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Auction Description for Dominic Winter:
Viewing Notes:
3rd & 4th october 10am - 7pm. 5th October 9am - 11am.
Sale Notes:
None

460 lots

October 5, 1995

Mallard House

Broadway Lane, South Cerney

Near Cirencester, 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, Tasmania, Fiji, and North America. An album of photographs relating to travels in Australasia and North America, 1880s/90's, approx. 130 albumen prints, various sizes from 29 x 23cm. to 14 x 20cm. on average, mostly titled below, in orig.

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Description: Australia, Tasmania, Fiji, and North America. An album of photographs relating to travels in Australasia and North America, 1880s/90's, approx. 130 albumen prints, various sizes from 29 x 23cm. to 14 x 20cm. on average, mostly titled below, in orig. full morocco album, rebacked, worn, oblong folio Contains two-part panorama of Hobart Harbour and the Derwent River, views in Sydney and Brisbane, Lord Brassey's yacht The Sunbeam, Hobart, two Samoan princesses and a Samoan girl, approximately thirty views and ethnographic studies of Fiji and Samoa, including a "posed" cannibal scene, views by Notman of Canada, etc. See illustration. 1

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Lot 2: Australia, New Zealand, Samoa and Fiji. A collection of three albums c. 1880-1890, albumen prints, various sizes, orig. half leather, worn, one with upper board lacking, some damp, folio or oblong folio Three miscellaneous albums containing European

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Description: Australia, New Zealand, Samoa and Fiji. A collection of three albums c. 1880-1890, albumen prints, various sizes, orig. half leather, worn, one with upper board lacking, some damp, folio or oblong folio Three miscellaneous albums containing European views with views of natives in Samoa, Fiji, New Zealand and Australia, topographical views, etc. The photographers include Lindt, Burton, Baylis and Dufty 3

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Lot 3: Beato (A.), Hammerschmidt (W.), Sebah (P.). A good album containing approximately 180 views in Egypt, c. 1870s, albumen prints, images from 26 x 36cm. to 25 x 17cm., with a group of fifty half stereo views, orig. half morocco, a little rubbed, folio

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Description: Beato (A.), Hammerschmidt (W.), Sebah (P.). A good album containing approximately 180 views in Egypt, c. 1870s, albumen prints, images from 26 x 36cm. to 25 x 17cm., with a group of fifty half stereo views, orig. half morocco, a little rubbed, folio Large images include approximately thirty by Beato, thirty by Sebah and fifteen by Hammerschmidt: half stereo cards are by Robertson. The areas covered in the main are Luxor, Karnack, Philae and the Sphinx and there are approximately twenty ethnographic studies. A manuscript index at the front gives the prices paid for the images in francs and pounds: thirty-seven images by Beato cost E3.8s.10d, fifty-three images by Hammerschmidt and Sebah cost E2.10s. See illustration. 1

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Lot 4: Borneo etc. A collection of twenty-seven b & w glass lantern slides, late 19th c., with the trade label of E.G. Wood, the majority titled in ink and with the initials R.C. Including topographical views and ethnographical studies in Sarrawak, and

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Description: Borneo etc. A collection of twenty-seven b & w glass lantern slides, late 19th c., with the trade label of E.G. Wood, the majority titled in ink and with the initials R.C. Including topographical views and ethnographical studies in Sarrawak, and including Raffles Place, Singapore, Penang Waterfalls, native from Palenbang, Sarrawak Fort, etc. 27

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Lot 5: Burma. An album of topographical photographs of Burma, c. 1880, twenty-three albumen prints, inc. two two-part panoramas, images approx. 27 x 22cm. to 18 x 26cm., disbound, oblong folio Panoramas are Mandalay Hill and North Moat, and View of Mandalay

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Description: Burma. An album of topographical photographs of Burma, c. 1880, twenty-three albumen prints, inc. two two-part panoramas, images approx. 27 x 22cm. to 18 x 26cm., disbound, oblong folio Panoramas are Mandalay Hill and North Moat, and View of Mandalay from Mandalay Hill. Also included are nine ethnographic studies. 1

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