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Salvador Dali, (1904-1989) Spanish, the spinning man (from Historia de Don Quichotte de la Mancha suite) 1981, colour etching aquatint, ed. 134/300, signed lower right, 40 x 44.3 cm

Norman Alfred Williams Lindsay, (1879-1969), Dreams, facsimile etching, ed. 36/550, Odana Editions certificate of authenticity verso, embossed stamp lower right, 13 x 13 cm

Norman Alfred Williams Lindsay, (1879-1969), treasure, facsimile etching, ed. 361/500, Odana Editions certificate of Authenticity verso, 13.5 x 13 cm

Capt. James Cook c.1822, engraving, pub. William Darton, 58 Holborne Hill, London, 12.5 x 8 cm

Collins, Gribelin, Soly and Yeates, A Getleman's Recreation, a set of four hand coloured engravings, 36 x 21.5 cm each

J Edward 'Yang Ying' screen print, signed lower right, edition 3/5, 69 cm x 44 cm

Judy Cassab 1920-2015 'Dame Joan Sutherland', limited edition 19/35 Lithograph, signed lower right, 54 cm x 36 cm

Joseph Christian Goodhart 1875-1952 'Broken Hill', etching, signed lower right, 31 cm x 25 cm

Vincent Sheldon (1895-1945) Farm House, etching 12/25, signed in pencil lower left, 12.5 x 20 cm, foxed

Arthur Merric Bloomfield Boyd, 1920-99, Tosca, handcoloured etching, ed. 20/60, signed in pencil lower right, 39 cm x 59 cm

Vincent Sheldon (1895-1945), cattle scenes, double etching, signed in pencil lower left, one 9/30, 16 cm x 20 cm (each image)

Donald Friend, 1915-89, 'Al', etching, 41/50, signed lower right in pencil, 9 cm by 14 cm Provenance: family of the artist.

Vincent Sheldon (1895-1945) Boat at Jetty, etching 7/70, signed in pencil lower left, 16 x 21.5 cm

Vincent Sheldon (1895-1945) Bridge Over River, etching 3/30, signed in pencil lower left, 14 x 15 cm

Vincent Sheldon (1895-1945) Ocean Shoreline, etching 5/25, signed in pencil lower left, 11 x 19.5 cm

Reg Mombassa 1951- 'Birds on wire' limited, edition 85/300 lithograph, 33 cm x 67 cm

Salvador Dali 1904-1989 'Greco' facsimile etching, signed lower left, certificate verso, 20 cm x 14.5 cm

Henri Benedictus Van Raalte (1881-1929), Two Trees, etching 19/50, signed in pencil lower right, 10 cm x 7.5 cm

A set of four 17th century botanical hand coloured engravings by Basilius Besler in fine contemporary frames, each 48 x 42 cm.

A pair of steel engravings after Albrecht Durer, 37 x 26 cm each

The Flowers of Scott, [London: Ackermann & Co., 1852], illustrated by Emma Bartlett, with thirty-five beautiful colour lithographic plates (including title), Victorian ornate full red morocco binding, folio, gilt titles with 5 raised bands to spine., E

The Wise owl, Linocut ed. 12/200, signed in pencil Kozaki Kan with a red seal, triple mounted & framed, 17 x 13 cm

Norman Lindsay, etching, Walpurgis no 5 1920 signed below image measures 29 cm x 31.5 cm. Purchased at William S. Ellenden 6.8.75 for $400

Abie Jangala, limited edition screenprint 40/99, Water Dreaming (Ngapa) 111, with certificate of authenticity from Coo-ee Gallery, Paddington, measures 69 x 48 cm

Abie Jangala, limited edition screenprint 91/99, Women's Water Dreaming, with certificate of authenticity from Coo-ee gallery Paddington measures 69 cm x 48 cm

John Coburn, artist proof print, Sun music, signed and dated 1989 below image, measures 73.5 cm x 55.5 cm

Two large format copper plate engravings from the Atlas du Voyage à la recherche de la Perouse, plates 35 and 3 'Sauvage de la Nouvelle Caledonie......' and 'Sauvage des Iles de l'Amiraute', published Paris 1791. Each 14.5 x 30.5 cm (p

Charles Blackman 'Flower Butterfly' colour screen print 40/90, signed, dated, titled and numbered below 1988, 57 x 77cm

Salvador Dali 'El Cid' etching, signed upper left, 18 x 12cm (with certificate of authenticity)

Hardy John Wilson (1881-1955), two lithographs, 'Richmond Terrace Domain, Sydney' and 'Doorway St Peters, Richmond', 32.5 cm x 25 cm approx

Vida Pearson (Australia)'Gum Blossom' 28/50 & 'Red, Flowering Gum' 24/50 (2), hand coloured linocut, signed in pencil lower right, 15 cm x 18.5 cm approx

Vida Pearson (Australia) 'Waratahs' 16/50, hand coloured linocut, signed in pencil lower right, 42 cm x 51.5 cm approx

David Hockney (1937-) 'The Rescued Princess', 1969, etching and aquatint 24/100, signed in pencil lower right, 45 cm x 32 cm

Robert Henry (Bob) Dickerson (1924-2015), 'Cat At The Window' lithograph 63/90, 64 cm x 47 cm

Donald Friend, 1915-89, untitled, etching, 16/50, signed lower right in pencil, 9 by 15 cm, Provenance: family of the artist.

Norman Alfred Williams Lindsay (1879-1969) Australia, facsimile etching, J monkey, no 328, published 1991, 17.5 cm x 22.5 cm

Edmund Thomas (1827-1867), Hobson's Bay From the Signal Staff Williamstown, engraving printed and published by R. Quarrill & Co. 67 Collins Street East, 16 x 26 cm,

Lycett, Joseph: 'Scene up the River Huon, Van Diemens Land' being plate 37 in 'Views in Australia or New South Wales and Van Diemen’s Land', published by John Souter, London, 1824–25. Hand-coloured aquatint and etching, image 27

Edmund Thomas (1827-1867), 3 Coloured engravings of Melbourne scenes, I. Elizabeth and Lonsdale Street., II. The Post Office Melbourne., III. From Below Princes Bridge, Largest 25 x 39 cm,

Edmund Thomas (1827-1867), 6 coloured engravings of Melbourne and Geelong, 22 x 32 cm each,

A hand coloured engraving, 'South West View of Sydney in New South Wales', published 1st January 1814 by James Whittle & Richard Holmes, Laurie No. 53 Fleet Street London, 42 x 28 cm,

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