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A framed Tretchikoff 'Balinese Girl' print, height 67 cm. Width 57 cm

A framed Tretchikoff 'Balinese Girl' print, height 67 cm. Width 57 cm

A framed Tretchikoff 'Portrait of a Woman' print, height 66 cm. Width 55 cm

A framed Tretchikoff 'The Chinese Girl' print, height 70 cm. Width 59 cm

A framed Tretchikoff 'First Wife of a Zulu Chief' print, height 64 cm. Width 54 cm

A framed Tretchikoff 'Lady From the Orient' print, height 65 cm. Width 70 cm

A framed Tretchikoff 'Zulu Girl' print, height 57 cm. Width 52 cm

Gordon Walters 'Kura', screenprint, title inscribed, signed and dated 1982, number 126 of an edition of 150.55 cm x 44 cm

Robin white 'Mabel Mitchell's Place. Waiotemarama, Hokianga', screenprint, title inscribed, signed and dated July 1977, number 31 of an edition of 4.5 cm. 68 cm x 45.5 cm

Kevin Charles 'Pro' Hart (1928-2006), 'The Miner', etching, signed lower right, artist's proof, image size 20 x 15 cm, framed and glazed, overall 46 x 39 cm

Robert (Bob), Henderson Grieve (1924-2006 Australia), Arabesque coloured screenprint 52 x 68 cm

Basil Hadley (1940-2006 Australia), Feral Cats coloured screenprint signed Basil Hadley and dated (19), 92 entitled and numbered 22/31 in pencil lower margin 67 x 110 cm

Yosl Bergner (born 1920, Austria/Australia/Isr'l), portrait of a woman with Tacks, colour lithograph artist's proof, signed lower right, 56 x 42 cm

Pat Hanly, 'Innocence', etching, entitled in the plate, signed and dated '81, Number 12 of An Edition of 1.6 Cm 49 Cm X 50.5 Cm

Michael Smither, untitled (black rock and Reflections), screenprint, signed with initials Mds and inscribed 1/60/77 - 16.5 cm 61 cm x 52.5 cm

Don Binney 'Kaiarara Kaka, Great Barrier', screenprint, title inscribed, signed and dated 1982, number 20 (partially obscured), of an edition of 15 cm 62.5 cm x 36.5 cm

Van Rin Rembrandt, Beggars receiving alms at the door of a house, 1648, etching

Picasso lithograph, Mouluot Paris, imp. In custom made frame

Brett Whiteley (1939 - 1992), Magpie on a branch, lithograph, signed 'Brett Whiteley' lower right, edition No. 42/60, 74.5 x 43 cm. Provenance: Australian gallery; collection of the late Gloria Staley. Gloria Staley was hailed as Australia's 'Grande Dame'

E. Mervyn Taylor, 'Petunia & Tom', wood block print Ed. 5.5 cm signed and entitled, 41 cm x 27.5 cm in original frame under glass.

Van Rin Rembrandt, portrait of an old man sitting on chair wearing a high cap 1630, engraving, faux tortoiseshell Dutch style frame 10.5 x 8.5 cm

View of the Ka'Bah Mecca 18/19th century engraving, gilt frame 17 x 18 cm

Robert Dickerson, (Aus 1924), 'Schoolgirl' etching, signed lower right, 16/50

A birdseye huon pine framed lithograph, 'Arrival of General Baraquay D'Hilliers at Ledsund in His Imperial Majestys yacht La Reine Hortense by T.G. Dutton, after O.W. Brierly, Published by day & Son 1855, 31 x 49.5 cm

Napoleon, lithograph, published Paris, 1832, 395 x 255mm

Napoleon the 1st at St. Helena, taken from the Ibbetson original lithograph (pub. Manchester 1855), 315 x 432mm, Offered with magazine fragment initialed (A.M.B) from the sphere July 8, 1911, which details the provenance of this image and a number of other

'The Battle of the Nile', set of three engravings by Thomas Hellyer (executed from the original drawings by Thomas Whitcombe), published June 4 1800 by J.Bryden, Charing cross, London, all framed and glazed, each 83 x 58 cm. Occasional wormhole. Provenance

A French framed black and white steel engraving, figures in landscape 35 x 42 cm

John Charles Goodchild (1898-1980 British/Australian) Westminster Abby black and white etching 20 x 9 cm

Graham Franscella, (B.1950 England/Australia), Bending figure two panel coloured etching, signed entitled date (19)91 and numbered 10/25 in crayon lower margin overall dimensions 87 x 142 cm

After Frederick Tayler, the Otter Hunt, engraving by Frederick Stackpole, published 188071 x 99 cm, together with two engravings after Thomas F'd(3)

After Ferdinand Bauers, Illustrationes Flor' Nov' Hollande, a modern folio, numbered XVIII, comprising 15 colour and 15 etched plates

Norman Alfred Williams Lindsay, (Australian, 1879-1969), the Farewell, signed with initials 'N.L' lower right; bears Bloomfield Galleries certificate of authenticity (verso) pencil 54 x 57 cm

Leicester Consanguinitarium on Consanguinarium Rules and Orders, a rectangular brass plaque, engraved with rules and coat of arms dated, 1793 and a later engraving noting change of location is 1835, mounted on an oak board. Width 52 cm. Height 66 cm

After J.W.Frohawk, a group of ten prints of Marsupials coloured prints various sizes to be sold with a lithograph of a giant female kangaroo, by another hand

David Bromley 'Young girl with Kite' screenprint, Artist's proof, signed lower right, 73 x 54 cm