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David G.Rankin (1946- ), 'Brown Ridge and Dam -1', coloured screenprint, numbered '55/95', inscribed, signed and dated '84' in pencil on margin, 77 x 56 cm

Phil Greenwood: 'Claremont Park' (Surrey), etching with aquatint, signed and dated 'Greenwood '82' and numbered 116/350, framed and glazed, image size 51 x 35 cm

John stone: 'Church at San Remo - Victoria', lithograph, signed and dated lower right 'John stone 1981', framed and glazed, image size 58 x 46 cm

Arthur Merric Bloomfield Boyd (1920-99), 'Narcissus Leaning' lithograph, signed lower right and inscribed A/P in pencil on margin, 46 x 66 cm, framed and glazed

Fred Williams (1927-82) 'Across the Plains' etching, edition: 70/100, signed, titled and numbered below image, 13 x 28 cm

Franz Hanfst'ngl (1804-77), 'Ludwig van Beethoven', etching, framed and glazed, overall 73 x 56 cm

New Zealand lithographic Panorama: 'The harbour of port Nicholson and the Town of Wellington (Sketched in the middle of the year 1842)', by Thomas Allom (1804-72), 3-part panorama, hand-coloured lithograph, image size 143 x 32 cm (London, 1845), window mou

Engravings and etchings, Australian and European, c1763-1920, noted engraving 'Sydney Cove from Fort Macquarie' by Frederick Terry (1825-69), ; etching 'Australian Bush Road' by Bruce Robertson (1872-1943), all fram'd and glazed, various sizes (8 items)

George Whinnen, gum tree shade, etching, numbered 26/50 11 x 13 cm

John Winch etching 21/25 variation VIII, signed, titled and dated '85

John Winch etching 21/25 variation IX, signed, titled and dated '85

John Winch etching 21/25 variation III, signed, titled and dated '85

John Winch etching 21/25 variation V, signed, titled and dated '85

John Winch etching 21/25 'Enigma variation I' signed, titled and dated '85

C S Tregar hand coloured engraving 'The British Queen on her first voyage from London to New York '

Thomas Worth (American, 1834-1917), lithographs from the racist 'Darktown' series - 'Black duck Shooting', 'A Sharp rifle' and 'A fall from Grace'; by Currier & Ives (N.York, 1882-83), all window mounted, each 50 x 40 cm. (3)

Norman Alfred Williams Lindsay, (1879-1969), set of four coloured facsimiles.

Erfte Verlosung 1832 Family scene engraving. Titled in margin 44 x 56 cm

A framed engraving from Cook's Voyages, Quarto edition published circa 1775. Frame. Height 34.1 cm. Width 29 cm

Thomas Friedensen etching 15/85 'Young Australia' signed, titled and dated 1926

A 17th century coloured engraving 18th/19th century Johannes Janssonius Sevilla, Cadiz, Malaga plate approximately 35 x 48 cm

A framed engraving, steeple Chase Cracks, after Herring, Published 1847, 71 x 120 cm

Sydney Ure Smith (1887 - 1949) 'Deserted Courtyard Hartley' (etching)

Alfred Bock Senotype in musk picture frame with original Alfred Bock Business label on reverse dated Hobart Town 1864 (subject Dr. William Henwood 'Huntingfield') 36 x 41 cm

Alfred Bock,Senotype in musk picture frame with original Alfred Bock business label on reverse, dated Hobart Town 1864 35.5 x 41 cm

Unframed polychrome etching, by Cruickshank 'Exhibition Extraordinary in the Horticultural room'

Leslie van Der Sluys (b. 1939 -), Sydney bouquet, handcoloured linocut 17/75 signed Leslie van der Sluys and dated 1991 lower right editioned lower left 25 x 19 cm

Leslie van Der Sluys (b. 1939 -), musk Lorikeet and eucalypt, handcoloured linocut 43/90 signed L. Van der Sluys and dated 1991 lower right editioned lower left 19 x 25 cm

Leslie van Der Sluys (1939 - 2010) Jesse's black backed Magpie, handcoloured linocut 26/90, signed Leslie van der Sluys and dated 1993 lower right editioned lower left 32.5 x 44 cm

Leslie van Der Sluys (1939 - 2010) Chestnut Teal and Tasmania Christmas Bells, handcoloured linocut, AP, signed Leslie van der Sluys and dated 1982 lower right and inscribed Ap lower left 19 x 25 cm

J Gully. 'Up river scene, Wanganui, Wellington', antique colour lithograph, New Zealand Maori river scene framed in birdseye figured timber

Aboriginal Artworks: Dinny Nolan Tjampitjinpa (1944-, Austalia, Aboriginal), 'Willi Willi', screenprint, signed lower right below image in pencil 'Dimny' (sic), numbered 26/80, window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 77 x 97 cm; Alun Leach-Jones (1937-, A

Victor Trumper, signature on lower right margin of superb half-tone offset lithographic print of Victor Trumper in full flight, also signed by the photographer George W.Beldam, published by, the swan electric engraving Company, London, 1st August, 1905; im

K.S.Ranjitsinhji: 'Vanity Fair' cricket print 'Ranji' by Spy (Sir Leslie Ward), colour lithograph, published Aug.26th 1897, overall 27 x 40 cm.

A New Zealand Shipping Company Advertisement, colour lithograph. Framed. Height 19 cm L79 cm

The Battle of Waterloo original hand coloured steel plate engraving by James Tibbitts Wilmore (1800-1863), after a painting by G Jones (R.A.) Published; London 1849 by J Hogarth and dedicated to the Duke of Wellington 26 x 47 cm (image)

Paul John Beadle (1917 - 1992), the Empty saddle, drypoint engraving, inscribed in ink with artists name and title lower left bears a signature in pencil, lower right early north Perth framers lable, 'A.B. Ranford' on reverse 34 x 51 cm