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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.

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

Feliks Topolsky (1907-1989) inner temple Silkscreen ed. 44/275, signed lowe right 67 x 52 cm

Jude Taylor, Mum Watch Me 1992, colour linocut, signed & dated lower right 30 x 40 cm

Adolphe Larsen (1856-1942), Danish Street Sweeper 1913, etching, signed in plate lower right 21 x 25.5 cm

Joe rose (1915-) abstract colour lithograph, signed in plate lower left, 24.5 x 36.5 cm

Roy Delgarno (1910-2001) the miners 1984 lithograph ed. 6/6, signed & dated lower right 22 x 31 cm

Cedric Emanuel (1906-1995) old Woolloomooloo etching ed. 49/50, signed lower right 22.5 x 17.5 cm

Coloured engraving. Woman and cupid. Signed F Bartolozzi. 10 x 12 cm, in original period frame

A set of three coloured steel engraving of the Hunt. 36 x 75 cm.

Set of ten hand coloured engraving of native birds. After T Wilson engraved George Cranston. 33 x 23 cm. Provenance William Johnson, Kent Antique, High Street, Armadale

Fores's hunting causalities coloured engraving. Circa 1850. Drawn H Alken and engraved J Harris. Titled 'A Mutual Determination and a Strange Country'. 20 x 28 cm

John Shirlow (1869-1936), Australia, the Railway Bridge South Yarra. Etching. Signed in plate and dated 1915 and inscribed 'To my friend J G Roberts Esq'. 23 x 30 cm

Coloured engraving. Seated woman. After George Moreland. Provenance: Dame Mabel Brooks. 23 x 20 cm

Three oval engravings. Cupids and woman. Early 19th century together with 18th century coloured engraving. Man and woman are in period costume in original frame

Coloured engraving. Woman seated in landscape. Signed lower right, in original period frame. 20 x 19 cm

18th century coloured engraving. A Young lady. Signed and titled in original period frame. 28 x 22 cm

Norman Lindsay (1879-1969),facsimile etching 'Treasure', limited edition 21/210, published 1973 in book form, 13.5 cm x 13 cm image

Bernhardine Mueller, triptych etching 'Nanna, The Opening and The Housewife', signed in pencil lower right, 42 cm x 53 cm frame

John Leech (1817-1864), coloured engraving 'The Rising Generation', 19.5 cm x 17.2 cm image

C1970 group of Australian travel posters, photo lithograph printed in Australia for the tourist Commission, size 99 cm x 61 cm approx. Condition B+. (8 items)

Harold Brocklebank Herbert (1892-1945): etching 'An Old Gumtree' 24/50 (framed) 12 cm x 15 cm; plus two George Colville unframed etchings 'Xmas 1941' and 'The Little Dock' c1941. (3 items)

Sir Lionel Lindsay (1874-1961): etching 'Casa Del Cordon Burges' pencil signature and title lower margin. Not framed, 32 cm x 26 cm.

C1884 'Patterson & Sons' 37 Collins St Melbourne, coloured lithograph card with reference to Sheffield Park Coburg, VG condition; c1900 Robertson and Moffat of Melbourne 'Sanakor...Corset De Paris' pop-up card (working order) revealing

Thompson, John (2) 'Southern Hemisphere,' shows supposed south pole; and 'Southern Hemisphere Projected on the Plane of the Horizon of London.' both from Thompsons new General Atlas. Pub. 1814. 2 early Maps. Hand coloured engraving. 60 x 51

Antique 'Fores hunting Accomplishments, coloured engraving Published London 1850, mounted in an inlaid mahogany frame, 49 c 59 cm including frame

Claude Bontemps, two coloured lithographs, still life's, (2) 44 x 28 cm

Engraving 'Wounded soldier by Francis Flameng 1879, 27 x 34 cm and lady dancing for Gentlemen by a Arline 86, 25 x 39 cm (2)