates, contents clean and sound, a very good set. Not in …
REILLY, Dianne & Jennifer CAREW
Melbourne : Library Council of Victoria, 1983. First edition. Quarto (295 x 260 mm), publisher’s gilt-lettered black cloth over boards, in pictorial dust jacket (lightly rubbed), pp 143, with 53 full-page photographic plates, introductory essay, notes and references; presentation inscription by one of the authors, Jenny Carew, on the half title; a very good copy. …
[GILL, S. T.]
[Melbourne] : s.n. (but “Printed in Austria”), [circa 1910]. Chromolithographic postcard, 90 x 135 mm, recto with reproduction of an S. T. Gill lithograph captioned ‘Queen’s Wharf, Melbourne, West End, in the “Fifties”‘ – a terrific, animated scene; verso with divided back; the illustrated front is in very good condition with a tiny blemish at upper …