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Georg Balthasar Probst (1673 - 1748) Germany very rare antique hand coloured copper plate engraving, (vue d'Optique) Colossus of Rhodes, 31.5 x 42 cm. Fol no 43

Antique 17th century engraving, titled the Same Gladiator View'd half in profile and half from Behind, 29.5 x 26.5 cm

Edward Hill Lacey (1892 - 1967) England, Model with Artist, dry point etching, signed lower right, 51 x 18.5 cm

Herreyns, rare 18th century hand coloured engraving, Procession cornucopia, approx 35 cm x 71 cm

Salvador de Franceschi, (Italy) 17th century hand coloured engraving 'Hercules', Ex Mvseo Gvarnaccio, approx 33 cm x 19 cm

Antique 18th century French hand coloured engraving of Palatium Luxemburg ex parte Viridarn, Le palais du Luxembourg du cote du Jardin, mounted in inlaid mahogany frame, 31 x 41 cm engraving

Two black and white prints from engravings by Richard Ralph and Benjamin John Frederick Miller. From an unknown publication, derived from engravings after Ralph and Miller in Hawkesworth, J., an Account of the Voyages… London, 1773. One depicts two carved

A rare and hand-coloured lithograph 'L'Anse De L'Astrolabe (Nouvelle Zelande)'. By Louis A. Sainson from Dumont d'Urville, Jules Sebastien Cesar, 1790-1842 'Voyage De La Convette l'Astrolabe Execute Pendant Les Annees 1826, 1827, 1828 Et 1829, Atlas Histor

A rare hand-coloured lithograph 'Monument to Te Whero's Daughter, at Raroera Pah'. By George F. Angas from 'Angas, George French 1822-1886: the New Zealanders Illustrated'. London, Thomas McLean, 1847. The lithograph depicts a very large and intricately ca

A rare hand-coloured lithograph 'Stranger's House (Houraki Pah)'. By Richard Aldworth Oliver, 1811-1889, 'A Series of Lithographic Drawings From Sketches in New Zealand '. London, Dickinson & Co. [1852]. This lithograph depicts a Maori whare with porch and

'La Nuova Zelanda Transcorsa Nel 1769 E 1770'. By Antonio Zatta 1778. Hand coloured. 45 x 36 cm

A leadlight paneled mirror with acid etching and timber frame 63 x 73 cm

Antique hand coloured engraving, 'Juno borrowing the Gestus from Venus', 28.5 cm diameter (image)

Antique coloured engraving, naval Battle, Published May 1783 by John Boydell, unframed, 54 x 72 cm

Pablo Ruiz Picasso (1881-1973), lithograph, 'Toros Y Toreres', signed in red crayon, 26 cm x 36 cm, certificate verso

Lily Allport (1860-1949), two linocuts, scenes of Tasmaina (title bottom left), signed in pencil lower right, 15 x 22.5 cm and 14 x 23 cm

After Antonio Canova, G Tognoli dis. Pietro Bonato aqua forte. Angelo Bertini Boif., Aiace, engraving, plate size 62 x 41 cm

Charles Blackman, 1-20 coloured etching, Petit Dejeunner, initialled L.R, approx 15 cm x 20 cm

Pablo Ruiz Picasso (1881-1973), lithograph Lady on a Horse, 25 x 36 cm, certificate verso

Pablo Ruiz Picasso (1881-1973), lithograph Matador, 180/500, 27 x 16 cm, certificate verso

Hans Heysen 'Two Trees' etching 21/50 (authenticity and signed by David Heysen) 17 x 22 cm

Allan B. Glover 'Hill Top' etching 20/50, signed lower right, 27 x 20 cm

Harriet Scott, Australian Lepidoptera, Butterflies & Catterpillar Amongst Flowering Eucalypt 1864, handcoloured lithograph S. T. Gill, Lithographer Sydney, Allan & Wigley Printers 42 x 32.5 cm

John Skinner Prout, (1805-1876) Wooloomooloo Bay Looking East 1842, tinted lithograph, with letterpress, signed lower centre in plate 18.5 x 27 cm

Norman Alfred Williams Lindsay, (1879-1969) Beauty's Fortune 1920 etching & stipple engraving ed. 13/50, signed lower right 32.5 x 26.3 cm. Literature: Norman Lindsay's Etchings, Catalogue Raisonne, Odana Editions + Josef Lebovic gallery, 2006. Catalogue n

James Wyld, (1812-1887), New South Wales (& part of Victoria,) engraving, handcoloured 56.5 x 42 cm

William Dymock, (act. 1810), after, View of Sydney from the East side of the Cove no. 1 View of Sydney from the West side of the Cove no. 2 View of Sydney from the East side of the Cove no. 3 View of Sydney from the West side of the Cove no. 4, each facsim

Cedric Emanuel, (1906-1995) Berowra Boatshed, etching ed. 35/90, signed lower right 30.5 x 45.5 cm

Lloyd Frederic Rees, (1895-1988) Southern Peaks, Tasmania I 1982 lithograph ed. 14/40, signed & dated lower right 30 x 37 cm. Provenance: Artarmon Galleries (Artlovers) label verso

Gerrard Gayfield Shaw, (1885-1961) Presbyterian Ladies College, 1935, etching, signed lower right 24 x 19 cm

Idris Murphy (b.1949) Snowgums, colour lithograph ed. 24/100, signed & dated lower left, 54 x 36 cm

Bettina McMahon, (b.1930), Looking for Lawrence, 1970, etching ed. 13/20, signed & dated lower right 50.5 x 45 cm

Mashiko (20th century) USA, Japan #42 1974 + #92 1980 + #72 1977 (3), each Silkscreen ed. AP + 32/35 + 18/38, each signed & dated lower right. Provenance: Medialia gallery, New York, private collection, Sydney 52 x 67 cm, 46 x 62 cm, 69 x 26 cm. Exhibition

Carmen Ky Desert Dreaming II 1988 colour etching ed. 5/25, signed & dated lower right 39.5 x 50 cm

David Schluss (b.1943), Dancing the Music, embossed silkscreen ed. 249/350, signed lower right 43.5 x 44 cm

Kirsty Fletcher Agrophobia, linocut ed. 10/15, signed lower right 30.5 x 20.5 cm

Jacqui Henwood (1946-2013) True Blue View I & II (2), silkscreen ed. A/P, 21/90, each signed lower right, each 120 x 77 cm

Pat Rowley (b.1929) Umbrellas, linocut ed. 1/10, each signed lower right 67 x 52 cm,67 x 59 cm, 67 x 52 cm

Idris Murphy (b.1949) Paris 1979, silkscreen ed. 40/100, signed centre right 65 x 47.5 cm