[Canadian Views]
[Canadian Views]
[Canadian Views]
[Canadian Views]
[Canadian Views]
[Canadian Views]
[Canadian Views]
[Canadian Views]
[Canadian Views]
[Canadian Views]
[Canadian Views]
[Canadian Views]
[Canadian Views]
[Canadian Views]
[Canadian Views]
[Canadian Views]
[Canadian Views]
[Canadian Views]
[Canadian Views]
[Canadian Views]
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c1865-1875. Group of 21 albumen paper photographs, single stereo card format, some with negative numbers in image lower left or right, each numbered (numbers ranging from 33 to 52) and captioned in various hands in pencil verso, one stereo card with photographer’s studio line on backing verso, 7.7 x 7.3cm (approx. each). Slight foxing, silvering and discolouration overall, one photograph laid down on original backing.

Views include the steamboat Quebec, the Champlain Market, St John’s Gate, and Lake Memphremagog in Quebec; snow mounds in Montreal; and street scenes in Toronto, including a “lunatic asylum” and Taddle Ravine within the grounds of the University College (Toronto). Photographers include L.P. Vallee (1837-1905); J.G. Parks (d.1895); and William Notman (1826-1891), Canada’s leading photographer of the 19th century. Ref: McCord Museum; Toronto Public Library; Getty. A detailed list is available on request.

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Item #CL191-12

Price (AUD): $9,900.00  other currencies

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