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Printed & Written Material — McKenzies Auctioneers


Auction House:McKenzies Auctioneers
Number of lots recorded:16
Lots with images:16
Prices available:16
Category:Printed & Written Material

*** A rare and important Western Australian document with chart of the Swan River, 1829, ordered to be printed by the house of Commons, 13 May 1829 it includes copies of correspondence of the Colonial department with various parties interested in forming a settlement at the swan river, WA ***
*** Australind, WA 1840. An important West Australian Company document pertaining to the Settlement of Australind, the purchaser being William Storrs Fry original Town Land Order No. 230, signed and dated by the Directors of the 'Western Australian Company' 14th of November 1840. 7 x 22.5 cm. Note: This was the projected Town of Australind. ***
*** A rare and large Format Daguerreotype, a positive photographic image on metal support,-1860's, 18 cm x 23 cm in original fitted case, subject unknown, possibly one of Thomas Hester's, four Sons ***
*** The Museum and Art Gallery of Western Australia. Memorandum document, pertaining to the laying of the Foundation stone, with original signatures, dated the 24th July 1901. 7 x 22 cm. Note: original signatures include, the Duke of Cornwall and York (the future George V), the state Premier, George Leake.. ***
*** A West Australian document. George Thomas Smart Esq., the Laverton Prospectors Sandalwooders Association, watercolour and calligraphy, with small watercolour vignettes, signed with various signatures, dated Oct.0th 1929. W.A. Centenary. 5 x 32.5 cm ***
*** Poetical Reminiscences of Western Australia, by Mrs. Margaretta Dore, published by subscription Perth 1897, with dedication to Sir John and Lady Forrest, and copy presented to Queen Victoria on her diamond Jubilee Reign 1897, this copy belonging to Miss E. W. Leeder, name, inscribed inner front cover, containing articles pertaining to Western Australian, history, poetry etc.… ***
*** Cyclopedia of Western Australia, 1912, in two volumes, illustrated, edited by J. S. Battye ***
*** Norman Lindsay, watercolours 1897 - 1969 by Lin Bloomfield (the Deluxe edition) numbered 388 / 550 signed by the author includes a colour photograph of a, watercolour, (fitted to be removable for framing) ***
*** (i) Norman Lindsay, the complete Etchings by Lin Bloomfield (the Deluxe Version) numbered 40 / 550 signed by the author and Helen Glad (ii), the Artist a Norman Lindsay Facsimile etching 40 / 550 issued with the deluxe version of the book and fitted in order to be removed and framed 12.5 x 11 cm ***
*** The complete Etchings of Norman Lindsay by Lin Bloomfield Deluxe edition with facsimile etching included (unframed, intact within book) book and facsimile etching numbered 394 / 550 ***
*** A rare 'The Kelly Gang' postcard, c1910 Regal postcard Co. Sydney, taken from an original photograph c1890's, rare, only a very few known examples exist. Length 14 cm. Width 9 cm ***
*** A collection of 15 May Gibbs postcards various subjects including Gumnut babies three framed and twelve loose cards 9 x 14 cm (frames 16 x 21 cm) with ephemera: two May Gibbs exhibition catalogues Provenance: Josef Lebovic gallery 1982 ***
*** Book: Australia's fighting Sons of the Empire, rare West Australian Version portraits and Biographies of Australians in the great war. Published Palmer & Ashworth, St. Georges Terrace Perth. ***
*** 'The Mammals of Australia' book. John Gould incorporating 3 original volumes, with modern notes by Joan Dixon. Published: 1983, Macmillan. Full page colour illustrations. 7 x 27 cm ***
*** An early four part map, dated 1610, printed by: John Speede, of 'Popes Heade Alley', with hand colouring, depicts various islands off the British coast 39 x 51 cm ***
*** Book: History of West Australia 1897 a narrative of her past, together with Biographies of her Leading Men. Compiled by W. B. Kimberley. Published by F.W. Niven & Co., Printers and Publishers, Melbourne and Ballarat (VIC). Inscribed inner page in ink: 'E. W. Davies', possibly Edward William Davies, who was elected Mayor of Fremantle 1901. ***

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