Tasmania

  • # 15736

    Gendron, Ernest

    [MANUSCRIPT] Campagne de la Corvette à Voiles l’Alcméne. Commandée par Mr. Coudein, Capitaine de Frégate, à destination des Mers du Sud et Océanie.

    [Libourne, France, between 1882 and 1887]. Folio, 270 x 215 mm, manuscript, [159] pp, in 4 stitched sections of 23, 38, 48 and 50 pages respectively, the third section with 2 pencil and wash drawings in the text, the fourth section with 3 pencil and wash drawings in the text and one laid down on thick paper (a …

  • # 23927

    F. A. BROCKHAUS

    [THYLACINE] Австралийская фауна (=Australian fauna)

    St. Petersburg : Litografiia Kadushin, [c.1900]. Chromolithographed print, 165 x 250 mm (sheet); reproduced from the Brockhaus Konversationslexikon, with the original German text translated into Russian; in good condition, unmounted.

  • # 23904

    HADLEY'S ORIENT HOTEL

    [WINE] Hadley’s Orient Hotel, Hobart. Wine list.

    [Hobart, Tas.] : “Tasmanian News” Typ., [between 1890 and 1900]. Octavo (205 x 130 mm), [4] pp, lithographic printing in blue on white paper, front with decorative typography and pictorial ornaments, centre pages with list of available wines and prices, including sherries, ports, Madeira, Champagnes, Burgundy, Sauternes, Clarets, Hock and 5 varieties of Victorian wines, …

  • # 23496

    THE POTATO MARKETING BOARD OF TASMANIA

    [TASMANIA] Chef Brownell’s recipe book.

    Burnie, Tas.; Sydney, NSW : The Potato Marketing Board of Tasmania, [1942 or 1943]. Octavo, original pictorial wrappers with design by Walter Dowman, staple bound, 48 pp, b/w illustrations, advertisements; a very good copy. Hoyle, 1059. Recipes for potato-based dishes, inspired by Tasmanian Brownell and Bismarck varieties. “With the object of stimulating the use of …

  • # 23933

    GRIMSTONE, Mary Leman (1796-1869)

    Omnibuses. (An essay by Mary Leman Grimstone published in Tait’s Edinburgh Journal, 1836)

    Edinburgh : William Tait, 1836. Four pages small quarto (260 x 160 mm), disbound from Tait’s Edinburgh Journal (pp 335-38), printed initials M.L.G. at the foot of the text; fine. English writer and feminist Mary Leman Grimstone (1796-1869) wrote what are arguably the first two Australian novels. These were her second and third novels, Louisa …

  • # 23932

    GRIMSTONE, Mary Leman (1796-1869)

    Merchant sailors. (An essay by Mary Leman Grimstone published in Tait’s Edinburgh Journal, 1835).

    Edinburgh : William Tait, 1835. Two pages small quarto (260 x 160 mm), disbound from Tait’s Edinburgh Journal (pp 451-52), printed initials M.L.G. at the foot of the text; fine. English writer and feminist Mary Leman Grimstone (1796-1869) wrote what are arguably the first two Australian novels. These were her second and third novels, Louisa …

  • # 23930

    GRIMSTONE, Mary Leman (1796-1869)

    Men and women. (An essay by Mary Leman Grimstone published in Tait’s Edinburgh Journal, 1834).

    Edinburgh : William Tait, 1834. Two pages small quarto (260 x 160 mm), disbound from Tait’s Edinburgh Journal (pp 101-2), printed initials M.L.G. at the foot of the text, with contemporary pencilled annotation ‘Mrs. Leman Grimstone’; fine. English writer and feminist Mary Leman Grimstone (1796-1869) wrote what are arguably the first two Australian novels. These …

  • # 24265

    GRAHAM-STEWART, Michael; McWHANNELL, Francis; DICKSON, Jonathan

    Bitter fruit : Australian photographs to 1963

    Melbourne : Michael Graham-Stewart, 2017. Quarto (285 x 230 mm), cloth boards in pictorial dust jacket, 280 pp, illustrated in colour throughout with hundreds of photographs documenting the collision of Indigenous Australian and European cultures; the photographs, ranging in date from the 1850s to the 1960s and taken in every region of Australia, represent some …

  • # 24152

    SALDANA, Rafael

    Rafael Saldaña 1930 – 2000. A vision of Eden.

    Devonport [Tas.] : Devonport Regional Gallery, 2001. Oblong octavo, spiral bound, acetate wrappers, pp. [36], illustrated. Madrid born naive artist resident in Tasmania. Unrecorded on Trove.

  • # 23300

    GRANT, James (1772-1833)

    Verhaal van eene ontdekkingsreize na Nieuw-Zuid-Wales,

    door den Luitenant James Grant, met zijner Majesteits Schip de Lady Nelson, in de jaren 1800, 1801 en 1802 … Uit het Engelsch. Met eene Kaart en Plaat. Haarlem : François Bohn, 1805. Octavo (228 x 137 mm), contemporary half calf over marbled papered boards (worn), spine with gilt lettering and rule, front pastedown with …

  • # 23510

    EVANS, George William, (1780-1852)

    Voyage a la terre de Van Diemen, ou, Description historique, géographique, et topographique de cette ile.

    [Series : Collection des meilleurs voyages modernes, Tome 40]. Paris : Bureau des Annales des Voyages, 1823. Octavo, contemporary blue paper wrappers, pp. [iv – prospectus for Ternaux-Compans’ Archives des voyages], 187; [2 – catalogue for Librairie de Gide Fils, with an advertisement for this title], folding frontispiece plate with engraving of Hobart by Engelmann, large …

  • # 23713

    PLOMLEY, N. J. B.

    The Baudin expedition and the Tasmanian Aborigines in 1802.

    Hobart : Blubber Head Press, 1983. Quarto, cloth in illustrated dustjacket, spine slightly faded, illustrated endpapers, pp. 245, illustrated. Limited to 1000 signed and numbered copies.

  • # 23705

    CHOBARD (engraver); LESUEUR, Charles Alexandre (1778-1846, artist)

    Nouvelle-Hollande : Île King. Le wombat (Phascolonus wombat. N.)

    [Paris : Arthus Bertrand, Libraire-Éditeur, 1824]. Copperplate stipple engraving with original hand colouring, 243 x 318 mm (plate mark), 280 x 370 mm (sheet), titled in the image lower centre, number 58 printed upper right. Source : Voyage de découvertes aux terres Australes. Exécuté par ordre de sa Majesté l’Empereur et Roi, sur les corvettes …

  • # 23703

    ROGER, Barthelemy (1767-1841, engraver); LESUEUR, Charles Alexandre (1778-1846 , artist)

    Terre de Diémen. Armes et ornemens

    [Paris : Arthus Bertrand, Libraire-Éditeur, 1824]. Copperplate stipple engraving with original hand colouring, 315 x 244 mm (plate mark), 365 x 280 mm (sheet), titled in the image lower centre, number 9 printed upper right. Source : Voyage de découvertes aux terres Australes. Exécuté par ordre de sa Majesté l’Empereur et Roi, sur les corvettes …

  • # 23698

    ROGER, Barthelemy (1767-1841, engraver); PETIT, Nicolas-Martin (1777-1804, artist)

    Terre de Diémen. Ouriaga

    [Paris : Arthus Bertrand, Libraire-Éditeur, 1824]. Copperplate stipple engraving with original hand colouring, 314 x 241 mm (plate mark), 365 x 280 mm (sheet), titled in the image lower centre, number 5 printed upper right. Source : Voyage de découvertes aux terres Australes. Exécuté par ordre de sa Majesté l’Empereur et Roi, sur les corvettes …

  • # 23695

    ROGER, Barthelemy (1767-1841, engraver); PETIT, Nicolas-Martin (1777-1804, artist)

    Terre de Diémen. Parabéri

    [Paris : Arthus Bertrand, Libraire-Éditeur, 1824]. Copperplate stipple engraving with original hand colouring, 316 x 242 mm (plate mark), 365 x 280 mm (sheet), titled in the image lower centre, number 7 printed upper right. Source : Voyage de découvertes aux terres Australes. Exécuté par ordre de sa Majesté l’Empereur et Roi, sur les corvettes …