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Etching, No. 32 Mitelman, Alan 15 x 13 cm

Blue tinted landscape, etching Rees, Lloyd, signed and dated 78,37/90 24 x 30 cm

Landscape, etching Rees, Lloyd 20 x 25 cm, signed and dated 77, 78/90

Landscape, etching,Rees, Lloyd 20 x 25 cm, signed and dated 77, 78/90

Landscape, etching Rees, Lloyd 20 x 25 cm, signed and dated 77, 78/90

N M Remnant, etching, Baldessin, George, signed and dated 73, edition 18/25 83 x 54 cm

Mythical figure coloured lithograph, Boyd, Arthur 26 x 20 cm

A hand with the Etruscans, artist signed etching, by John Brack 67 x 49 cm

Landscape, artist signed etching by Fred Williams, 23 x 17 cm

Brian Dunlop, seated female nude draped in sheet, coloured screenprint signed Dunlop and dated (19), 85 lower right numbered 14/75 lower left 62 x 48 cm

A 19th century miniature of Louisa Catherine, Marchioness of Carmarthen, after Ann Mee the original for an engraving by Thompson, circa 1830, depicting the Marchioness with a bouquet of flowers watercolour on board, mounted in an ornate foliate pierced gil

A pair of Regency hand coloured engravings of maidens emblematic of Peace and Plenty in verre eglomise 22 x 18 cm overall

A pair of Regency hand coloured engravings of classical goddess and putti in verre englomise and gilt frames 24 x 23 cm overall

Henri van Raalte, 'Winter light' 1921, etching, 10/20

Rare wood engraving by E. Mervyn Taylor entitled 'Building a war canoe'. Title, ed. Number and signature of artist in pencil. No. 35 from a limited edition of 35

Two Japanese woodblocks, Passing nobleman and bridge into the village; and three French etchings. 29 x 20 cm (approx.), etchings. 22 x 35 cm W/Blocks (2)

Trevor Lloyd, etching, 'Old Mission school three Kings' frame width 31.8 cm. Height 26.6 cm

Antarctic engravings: a View in Possession Bay, in the Island of south Georgia from Cook's Voyages (London, 1784); a View of Christmas harbour, in Kerguelen's Land, with the manner of killing Penguins, a representation of a seal, andc from Cook's Voyages (

Kevin Charles Pro Hart (1928-2006), Miner's Kids, print, signed Pro Hart lower right, overall 51 x 38 cm

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

Angas, George French (1822-86), gold Washing, Summer-Hill Creek, below Lewis Ponds, lithograph with, handcolouring (Sydney, 1851), 41 x 31 cm. Small repair at top, otherwise good condition

19th century Maori scene lithograph. 'Interior of a Native village or 'Pa', in New Zealand ', antique cedar frame. 56 x 69 cm

Pablo Picasso. 'Faune Aux Branchages' ('faun with leaves') lithograph, titled lower left, signed lower right in pencil, 39 x 28 cm

L. Calbet, pair of coloured lithographs 'Reclining female nudes', both signed lower right

Norman Lindsay, facsimile etching of 'The Innocents'

Frontispiece to the poems of Andre Chenier 19th century lithograph signed in the plate Fantin-Latour, Henri 30 x 22 cm

Norman Lindsay facsimile etching, titled 'The Ragged Poet', with a certificate of authenticity verso

Catalogue of plants under Cultivation in the Melbourne Botanic garden by, Guilfoyle, published by John Ferres, Government printer in 1883. A presentation copy in Guilfoyle's hand of a very rare Melbourne work. 'Prof. Halford with the Author's Kind Regards,

Engravings: 1790 hand-coloured engravings of reptiles or spiders, from white's 'Journal of a voyage to New South Wales', all window mounted, each overall 35 x 30 cm (or 30 x 35 cm). (9 items)

Benjamin Disraeli (1804-81, twice British Prime Minister 1868 & 1874-80), signature on piece; together with engraving 'The Right Hon. Benjamin Disraeli Earl of Beaconsfield, K.G.'

Antique Chromolithograph 'Sydney Harbour' Inscription lower right: Pubd. Aug. 1st 1879 by P.E. Reynolds, 426 George St, Sydney; Entd. St'rs. Hall 1879. Reference National library of Australia. Coloured lithograph of Sydney and harbour in 1879. This lithogr

John C. Goodhart etching, titled 'Road Meanders, Gippsland'

Robert Dickerson screenprint (16/180), titled 'Out of the Barrier', signed, titled and numbered on the margin

'Cricket at Lord's in 1822', lithograph c1900, window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 58 x 51 cm.

Sir Stanley Jackson, signature on lower right margin of superb half-tone offset lithographic original of the England Captain, Stanley Jackson, in full flight, published by the Swan electric engraving Company, London, 1st September, 1905; image size 28 x 42

Flint, William Russell (1880-1969), woman at the fountain. Published Stacey fine arts, London, signed in pencil by the artist. 41 x 56 cm lithograph

Cruikshank, George (1792-1878), 'The Worship of Bacchus.', the drinking customs of society showing how universally the intoxicating liquors are used, upon every occasion in life, from the cradle to the grave.' Published by William Tweedie, 1864. 56 x 98 cm

Antique botanical engraving 'Punna.' title also in Malay, Brahmin and Arabic. 35 x 43 cm hand coloured engraving

Van' T Hoff, Adriaan (1893-1939), bird of Paradise, 1931. 46 x 33 cm lithograph

30 various 17th and 18th century antique and European engravings

Warner, Alfred Edward (Ernest), (1879-1968), 'The Golden Fleece' 16 x 22.5 cm etching 20/45