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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
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
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
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)
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
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)
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
Clifton Pugh (1924-90), 'Morning flight of the owl' (triptych No. 3) colour screenprint, signed lower right 'Clifton' and endorsed A/P, 75 x 56 cm. Edition of 40 + 10 artist's proofs and three workshop proofs
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