c1834. Engraving, title and artist in plate above and below image, 7.5 x 10.9cm. Minor foxing. Text reads “6 King Street, Sydney. Prescriptions carefully prepared, medicine chests fitted up.” The chemist is listed in The NSW Calendar and General Post Office Directory, 1834. Ref: NLA.
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1838. Engraving, title and artist in plate above and below image, 7.8 x 11.2cm. Foxing lower right. Text reads “No. 9, George Street, Sydney. Regimental & naval uniforms made in the first London style.” Held in NGA. This advertisement appeared in an early Sydney directory.
c1853. Three hand-coloured lithographs, each initialled “G.K.E.F.” in image and titled in ink below image, one annotated “No. 5” in ink above image, 17.3 x 25.4cm (approx. each). Slight stains and minor paper loss with some repairs to margins, old mount burn. All titles include “Australia”, and read “Branding cattle.....
c1865. Hand-coloured lithograph, text including title below image, 23.6 x 28.3cm. Cropped top margin. Framed. Text includes “Distance lends enchantment to the view is exquisitely verified in the opinion a new arrival, or in Colonial parlance, a New Chum…a young gentleman remarks in a colonial song: ‘I’ve got to work.....
1866-1868. Colour lithograph, signed in image lower right, title and “Hamel & Ferguson Litho.” blindstamp below image, 32.6 x 50.5cm. Repaired tears and missing portions to edges including upper centre of image, minor stains. Laid down on acid-free backing. Plate 2 from Eugene von Guerard’s Australian Landscapes, published by Hamel.....
c1890s. Collection of 20 colour lithographs, most captioned in image, sizes range from 5 x 12.5cm to 10.1 x 27.3cm. Most with repaired tears, creases, missing portions or old folds, stains and soiling overall. All laid down on acid-free backing. The lithographs, originally pasted into a scrapbook, were most likely...
c1890s. Colour photo-lithograph, text including title below image, 32.2 x 35cm. Foxing and slight stains overall, tears, creases and slight missing portions to margins. Text reads “Phillip-Stephan Photo Litho & Typographic Process Co. Ld. [Aust., fl., 1884-1910], Sydney, NSW.”.
c1890s. Colour photo-lithograph, text including title below image, 32.6 x 36.8cm. Slight soiling, crinkles and missing portion to margins. Text reads “Phillip-Stephan Photo-Litho & Typographic Process Co. Ld, Sydney, NSW.”.
c1894. Letterpress and wood engraving leaflet, 31.2 x 21.7cm. Missing portion, slight tears and discolouration to edges. Text includes “Detective Cameras… Free Darkrooms. Free Lantern Rooms” and “Geo. Murray & Co., Printers and Stationers, …Clarence St, Sydney.” The Oxford Hotel was located at the top of King and Elizabeth Streets.....
c1911. Watercolour with gouache, original postcard design, accompanied with colour process screen print postcard of the same image, titled and signed in image lower left and right, artist’s name stamped in lower margin, title and signature replicated in postcard image with the annotation “Oilette”, text in letterpress verso, 15.3 x......
1914. Etching, signed in plate lower left, signed, titled and annotated “19” in pencil in lower margin, 10.3 x 13.4cm. Slight cracking to platemark. Ref: Mendelssohn #103. Held in NGV.
1923. Wood engraving, monogrammed in block lower right, editioned 8/50, titled, signed and dated in pencil in lower margin, 10.6 x 14cm. Old mount burn. Ref: Bloomfield (ed.), L. Roy Davies: Wood Engravings, 1978, #29, p104.
c1926-1927. Etching and aquatint, titled and signed in pencil in lower margin, 27 x 36.9cm. Image most likely made from studies of the Murray River in South Australia.
c1930s. Colour lithograph on card, signed in image lower left, 30.1 x 60.7cm. Stains and minor surface loss overall.
c1935. Etching, titled, editioned 38/90 and signed in pencil in lower margin, 17.4 x 30.1cm. Repaired tear to image and margin upper left, slight foxing, old mount burn. Held in National Gallery of Australia.
1935. Colour linocut, monogrammed in image upper right, editioned 2/30, annotated “linocut”, dated, titled and signed in pencil in lower margin, 25.6 x 32.9cm. Cockling, slight discolouration. Framed. Held in NGA.
1935. Etching, signed and dated in plate lower left, editioned 31/50 and signed in pencil in lower margin, 18.2 x 23.2cm. Slight foxing to margins. Framed. From Warner’s “Men at Work” series. Held in NGA.
1935. Etching, signed and dated in plate lower left, editioned 13/50 and signed in pencil in lower margin, 22.8 x 18.3cm. Slight stains, discolouration and creases to upper and lower margins and platemark. From Warner’s “Men at Work” series. Held in NGA.
c1938. Colour linocut, titled, editioned 9/100 and signed in ink on image lower left to right and in lower margin, 15.1 x 22.8cm. Slight creases to margins, old mount burn. In the late 1930s Edward Warner designed a series of linocuts which were cut by his daughter and printed by...
c1948. Aquatint with etching, editioned 7/50, titled and signed in pencil in lower margin, 23.3 x 29.6cm. Framed. Ref: NGA.
1968. Etching and aquatint, editioned 10/10, signed and dated in pencil in lower margin, 13.5 x 11.8cm. Glue stains to margins. Armstrong’s images may have been inspired by his stay in hospital due to a heart attack and subsequent surgery. Ref: Wiki.
1968. Etching and aquatint, editioned 4/10, signed and dated in pencil in lower margin, 13.4 x 11.7cm. Glue stains to margins.
1973. Screenprint, editioned 43/70 and signed in pencil in lower margin, blind stamp of a man’s profile to lower right corner of image, printer’s stamp “K8128” verso, 76.2 x 75.8cm. From the “Landscape” series. Held in Tate Gallery.
1978. Linocut, titled, editioned 8/25, signed and dated in pencil in lower margin, 30.1 x 15.4cm. Slight foxing and crinkles to margins. Framed. Ref: Smith #106, from the series on workers constructing Melbourne’s underground railway loop. Held in NGA.
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c1838. Engraving, 6.9 x 9.5cm. Slight foxing, minor tear to right edge. Text includes “NB: Every description of vessels under 500 tons register built by...The most approved models & repaired boats, spars...” This advertisement appeared in an early Sydney directory.