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Norman Selfe American Scenery album, Eadweard Muybridge 1884 '360 Photos of American Scenery Collected By Norman Selfe on the Spots Represented in 1884', comprising scenes of New Zealand , Honolulu, San Francisco & California, Arlington Hotel, Santa Barbar
Burgess Bushranger Gang 1866 Carte de Visite by Captain Coulston showing the Victorian bushrangers Philip Levy, Richard Burgess, Thomas Kelly (Noon) & Joseph Thomas Sullivan, most famous for the Maungatapu Murders in New Zealand , plus a 1924 book on t
Burton Bros, Dunedin & Wheeler & Son, Christchurch, New Zealand, A collection of 19 various early photographs depicting scenes of Invercargill, Makarewa River, Maori Land, Cathedral Square, Otira Gorge, Avon River, Lake Wakatipu, Christchurch, Dune
New Zealand and Australia, An album containing approx. 180 photographs in varying sizes, of particular note are five Maori portraits by Arthur James Iles [1870 - 1943], each 20 x 13.5 cm (approx.). Other New Zealand photographs include R.B. Graham, Muir
New Zealand: Leather-bound album containing a collection of albumen prints by Frank A. Coxhead, Burton Brothers, Wheeler & Son, James Valentine and others. Includes Dunedin scenes, Christchurch, Invercargill, Queenstown,Milford Sound, Auckland, Momona
Scrapbook: containing a collection of albumen prints of Sydney, Tasmania && New Zealand, 60 imagess including 4 Maori subjects, photographers include Paine, Bayliss and Josiah Martin. Mainly 20 x15 cm some larger, largest being 28.5 x 24cm.
C. Troughton Clark, sepia photograph, untitled 'Maori Woman with Child', signed and inscribed copyright, in original dark oak frame. Image 30 cm x 25.5 cm. Provenance: the Collection of Vanya Lowry, inscribed verso 'Owner: Entrican' (presumably A.R. Entric
A collection of 34 full glass plate Maori subject photographic negatives by Harold Sylvester Church, including various images of Maori engaged in traditional activities and otherwise. Collection features a composite image with Maori subjects in cartoonish
Photographer Unknown. Maureen Kingi (Miss NZ 1962) and Wihapi (Hapi) Wineata in 'traditional' Maori costumes, cooking using traditional Maori methods at Whakarewarewa, Rotorua. Original hand-coloured photograph, c. 1964
J.R. Blencowe. 'Mother and child' and 'Maori cooking operations, Rotorua' Original vintage hand coloured contact prints from the original glass negatives taken in Rotorua near the beginning of the 20th century
Burton Brothers (Alfred Burton), Dunedin Three images from the King Country & Taranaki, May 1885: 'Rane' at Taumaranui – King Country; The Fair 'Orini' at Ti Eke – King Country; Tuohu (a Maori Belle in ball dress), Parihaka. All black and white contact pri
John McGarrigle (American Photographic Company) Two studio portraits of Maori women, one with 'whaka' tattoo on one arm, the other with lip and chin moko. Sepia toned contact prints from the original glass plate negatives in the National Museum, c. 1870
John McGarrigle (American Photographic Company) Two full length portraits of Maori men in photographic studio environments. Sepia toned contact prints from the original glass plate negatives in the National Museum, c. 1870
A good historical New Zealand and Pacific 19th century photograph album, includes: Fiji Islands, 26 albumen prints, 'Fijian Cannibal Feast', signed and other portraits, 'Making Kava', 'Fijians selling produce» etc., mostly 13.9 cm x 20.2 cm; 11 albumen and
BRETON, William Henry: 'Excursions in New South Wales, Western Australia, and Van Diemen's Land, during the years 1830, 1831, 1832, and 1833.' The revised second edition, with additions. [Richard Bentley, London, 1834]; 420pp, with two lithographic plates.
The Glew collection of rare carte de visite/ albumen prints by Elizabeth Pulmen, Auckland, c1870's. Print sizes generally: 90 x 5.5 cm. Three images have been cropped to an oval by the photographer. Mild fading and wear to prints. This exceptional collecti
29 stereoscopic views of New Zealand and the Pacific Islands George Rose stereographs, circa 1904, views including Bowen Falls, Maggie Papakura and her sister Bella Tupou, Solomon Islands, Fijian native canoe
An album comprising 184 albumen paper photographs, circa 1880, various photographers including John William Lindt the main body of photographs depicts a number of subjects and locations in Australia and New Zealand, incorporating images of ships at both th
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