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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
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 (
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)
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,
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
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
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