[FAWKNER, John Pascoe, 1792-1869] JAMESON, Mrs.
Collection of pictures of W. G. Coesvelt, Esq. of London. With an introduction by Mrs. Jameson. (John Pascoe Fawkner’s copy)
London : James Carpenter and Son, 1836. Folio (310 x 255 mm), contemporary gilt-ruled half red crushed morocco (a little worn at the corners and edges) over marbled papered boards (rubbed), spine in compartments decorated in gilt and with contrasting title piece lettered in gilt; front hinge cracked; all edges gilt; illustrated extra title page …
[NOLAN; BOYD; TUCKER, et al.]
Melbourne : ANG and BP Australia, 1988. Quarto, illustrated wrappers (Arthur Boyd), pp. 36, illustrated; a very good copy of this catalogue for a travelling exhibition.
Geelong : Geelong Art Gallery, 1996. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, spine slightly sunned, pp. 46, some colour illustrations. Catalogue of 69 works from the exhibition. A fine copy.
NOLAN, Sidney (1917-1992)
With essays by Murray Bail and Andrew Sayers. Canberra : National Gallery of Australia, 2002. Oblong quarto (210 x 40 mm), illustrated wrappers, pp. 78, with 27 full-page colour plates plus numerous b/w photographic illustrations; a superb copy.
E. WHITEHEAD & CO. (publisher)
Melbourne : Printed and published by E. Whitehead & Co., . Oblong duidecimo (120 x 155 mm), original pictorial stiff wrappers printed in gold, blue and red, both sides of lower wrapper with pasted-on advertisements for Collingwood tobacconist D. W. Keir, pp  (including introductory text on inside upper wrapper), with a full-page colour map …
"Garryowen" (FINN, Edmund, 1819-1898)
Centennial edition with portraits and illustrations. Melbourne : Fergusson and Mitchell, 1888. First edition. Two volumes, quarto, gilt-decorated roan (edges rubbed, as commonly found), all edges gilt, pen inscription to preliminary blank, pp. xiv; 1000, numerous lithographed illustrations, the occasional spot of foxing, overall a very good set, uncommon in this condition. “The two volumes of …
CRAIG, Clifford (1896-1986); ROBERTSON, E. Graeme (Edward Graeme) (1903-1975); FAHY Kevin
Melbourne : Georgian House, 1972. First edition. Quarto cloth in dustjacket, pp. 220, extensively illustrated. Pale foxing to preliminaries else a fine copy.
CASEY, Maie et al.
Melbourne : Oxford University Press, 1953 (1954 reprint). Octavo, boards in dustjacket (chipped and old tape repair), pp. 185, extensively illustrated.
STEWART & CO.
[MELBOURNE] Signed studio portrait of Miss Fanny Oswin, member of the family of Kew pioneer William Oswin of Kilby Farm, Glass Creek. Circa 1875.
Albumen print photograph, carte de visite format, 103 x 63 mm (mount); verso imprinted in gold ‘Stewart & Co., 217 Bourke Street East, Melbourne’, and inscribed by the sitter in ink ‘Mrs. Creber, with Fanny Oswin’s love’; the print has some mottling in the negative and a couple of tiny marks, but is otherwise in …
HALL, Doug and CUSACK, Frank (compilers)
Bendigo : Bendigo Art Gallery, 1985. Oblong quarto, pictorial wrappers, pp. , illustrated. Includes works by George Rowe, Thomas Ham, Ludwig Becker, S. T. Gill, Nicholas Chevalier, Theodore King, Nicholas Caire and others.
HILCKE, F. S.
Melbourne : Dept. of Lands and Survey, 1924. Printed map, 460 x 500 mm, folded into a tourist brochure, with text and illustrations; fine example. ‘Photo-lithographed at the Department of Lands and Survey, Melbourne, by W.J. Butson, 22.8.24’.
Melbourne : nd, c 1890. Octavo, gilt decorated boards (slight rubbing), cloth spine, concertina foldout with fifteen panels. Leporello views of Melbourne, including a triple panel panorama of the city and a double panel view of Flemington Racecourse, public buildings and churches. A very good copy.
KRUGER, Johann Friedrich Carl (Fred), (1831-1888); [PERKINS, Horace]
[Melbourne : compiled and published by H. Perkins & Co., The Gift Depot, c.1880]. Duodecimo, blue papered boards with gilt stamped lettering and ornament, cloth spine, containing folding concertina of  panels with lithographic illustrations after Kruger’s photographic portraits of surviving leaders of Aboriginal tribes of Victoria, originally taken at various times between around 1866 …
“Photographs of Australia, New Guinea & New Britain. Through army eyes” : an album compiled by a member of 3rd Australian Division Concert Party, 1942-1945.
Photograph album. Oblong quarto, 250 x 340 mm, quarter cloth over papered boards decorated and lettered by hand (scattered stains, splits to cloth spine), the front pastedown with a rare concert programme from the Gracie Fields Show at Wewak on 21 August 1945, signed by the famous English entertainer herself; the album contains approximately 300 …
ROYAL AMPHITHEATRE (LAMBETH); Hugo VAMP (pseud. of J. R. O'NEILL]
Astley’s Royal Amphitheatre. Amakosa! or Scenes of Kaffir Warfare … [and] “In For a Dig,” or, Life at the Diggings.
The Audience are requested to have in mind, that, despite the sudden change from England to Australia, that the action in the first and second scenes is NOT simultaneous … … Lambeth : J. W. Peel, Printer to the Establishment, 25 April 1853. Double-page playbill, 380 x 510 mm; lithograph printed; original central fold, some …
GILL, S. T. (Samuel Thomas) (1818-1880)
[Melbourne : James J. Blundell, between 1852 and 1855]. Illustrated letter paper, 182 x 115 mm, bifolium with lithographed letterhead reproducing one of the plates from S.T. Gill’s Sketches of the Victoria gold diggings and diggers as they are (Melbourne : Macartney & Galbraith, August 1852); lithographed image, including captions, 90 x 90 mm; the rear blank side has a …