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Jorg Schmeisser (1942-2012) Rocky Cliff face 1988 + Rocky Outcrop + Boulders 1991 + sea rocks 1988 (4), each colour etching ed. A/P, colour proof, 28/80, 45/80, each signed & dated lower right 24 x 21 cm, 20 x 20 cm, 20 x 24 cm, 13 x 15 cm
Jorg Schmeisser (1942-2012) Carapace 1990 + spiral shell 1990 + spider shell 1990 (3), each colour etching ed. 8/80, 40/80, 27/80, each signed & dated lower right 24.5 x 20.5 cm, 20x 24.5 cm, 20 x 25 cm
Clement Seneque (Illust.) some Woodcuts, Durban, 1926, linen bound, containing twenty original signed woodcut prints by the artist, along with two wood block prints and photographic portrait of the artist loosely inserted into the book, personal inscriptio
Publisher Alexander Hogg. 'Captains hunter, Collins & Johnston with Governor Phillip, Surgeon white etc. Visiting a Distressed female Native of NSW at a Hut near port Jackson.' late 18th century.framed along with two late 19th century views of Sydney. Engr
Two plates from Baldwyns 'New System' Universal Geography. Subjects incl. Port Jackson view, a family of NSW, Duke of York & Lord Howe Island men. Pub. Alexander Hogg 1794. Framed as one. Engraving. 36 x 22 cm (each plate)
'Three Panoramic Views of Port Jackson, in New South Wales, with the town of Sydney, and the adjacent scenery. Engraved by R. Havell & Son, After original drawings by Major Taylor between 1817 & 1822', limited edition 64/100, three plates from the original
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