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  • Photograph from Burrow’s Studios Launceston North End of Great Lake

    Photograph from Burrow’s Studios Launceston North End of Great Lake

    An original photograph from Burrow’s Photo Studios, Quadrant, Launceston. The North End of Great Lake, Tasmania. Size 21 x 16.5cm the image filling the whole of the photograph. Overall in good condition. The rear of the photograph carries the Burrow’s Photo Studios stamp and address at the Quadrant and, that of the Agent General for Tasmania, London and various notes.

    There was a Burrows photographic business at the Quadrant, Launceston as early as the 1850′s. The business continued and was style “Photo Studios” in the 1920′s.

    Pleasure craft on the Great Lake

    $50.00

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  • Tasmanian Period Photograph – Alum Cliffs, Mole Creek. – J.C. Breaden

    Tasmanian Period Photograph – Alum Cliffs, Mole Creek. – J.C. Breaden

    A nice image of the Alum Cliffs, River Mersey, Mole Creek District, near Deloraine in the north of Tasmania c1930, by J.C. Breaden carrying his studio stamp at rear. Size 22 x 16.5 cm a couple of corner creases overall in good condition.

    J.C. Breaden is recorded as having been a gifted Hobart amateur photographer who was active from 1920. He died in 1947. The rear of the photograph carries his stamp of Agent General of Tasmania and various notes.

    The Striking Alum Cliffs at Mole Creek

    $50.00

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  • Tasmanian Period Photograph – Lake Webster Mount Field National Park.

    Tasmanian Period Photograph – Lake Webster Mount Field National Park.

    A nice image of Lake Webster, National Park, Tasmania c1930, comes from a group mainly by J.C. Breaden although carries no attribution. Size 21 x 17 cm and overall in good condition. J.C. Breaden is recorded as having been a gifted Hobart amateur photographer who was active from 1920. He died in 1947. The rear of the photograph carries his stamp of Agent General of Tasmania, in London and a reference to the Intelligence Branch, Australia House and various notes.

    Lake Webster on of the many beautiful places around Mount Field

    $50.00

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  • [Tasmanian Photography] – The World of Olegas Truchanas – Max Angus

    [Tasmanian Photography] – The World of Olegas Truchanas – Max Angus

    Published by the Olegas Truchanas Publication Committee, Hobart in 1975. Third of seven editions same year as the first.

    Quarto, 144 pages and 44 colour plates, 5 monochrome and 13 other illustrations including maps. A discrete gift inscription on the end papers … a very good copy in an excellent fine dust jacket.

    Olegas Truchanas a brilliant wilderness photographer was drowned while canoeing in the Gordon River during the campaign to save Lake Pedder. This book was published by his friends under the art direction of Max Angus.

    Special book special person

    $75.00

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  • A View of the Clearings at the Foot of Mount Wellington  – Hobart, Tasmania [Vue des Defrichemens. Au pied du mont Wellington (Ile Van Diemen) -1833

    A View of the Clearings at the Foot of Mount Wellington – Hobart, Tasmania [Vue des Defrichemens. Au pied du mont Wellington (Ile Van Diemen) -1833

    An original lithograph from a drawing by Louis Sainson (1801-1887) lithographed by Louis Leborne (1796-1863) and published as part of the great “Atlas Historique to Voyage de la Corvette l’Astrolabe under the Command of Dumont d’Urville”. Published in Paris by Tastu in 1833.

    Lithographed on sturdy paper imprint size 33cm x 22cm. Embossed stamp of publisher below title. Good condition albeit with some light foxing in the wider margins away from the image. A scarce Hobart image. We cannot find any record of what the buildings represented, although from the extensive wall they could be the Cascades Female Factory

    Price $340.00 unframed – rare

    Finely engraved and detailed image up Mount Wellington .

    $340.00

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  • George Bass 1771-1803: His Discoveries, Romantic Life and Tragic Disappearance – Keith Bowden – First Edition 1952

    George Bass 1771-1803: His Discoveries, Romantic Life and Tragic Disappearance – Keith Bowden – First Edition 1952

    A very good first edition of this well researched and written book on Bass.

    Published by the Oxford University Press Melbourne in 1952. Octavo, 171 pages with illustrations and a fine dust jacket.

    The author Keith Macrae Bowden was the author of the official Australian Dictionary of Biography re Bass and therefore holds a certain authority on the subject explorer.

    After various introduction we have a family history and the first naval activity on HMS Shark and HMS Reliance. Off to Australia and the exploratory adventures on the Tom Thumb before a trip to South Africa. Time in Port Jackson and the discovery of coal before the “Discovery of the Bass Strait” and the final whale boat voyage. Plans for a fortune and his Pacific voyages and on to South America and his disputable fate.

    Nice appendices on the Tom Thumb; Source of Information and a succinct listing of the subjects achievements.

    George Bass a fairly full life

    $50.00

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