[Garden Palace, Sydney, Before And After Its Destruction By Fire]
[Garden Palace, Sydney, Before And After Its Destruction By Fire]
[Garden Palace, Sydney, Before And After Its Destruction By Fire]
[Garden Palace, Sydney, Before And After Its Destruction By Fire]
[Garden Palace, Sydney, Before And After Its Destruction By Fire]
[Garden Palace, Sydney, Before And After Its Destruction By Fire]
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[Garden Palace, Sydney, Before And After Its Destruction By Fire]

c1879-1882. Group of seven albumen paper photographs, some captioned in negative, some annotated in pencil verso or on old backing, three with photographer’s stamp verso, sizes from 10.2 x 18.6cm to 26.3 x 35.4cm. Slight stains, creases, repaired tears to some images.

Photographer’s stamp reads “J. Paine Photo, Sydney [Aust., 1833-1908].” Captions include “Botanic Gardens, and Sydney Harbour.”

The Sydney International Exhibition Building, also known as the Garden Palace, stood on the grounds of the Royal Botanic Gardens from 1879 until 1882, when it was destroyed by fire. The photographs include four images of the building prior to the fire, two after the fire, and one image of Sydney Harbour looking north-east from one of the towers.

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Item #CL169-39

Price (AUD): $4,900.00  Other currencies

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