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William Hogarth engraving the bench/Advertisement published 1758/1761 56.5 x 29 cm

Signed W a Bowring polychrome lithograph the National Ministry of New Zealand 46.5 x 74 cm. Ex Wellesley club, Wellington

Set three Victorian polychrome engravings by Charles Hunt, hunting scenes 32.5 x 44.5 cm

David van Numen, lithograph ' Across to the Heads', A.P. I/IV, signed lower right, 58 cm x 40.5 cm

Ken Done (1940-), untitled interior scene lithograph 27/99, signed and dated 96 in pencil lower right, 40 cm x 47.5 cm

Elaine Alys Haxton (1909-99), 'The silk garden Kyoto', hand coloured lithograph, No. 11/25, signed in pencil lower right, 45 cm x 61 cm approx.

Sydney Ure Smith (1887-1949), 'The Sun Office' Sydney, lithograph, No.9, signed in pencil lower right, 25 cm x 17 cm approx.

Charles Bannow 'Fighting Cockeral' screen print 2/15, signed lower right 1987, 94 x 60 cm

John Goodchild 'Parliament House, Adelaide' etching 19/100

Norman Lindsay 'Sortie' limited edition facsimile etching no. 523, signed and embossed stamp lower right, 22 x 19 cm (Certificate of Authenticity to rear)

Peter Tyndall (born 1951). A Person Looks at a Work of Art, Someone Looks at Something. Screenprint. 100 x 75 cm.

S. L. Voider Untitled (Geometric Abstract I) 1988. etching 1/15. 74 x 88.5 cm.

S.L. Voider Untitled (Geometric Abstract II) 1988. etching 1/15. 74 x 88.5 cm.

Set of four French Military engraving, hand coloured, each approx 24 cm x 12 cm (4)

Jeffrey Makin, (b.1943), cedar Creek Falls I + II 1988(2), Silkscreen ed. 17/65, 54/65, each signed and dated lower right, each 83.5 x 59 cm

Cedric Raymond Emanuel, (1906-1995), Fishermen's Co op, etching ed. 4/9, signed lower right, 30 x 45 cm

A Victorian Huon pine frame, circa 1880, containing a lithograph of Hobart town from the new wharf, 29 x 38 cm

Virtuosi portfolio a folio of screenprints commisioned by youth music Australia by twelve artists: Arthur Boyd, Cressida Campbell, Colin Lanceley, Mandy Martin, George Milpurruru, John Olsen, Paul Partos, William Robinson, Gareth Sansom, Jan Senbergs, Tim

Bicentennial collection: a portfolio of Australian artists 1987 a folio of lithographs by twelve artists: Colin Lanceley, Arthur Boyd, Tim Storrier, John Coburn, Sydney ball, Lloyd Rees, Alun Leach-Jones, Brian Dunlop, John Firth-Smith, Jan Senbergs, Fred

The Australian opera's 40th Anniversary print portfolio 1996 a folio of lithographs by ten artists: Arthur Boyd, John Coburn, Robert Dickerson, Colin Lanceley, Alun Leach-Jones, Kerrie Lester, Mandy Martin, John Olsen, David Wadelton and Judy Watson. Ed. 4

Lawrence Daws (born 1927) trio of prints i) Ian Fairweather 1973 etching, ed. A.P./25, seventh state ii) night Trader 1978 photo etching and etching, ed. A.P./40 iii) sailing boat 1994 linocut, ed. 26/30, second state 8.5 x 8.5 cm; 25 x 27 cm; 10.5 x 22 cm

French school (19th century) four erotic scenes lithographs 13 x 9.5 cm

Pair of French prints i) Louis Legrand (French, 1863-1951) nude Doing her hair aquatint, ed. A.P. Ii) Chas Laborde (French, 1886-1941) La Belle Carmen etching 16 x 11 cm; 21 x 16.5 cm Exhibited: the map and print Collector, Sydney, November 1982, cat . No.

Pair of prints i) Christopher Nevinson (British, 1889-1946) the spirit of Progress 1933 lithograph ii) Orison Repositories in architectural setting etching 24.5 x 16.5 cm; 17.5 x 28.5 cm Exhibited: C.R.W. Nevinson: a Printmaker in war and Peace, Osborne Sa

A group of 3 contemporary prints i) Euan Macleod (born 1956) Digger 2007 lithograph, ed. A.P. Ii) Graham Fransella (born 1950) egg Trick, 1980 etching, ed. A.P. Iii) Judy Cassab (born 1920) the couple, 1996 etching, ed. 50/75 29.5 x 22.5 cm; 10 x 16.5 cm;

Pair of school prints London Ltd i) Julian Trevelyan, Harbour, no. 9 1948 ii) John Nash, Harvesting, no. 20 c.1948 colour lithographs printed by Baynard press for school prints Ltd London 49 x 75 cm (each)

Charles Blackman 'Titania and Bottom II' etching 10/20, signed lower right 'C.B.' 20 x 15 cm

David Bromley 'Blue Boy with Bird' artist proof screen print, signed lower left, 27x30 cm

David Bromley 'Blue Boy Laughing' artist proof screen print, signed lower left, 27x30 cm

B.E. Minns 'Aboriginal Mother and Child' etching, signed lower right, 20 x 13 cm

B.E. Minns 'Aborigines' etching, signed lower right, 15 x 20 cm

Hans Heysen 'The Old Barn' etching, Artist's Proof, signed lower right, 23 x 19 cm

Hans Heysen 'Hahndorf Cottages' etching, Artist's Proof, signed lower right, 21 x 27 cm

Norman Alfred Williams Lindsay (1879-1969), Gossip 408/550, facsimile limited edition etching, stamped with signature lower right, 25 x 30 cm

Lionel Lindsay: (1874-1961) Argyle Cut, etching, edtn. 7/12. 16 x 14 cm

Anne Montgomery (1908-1991), A collection of seven drypoint etchings, various scenes and landscapes each signed and some dated, together with a photograph of Anne Montgomery in her studio, the largest etching 25 x 19 cm

Victor Cobb: (1876-1945) At Mordialloc, lithograph, titled signed and dated 1906 lower left. 21 x 24.5 cm

Louis Kahan: Shearing the Lambs 1982 etching, signed dated and editioned to margin, 40 x 29 cm

Geoffrey Brown (1926-2014), Construction Site & Tower Bridge, coloured etchings Nos 18 of 50, signed and dated '60, 40 x 50 cm

Norman Alfred Williams Lindsay (1879-1969), Afternoon of a Faun, facsimile etching, limited edition 196/550, stamped lower right, 9.5 x 8 cm