Colonial van Diemen's Land & Victorian Tasmanian photo album comprising sixty photos including port Arthur, Kings bridge Launceston, Tessellated Pavement Eaglehawk neck, Franklin square Hobart, custom house Hotel Hobart, the Bank of van Diemen'
An interesting George II indenture with the seal of Robert Boutiden Parish of St Keverne, Cornwall, dated 1748, ink on vellum, appears to be pertaining to an agreement between two gentlemen in Cornwall, mounted within oak frame, 85 x 67 cm out of frame
Petition to Van Diemens Land Co. 1900, Copies of three petitions to the Directors of the V.D.L. Company from the residents of Circular Head, requesting the conveyance of the seven acres of land requested by the Government for the purpose of harbour constru
News Letter of Australiasia, A Narrative to Send to Friends 1862, Mount Alexander, From Near the Railway, Bark Canoes on the Murray River: 'Overland Corner, Sneaking the Emu, The Victorian Exhibition in Melbourne, for the 'World's Fair, Squatti
Cook, James. Captain Cook's Journal during his first voyage round the world made in HM bark Endeavour , Australiana facsimile Edtions no. 188 Libraries board of South Australia, Adelaide 1968, foreward by a Grenfell Price, incls maps etc. Cream c
Baudin, Nicolas. The Journal of post Captain Nicolas Baudin, Commander in Chief of the Corvettes Geographe and Naturalist , Libraries board of South Australian, Adelaide, 1974, translated from the French by Christine Cornell, green cloth, some wear
[Australian Exploration] 5 facsimile Editions including, Davis, J. Tracks of McKinlay and party Across Australia, FOSLOSA, 1996, Ltd edn 600 + MItchell, TL. Journal of an Expedition to the interior of Tropical Australia, FOSLOSA, Ltd edn ed. 83/600 + Ernes
[South Australia] 8 facsimile volumes including, Horton James, T. Six Months in South Australia, with some account of port Philip and Portland Bay in Australia Felix, FOSLSA 1999 Ltd edn ed. 90/600 +Kinloch, A. The Murray river being a Journal of the voyag
Robert Southey, 1774-1843, The Life of Nelson, Published by John Murray, Bookseller to the Board of Longitude, Albemarle Street, London, 1828, 4 vols, red morocco with gilt covers, marbled end papers, Illustrated with 13 letters and documents, 94 portraits
Joseph Lycett, circa 1775-1828, Views in Australia, or New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land. London: J. Souter, 1824, first edition, oblong folio, lithographed pictorial title and 48 finely hand coloured aquatint plates after drawings by Lycett, 2 engrave
An early Geographical Primer with maps, Salmon, Thomas, 'A new Geographical and historical Grammar......' [London: William Johnston, 1754, 3rd ed.] 23 (of 23) maps. In full calf boards, professionally restored with new spine to style, raised bands,
The Eliott Family Scrapbook, This, and the following four lots are from the collection of the Eliott family, one of the first families to settle in the New England area of Northern New South Wales. The book has been passed down through five generations to
Botany Bay & Second Fleet the London Chronicle, December 12-15, 1789: An edition rich with relevant articles including a brief reference to 'The Neptune convict ship...with the Botany Bay Rangers on board...' still waiting for orders, an extrac
George Barrington, D'Arcy Wentworth & Botany Bay: the London Chronicle, November 14-17, 1789: This edition carries a detailed report on an appearance by the notorious pickpocket George Barrington, a further update on the fate of D'Arcy Wentwort
First Fleet & Botany Bay: the London Chronicle. The first printed accounts of the Expedition to and the Settlement at Sydney Cove, in issues of the London Chronicle newspaper issued in early 1789, May 5-7, 1789: Containing a long and detailed 'Auth
First Fleet & Botany Bay: the London Chronicle. The first printed accounts of the Expedition to and the Settlement at Sydney Cove, in issues of the London Chronicle newspaper issued in early 1789, April 4-7, 1789: Two columns titled 'Further Partic
First Fleet & Botany Bay: the London Chronicle. The first printed accounts of the Expedition to and the Settlement at Sydney Cove, in issues of the London Chronicle newspaper issued in early 1789, March 26-28, 1789: A very lengthy article covering near
First Fleet & Botany Bay: the London Chronicle. The first printed accounts of the Expedition to and the Settlement at Sydney Cove, in issues of the London Chronicle newspaper issued in early 1789, March 24-26, 1879: A lengthy article, '...Of the co
First Fleet & Botany Bay: the London Chronicle. The first printed accounts of the Expedition to and the Settlement at Sydney Cove, in issues of the London Chronicle newspaper issued in early 1789, February 26-28, 1879: Regarding the safe arrival of Com
First Fleet & Botany Bay: the London Chronicle, The first printed accounts of the Expedition to and the Settlement at Sydney Cove, appeared in issues of the London Chronicle newspaper issued in early 1789. This lot, and the following four lots, compris
Miner's Right Castlemaine,1857 together with an interesting collection of legal documents including Victoria letters of naturalisation with two ten shilling revenue stamps (unusual usage), signed by J.B Patterson, inspection will reward
List of Male Convict Ships - Old Class & Probation Class, Ink script on paper with headings proving the dates of arrival in Hobart, the name of the ship, the number of prisoners and the annual total, framed && glazed, 47.75 x 58.5 (sight). Prov
Australian Federation Celebrations, A collection of five souvenir invitations to various events associated with the Celebrations for the Opening of the Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia in Melbourne. The invitations are all inscribed to 'Mr N
Fawkner, John Pascoe [1792-1869] - Pioneer of Melbourne & Victoria, Calligarphic manuscript address to Fawkner by 'The undersigned inhabitants of Echuca....who now view with pride....the completion of a trunk line of Railway....again we cannot forg
John Pascoe Fawkner Important archive collection of documents, papers and notes relating to and in many cases written by John Pascoe Fawkner, including a fine collection of calling cards of Melbourne dignitaries, invitations addressed to Fawkner, family ph
The George Whitelaw archive, A fine illustrated diary with gold embossed title to spine, titled 'Sketches in Australia by George Whitelaw, 1857 - 1864' with parrakeet feathers affixed to pages in places and containing 24 charming and mostly detaile
Books 3 Vol.: Western Australian historical Interest i) Western Australian year book for 1898 - 1899 Eleventh edition, by Malcolm A. C. Fraser Published Perth 1900 ii) Western Australian year book for 1902 - 1904 Thirteenth edition, by Malcolm A. C. Fraser
Australian convict letter of pardon, dated Whitehall August 1843, granting pardon to John Scutts providing his behaviour is satisfactory to the Governor of New South Walessigned H Manners Sutton and a fire Insurance document dated 1840 (2)
A rare New Zealand historical World War II field map of 'The Defence Of Cassino', signed by Buck Needham and presumably used by him in the field, showing signs of wear and some staining including holes from being confidentially pinned when folded.
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