18 item(s) found:

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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

Mounted photo of Melbourne circa 1862, inscribed (on mount below) Exhibition, Hospital, Library, Jail, 24.5 x 36cm, The image, by an unknown photographer, features Astley's Amphitheatre (name painted-out on roof) in the foreground. This places the view

A Victorian banded agate brooch, London & Ryder, detachable bell shaped drop. Original fitted box marked London & Ryder, New Bond St, Corner, Clifford St. W, International Exhibition, 1862, Prize medal. Yellow gold. Length 5.9 cm

A Tasman album of a good New Zealand stamp collection, includes four higher value imperf. Full Face Queens, a full set of 1862 Full Faces (perf.) and a near complete collection of New Zealand stamps including 1906 Christchurch Exhibition, all Pictorials, a

An important live steam model of the 'Charlotte Dundas' circa 1870s, approximately 1:24 scale model, of the paddlewheel steamboat, constructed, according to family history, from timbers taken from the actual Charlotte Dundas which was scrapped in 1861, cen

Bishop Suter's original Victorian travelling writing box. Figured walnut and brass bound dome topped shape with fitted interior of stationery compartments and two inkwells, comprising a few pages of hand written verse in Suter's own hand, a small red leath

An impressive Japanese lacquer and mother of pearl inlaid cabinet, Meiji period, of rectangular form with an arrangement of sliding panels, drawers and doors with brass mounts and lock plates, all finely inlaid in mother-of-pearl with exotic birds amongst

Exhibition Catalogue: 'The Art journal illustrated catalogue of the International Exhibition 1862', by James S.Virtue (London), half bound morocco with marbled boards and embossed gilt title on the spine, minor wear and rubbing to the edges. VG condition

Framed Embroidery London International Exhibition 1862, 17 x 12 cm

Gustavo Alessandro Sacco Oytana (Italian 1862-1932), Portrait of Colonn. Francesco Branchinetti, signed and dated 'G.A. Sacco 91' (lower left), oil on canvase, unframed, 241 x 130 cm. Reference: G. Edoardo Mottini 'Gustavo Alessandro Sacco Oytanna' Pittore

A pair of Victorian gilt metal and glass candlesticks, each with a pierced metal rim above the cylindrical glass shaft raised on a spreading foot decorated with fruit, each shaft reverse white-painted and printed respectively with a view of the Palace of W

A rare and exceptional pierced Worcester exhibition quality plate, the centre panel a painted and gilded heron in a landscape by a cherry blossom tree, the surrounding borders with rosettes of birds and butterflies, geometrical jewelled work to outer rim.

Josephine Muntz Adams, (1862-1949), the Needleworker, oil on canvas, board;, signed 'Munts Adams' lower right; 34.5 x 24.5 cm. Josephine Muntz Adams trained under George Folingsby at the National Gallery school during the 1880s before travelling to Paris a

'Jubilee of international cricket, Victorian cricket Association, invitation Smoke Concert, 30th Dec.1911', rare 12-page programme, with 60 signatures on covers and centre pages. A wonderful array including Andrew Fisher (Prime Minister), Lord Denman (Gove

Victorian Exhibition 1861 and London international Exhibition 1862, both in one Victorian Government report. Also, photographs (4) by Fred Boissonnas for the 1896 Swiss National Exhibition. All in very good condition. Phtographs mounted, image size 22 x 15

'International Exhibition 1862, Sectional View of the Nave/Sectional View of the Eastern Transept', 1862 poster, published as 'Supplement to the Illustrated London News, October 4, 1862', overall 117 x 82 cm

Cricket & horse racing prints, 'England v Australia, Lord's Cricket Ground 1886' (2); 'The All-England Eleven Versus, the Victorian Twenty-Two, Melbourne Cricket Ground, January 1st, 1864'; 'The Grand Cricket Match, All England Eleven Versus Twenty Two of

1862 poster 'International Exhibition 1862, Sectional View of the Nave/Sectional View of the Eastern Transept', published as 'Supplement To, the Illustrated London News, October 4, 1862', overall 117 x 82 cm.