c1888. Six-panel albumen paper photograph panorama, 21.8 x 151.2cm. Slight discolouration and tear to left portion, slight foxing and stains to right portion, minor silvering and crinkles overall. Taken from “Clifton” House, Kirribilli Point. Shows views of Miller’s Point, The Rocks, Circular Quay, Bennelong Point, Botanic Gardens, Mrs Macquarie’s Chair.....
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c1888. Albumen paper photograph, 49.8 x 41.2cm. Minor stain to image upper right, minor foxing to centre of image, slight crazing. Laid down on acid-free backing. Held in the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, with the comment “…George Barker moved to Niagara Falls, New York, in the early 1860s and.....
1888. Albumen paper photograph, titled in ink on backing below image, 20.6 x 13.8cm. Slight foxing and discolouration, laid down on original backing. Held in Northern Territory Library collection, listed as “The Jetty from Stokes Hill, Port Darwin, NT, September, 1888.”.
c1890. Albumen paper photograph, 49.7 x 41.3cm. Retouching and repaired tears to image centre and edges, minor paper remnants to image lower left. Laid down on acid-free backing. Held in National Gallery of Canada.
c1890s. Seven hand-coloured and varnished albumen paper photographs, laid down on two sheets, annotated “no. 3” and “no. 8” in watercolour upper right, 38.8 x 18.8cm to 28.2 x 37.6cm. Slight paper remnants to one sheet, creases and soiling overall, laid down on original backing. Toys illustrated include dolls, puppets.....
c1890s. Printout paper photograph, partially obscured title in pencil with two “Exclusive News Agency” stamps verso, 26 x 21.5cm. Minor tears, creases and silvering to edges of image, laid down on original backing. Title includes “On the picturesque [?].” Stamps read “Copyright ENA. When used please return photo at once.....
c1890s. Printout paper photograph, 10.6 x 15cm. Scuffs and slight soiling, surface loss to edges, laid down on original backing. An advertisement for Oscar Wehrstedt, “Draper, Murray St, Gawler” appeared in the newspaper Bunyip, Gawler, SA on 29 January 1875. At the time the store was located opposite the Bunyip...
c1890s. Albumen paper photograph, titled and initialled “JP” in negative lower left, photographer’s stamp verso, 13.3 x 19.4cm. Minor crinkles overall. Stamp reads “Published (Copyright) by J. Paine Photo, Sydney.”.
c1890s. Albumen paper photograph, cabinet card format, photographer’s stamp on backing verso, 9.9 x 14cm. Stain to upper left corner, dent to lower portion, foxing. Stamp reads “Fitzalan Photo.” Fitzalan was a photographer based in Trundle, NSW. William Frederick Leeder was a chemist who worked in various towns in NSW.....
c1890s. Pair of printout paper photographs, each numbered and titled in negative lower left, 10.7 x 15.2cm (approx. each). Minor foxing and crinkles overall, slight creases and chips to edges.
c1890s. Four hand-coloured albumen paper photographs, 21.4 x 27.9cm (approx. each). Creases to corners, minor tears to edges and slight stains to some images, minor crinkles overall.
c1890s. Three printout paper photographs, two with Japanese characters in negative lower left or right, 20.4 x 26.8cm (approx. each). Repaired tears and creases to edges of images, minor scuffs and foxing overall. Text translates as “Cormorant fishing, Gifu prefecture, Nagaragawa River” and “Seko”, the name of the photographer.....
c1890s. Hand-coloured platinum photograph, 29 x 12cm. Minor dent to lower edge of image.
c1890s. Hand-coloured platinum photograph, 28.9 x 12.1cm. Minor foxing overall.
c1890s. Hand-coloured platinum photograph, 12.1 x 29.8cm. Minor foxing overall.
c1890s. Hand-coloured platinum photograph, 12.1 x 29.2cm. Minor discolouration to lower right corner.
c1890s. Hand-coloured albumen paper photograph, 20.1 x 26.2cm. Creases to lower right corner, fading to edges of image. Gonin Bayashi court musicians are often portrayed by dolls in the Hinamatsuri festival, which is also known as Girls’ Day or Dolls’ Day.
c1890s. Hand-coloured albumen paper photograph, titled in pencil verso, 20 x 25.3cm. Foxing and stains overall.
c1890s. Hand-coloured albumen paper photograph, titled in negative lower left, 20.8 x 26.4cm. Chips and fading to edges of image. Title erroneously reads “Japanese Funrals.”.
c1890. Albumen paper photograph, titled and annotated “Tom” in ink verso, 19.7 x 15.3cm. Minor stain to upper portion, crinkles overall.
c1890. Albumen paper photograph, annotated “29” and titled in pencil verso, 20.8 x 26cm. Minor retouching to centre of image.
c1890s. Pair of printout paper photographs, each titled, one image with partially illegible annotation in pencil verso, 21.7 x 29.2cm (each). One with slight tears and creases to edges, one with minor missing portion to upper left corner, both with minor crinkles overall.
1872-c1890s. Eight photographs consisting of five albumen paper photographs and three printout paper photographs, one image titled in Dutch “Baraboedoer [Borobudur]”, dated “1872” and numbered “70” in negative lower left to right, 15.9 x 21.7cm to 19.9 x 25.7cm. Slight foxing overall, most with some discolouration or surface loss to.....
c1890s. Albumen paper photograph, titled and numbered “4” in negative lower left, photographer’s blind stamp on image lower right, 20.5 x 27.1cm. Minor missing portion and foxing to edges. Stamp reads “G.R. Lambert & Co., Singapore.”.
c1890. Printout paper photograph, numbered “66” and titled in negative lower centre, annotated in pencil verso, 11 x 7.1cm. Annotation reads “Sarawak Dyaks.” Illustrated as a wood engraving in Popular Science Monthly, vol. 37, 1890, p609, with alternate title of “Some natives of Australasia. Dayak types, Borneo.”.