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

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

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

Lisette Cohlhagen 'Spring flowers' linocut, signed with title in pencil lower right, 45 x 35 cm

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

A very large composite engraving of the Mocking of Christ, after a lost work by Sir Anthony van Dyck. Paris 1625-1626. The engraving panels laid down on canvas, in an ornate ebonised and gilt wooden frame. Height 290 cm. Width 225 cm

A Watson Turnbull Thames Barges and St Pauls from the river etching signed 17.5 x 25 cm

Jaz Fitzgerald river Avon etching, signed and dated 1932

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

David Bromley, 'Children with Lighthouse', a large artists proof screen print

David Bromley, 'Boy with Lighthouse', a large artists proof screen print

Charles Nuttall (1873-1934): 'The Duke of Cornwall and York, opening of the first Commonwealth Parliament of Australia, May 9th 1901', engraving, important and rare in this condition, 1902, image size 94 x 47 cm, window mounted framed and glazed, overall 1

Handcoloured lithograph depicting a colonial caricature map of Auckland. Artist J.C.Hill. 43 x 50 cm

Diana Mogensen (1929-1994), circus figures, 1985 lithograph, edition 3/6, signed and dated lower right 36 x 28 cm

Kevin Charles (Pro) Hart (1928-2006): a signed group comprising a Christmas card feeaturing 'Birds in Swamp' signed below image; a lino-cut dated '83' in the image, endorsed 'A.P.' at lower left and signed Lr; a larger lino-cut, also dated '83', titled 'Th

A French early 19th century engraving of Bl?cher of Waterloo Fame by J Swaine. Height 30 cm. Width 25 cm

A French 19th century engraving of Napoleon, in typical defiant standing pose. Original frame and label, circa 1820. Image. Height 37 cm. Width 28 cm

David Bromley, Who Will I Become (set of 7), silkscreen, each signed numbered and entitled each 67 x 50 cm

George French Angas lithograph, published in South Australia illustrated 1847, plate 51, hand coloured depicting scenery, a central aboriginal figure and various artefacts, 52 x 34 cm, (76 x 56 cm frame)

Max Ragless 'Summer morning' soft ground etching, signed and numbered 6/15, 26 x 31 cm

A framed lithograph of Melbourne from the Yarra 50 x 43 cm

A 19th century engraving view of British Fleet at the Battle of Trafalgar 18 x 16 cm approximately 18 x 16 cm

A framed engraving of the SS Great Britain launching 50 x 65 cm approx 50 x 65 cm

A framed engraving 'The city of Bristol' 30 x 65 cm approx 30 x 65 cm

Framed coloured engraving, 'Essex County hounds Going to cover'

William Kentridge, Dutch iris, coloured etching 34/50, 108 x 59 cm.

A framed lithograph 'New Zealand wild flowers', bearing the facsimilie signature Jessie brown, the selection of flowers including clematis, kowhai, hebe, pohutukawa, manuka, kaka beak, spilling from a flax woven basket. Note: the print has been trimmed to

Nigel brown engraving 'The Suicide of van Gogh', dated 1978, signed, limited edition 12/27. frame height 34.5 cm. Width 23.4 cm

Pro Hart 'Dragon Fly' a coloured etching 13/100, signed lower right, 17 x 11 cm

Max Ragless 'Bridgewater mill' trial proof etching, signed with title lower centre, 20 x 20 cm

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