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451 lots

February 23, 1995

Mallard House

Broadway Lane

South Cerney, GL7 5UQ United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)1285 860006

Fax: +44 (0)1285 862461

Email: info@dominicwinter.co.uk

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Lot 1: Australia. Panoramas of Sydney, three fine photographic Australia. Panoramas of Sydney, three fine photographic panoramas of Sydney, c. 1890, the first titled Panorama of the City and Harbour of Sydney, 10. 5 x 71in., the second titled Panorama of

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Description: Australia. Panoramas of Sydney, three fine photographic Australia. Panoramas of Sydney, three fine photographic panoramas of Sydney, c. 1890, the first titled Panorama of the City and Harbour of Sydney, 10. 5 x 71in., the second titled Panorama of Sydney looking East from Tower of Central Post Office, 10.5 x 51in., and Panorama of Sydney looking West from Tower of General Post Office, 10.5 x 51in., albumen prints made from plts. 10 x 11ins., mounted on card, folded and cont. in a half morocco album, gilt to upper board, presented to Professor J.A. Liebmann, Dioscean College, Rondebosch, South Africa, by the Government of the Colony of New South Wales, 1895, some hinges of the panorama broken, occ. fraying to folds, mounts somewhat grubby and images lightly faded, upper board det., oblong folio These three sectional panoramas give a fine view of Sydney immediately prior to the turn of the century. See illust. 1

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Lot 2: Australia. A good album of thirty photographic views of Sydney, 1895 albumen prints, 10.5 x 14ins., each titled in the negative, mounted in orig. half morocco album, the upper cover gilt with arms and inscribed "presented to Professor J.A. Liebmann

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Description: Australia. A good album of thirty photographic views of Sydney, 1895 albumen prints, 10.5 x 14ins., each titled in the negative, mounted in orig. half morocco album, the upper cover gilt with arms and inscribed "presented to Professor J.A. Liebmann Dioscean College Rondebosch South Africa by the Government of the Colony of New South Wales 1895", some card mounts brittle, images lightly faded, folio Included are good waterfront views, street scenes, Government buildings and residential areas, and include Circular Quay from Custom House; Woolloomooloo in the Domain; Philip Street looking north from Bridge Street; Loftus Street looking south; Australian Joint Stock Bank; the General Post Office; Pitt Street looking south; the Mint; George Street looking south; C. Josef Lebovic Gallery catalogue June-July 1989 - Masterpieces of Australian Photography. A number of views in this album are illustrated and the images are grouped generally under Government printer. See illust. 1

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Lot 3: Australia. A collection of thirty-seven albumen prints by H. King, photographer, late 19th c. signed in the negative, inc. street scenes mainly of Sydney, a few Aborigines, etc., approx. 6 x 8ins., loose 37

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Description: Australia. A collection of thirty-seven albumen prints by H. King, photographer, late 19th c. signed in the negative, inc. street scenes mainly of Sydney, a few Aborigines, etc., approx. 6 x 8ins., loose 37

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Lot 4: Autochromes. A collection of twelve stereo autochrome studies, first half of the 20th c., mainly flower and garden studies, one inscribed The Rock Garden, Sept. 1912, F. Lowe F.R.P.S., a few of the others dated in the 1930s, each approx. 6.5 x

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Description: Autochromes. A collection of twelve stereo autochrome studies, first half of the 20th c., mainly flower and garden studies, one inscribed The Rock Garden, Sept. 1912, F. Lowe F.R.P.S., a few of the others dated in the 1930s, each approx. 6.5 x 3.5ins., two cracked 12

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Lot 5: Autochromes. A small group of autochromes, mostly c. 1910, inc. landscapes, marin escapes, still life groups, figure studies and some after paintings, various sizes from 3.5 x 5ins. to 7 x 10ins., some damaged (approx. 25)

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Description: Autochromes. A small group of autochromes, mostly c. 1910, inc. landscapes, marin escapes, still life groups, figure studies and some after paintings, various sizes from 3.5 x 5ins. to 7 x 10ins., some damaged (approx. 25)

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