Tourism

  • # 42673

    FINN, J. T.

    Charleville centenary celebrations, November, 1947

    [Charleville, Qld. : Celebrations Committee], 1947. Printed by R. G. Gillies & Co., Brisbane. Octavo, illustrated wrappers (short tear), pp. 100, errata slip, illustrations, internally fine. Rare souvenir booklet from the central Queensland township.

  • # 42900

    THE SPECTATOR

    The Hamilton Spectator directory and almanac 1912.

    Presented to the subscribers of “The Spectator”. Hamilton [Vic.] : Printed at the “Spectator” Office, [1911]. Octavo, printed wrappers, (upper wrapper with stamp of Hamilton & District Historical Society, chipped along the spine); pp. 120, with detailed information about Ararat, Port Fairy, Warrnambool, Hamilton, Horsham, Koroit, Dunkeld, Camperdown, Terang, Stawell, Nhill, Warracknabeal, Harrow and other …

  • # 42270

    PRATTEN, H. E.

    Asiatic impressions

    A collection of articles by H. E. Pratten. Sydney : Fergusson, 1908. First edition. Octavo, illustrated wrappers by Harry Weston, small chips to head and foot of spine, previous owner’s name to title page, pp. 95, occasional underlining in blue pencil, photographically illustrated plates. The author’s descriptions of The Philippines, Japan, Hong Kong, China, India, …

  • # 42238

    G. V. & W. R. HISCOCK (publishers)

    Beautiful Australian wildflowers of the Grampians

    Sydney & Melbourne : Valentine Publishing Co. Pty. Ltd, [ca. 1960]. Illustrated mailing envelope, 105 x 160 mm, containing a concertina fold-out with 9 colour photographic plates of Grampians wildflowers (credited to H. T. Reeves, Melbourne); plus one panel with text by J. H. Willis, National Herbarium (Melbourne); verso of envelope with previous owner’s name …

  • # 42267

    REDPATH, R. G.

    Melbourne in pen and ink

    Melbourne : printed by Norman Bros., c. 1933. Octavo, printed wrappers, pp. 24, 21 full page reproductions of Redpath’s pen drawings of Melbourne. A fine copy.

  • # 41599

    Parlor Cars

    Reference map of Melbourne and day tours by Parlor Cars

    Melbourne : Parlor Cars, circa 1949. Tourist brochure, single sheet, folded twice, short split along one fold, map of the City of Melbourne, guide to tourist spots in Victoria. Loosely enclosed, a separate brochure, ‘Itinerary of Day Tours for the month of June, 1949’, folded sheet with itinerary of destinations to see by car, with …

  • # 41932

    Map of Singapore

    With compliments of Adelphi Hotel & Chanrai’s, Singapore’s only exclusive air conditioned men’s shop. Singapore : Chanrai’s, c. 1960. Folding map, printed in colour, 450 x 295, guide to Singapore and advertisements verso. Fine condition.

  • # 40989

    Photographer unidentified. [HAYES, Charles Hadley, 1841-1924]

    [SYDNEY] Presentation photograph album of views of Manly, New South Wales, presented to pioneer resident and long-serving mayor of the municipality, Charles Hayes, in 1907.

    Oblong folio (280 x 380 mm), full leather over heavy boards with bronze appliqué monogram ‘CHH’ affixed to front; all edges gilt; moire endpapers; [27] leaves of thick board, the first an illuminated page with calligraphic manuscript title ‘Presented to Charles H. Hayes, Esq.: from old Manly friends, March, 1907′, accompanied by elaborate watercolour decorations …

  • # 40884

    FUKUDA

    Mt. Fuji

    [Title from envelope]. [Yokohama] : Fukuda, [between 1955 and 1960]. Original illustrated envelope (some very light corner wear), 65 x 160 mm, verso with mailing address flap and publisher’s series “No. 2”, containing [5] (of 8) colour postcards of Mt. Fuji, all in mint condition.

  • # 40883

    FUKUDA

    Great Tokyo Post Card

    [Title from envelope]. [Yokohama] : Fukuda, [between 1955 and 1960]. Original illustrated envelope (some very light corner wear), 65 x 160 mm, verso with mailing address flap and publisher’s series “No. 3”, containing [6] (of 8) colour postcards of Tokyo, all in mint condition.

  • # 40885

    FUKUDA

    8 Post Cards Beautiful Island of Japan

    [Title from envelope]. [Yokohama] : Fukuda, [between 1955 and 1960]. Original illustrated envelope (some very light corner wear), 65 x 160 mm, verso with mailing address flap and publisher’s series “No. 1”, containing [5] (of 8) colour postcards of Japan, all in mint condition.

  • # 40886

    FUKUDA

    Nara “Deer Park”

    [Title from envelope]. [Yokohama] : Fukuda, [between 1955 and 1960]. Original illustrated envelope (very fine), 65 x 160 mm, verso with mailing address flap and publisher’s series “No. 12”, containing [6] (of 8) colour postcards of Tokyo, all in mint condition.

  • # 40888

    FUKUDA

    The Largest Trading Port Kobe 8 Post Cards

    [Title from envelope]. [Yokohama] : Fukuda, [between 1955 and 1960]. Original illustrated envelope (very good), 65 x 160 mm, verso with mailing address flap and publisher’s series “No. 9”, containing [4] (of 8) colour postcards of Kobe, all in mint condition.

  • # 40887

    FUKUDA

    Japanese Girls

    [Title from envelope]. [Yokohama] : Fukuda, [between 1955 and 1960]. Original illustrated envelope (some very light corner wear), 65 x 160 mm, verso with mailing address flap and publisher’s series “No. 5”, containing [8] (of 8) colour postcards of Japanese women in traditional costume, all in mint condition; complete, as issued, and scarce thus.

  • # 29894

    [TERRY, Frederick C.]

    Landscape Scenery, illustrating Sydney, Paramatta, Richmond, Newcastle, Windsor, and Port Jackson, New South Wales.

    Sydney : John Sands and Melbourne : Sands & McDougall, circa 1862. Oblong octavo, gilt-lettered blue pebbled cloth (corners rubbed, rebacked), engraved title page, nineteen engraved views of Sydney and New South Wales, tissue guards, all edges gilt. Sands’ reissue of the 1855 work of the same title, a selection of the original plates with …

  • # 22652

    ADLER, Carl (printer)

    The Bouquet of Sydney

    Hamburg : C. Adler, before 1868. Chromolithographed and engraved folding card in the shape of a bouquet of flowers, housed in the original gilt-printed envelope with a lithographed view of Sydney, lettered in gold, the view measuring 520 x 118 mm, the envelope 86 x 142 mm, a fine example. Adler’s Bouquet of Sydney, a highly ephemeral …