Cordys

0001

Helen Stuart (c.1848-1923) hand coloured portrait photograph
signed, inscribed verso 'Painted in Watercolour by Helen Stuart. New Zealand's best watercolour artist, Price, 4 Guineas. Year 1886. Unframed, 150 x 100. Est. $100-200. An excerpt from the New Zealand Herald, Volume XXIII, Issue 7706, 3 August 1886 reads: " Colonial and Indian Exhibition, London 1886 ... There is a series of Maori portraits, apparently coloured photographs, by Miss Helen Stuart, of Auckland, which deserve special mention, for the great artistic excellence of their execution. Manga (Rewi), Te Kawau, and several other chiefs and notable Maori women are represented in native costumes, the patterns and tints of which are most carefully and beautifully worked out, while the painting of the features, the tattoo marks, and the perfect expression of the eyes, are most delicately and effectively portrayed. This style of art, if carried out in the same faultless way as these exhibits, would do much to rescue interesting Maori types from oblivion..."

Realised: $340 Closed: $340
This lot is now closed
(38 bids, reserve met)

0002

George French Angas (1822-1886) 'Hongi Hongi'
lithograph and tints, hand finished in colour from 'The New Zealanders Illustrated', pl.11. London, 1867. Unframed, mounted 300 x 240. Est. $200-400. Together with relevant text page (unframed, unmounted)

Realised: $95 Closed: $95
This lot is now closed
(20 bids, reserve met)

0003

George French Angas (1822-1886) 'Horomona Maruhau'
lithograph and tints, hand finished in colour from 'The New Zealanders Illustrated', pl.29. London, 1867. Unframed, mounted 295 x 180. Est. $200-400. Together with relevant text page (unframed, unmounted)

Realised: $65 Closed: $65
This lot is now closed
(14 bids, reserve met)

0004

George French Angas (1822-1886) 'Te Werowero - Te Waru - Te Pakaru'
lithograph and tints, hand finished in colour from 'The New Zealanders Illustrated', pl.44. London, 1867. Unframed, mounted 260 x 460. Est. $200-400. Together with relevant text page (unframed, unmounted)

Realised: $70 Closed: $70
This lot is now closed
(14 bids, reserve met)

0005

George French Angas (1822-1886) untitled portrait - lithograph hand coloured in tints
Mungakahu - Maori Chief. Framed under glass, 120 x 110mm. Est. $100-200.

Realised: $75 Closed: $75
This lot is now closed
(17 bids, reserve met)

0006

William Hodges 'Poe-bird New Zeeland'
New Zealand Poe Bird No. LII, engraving from Cook's Second Voyage, published 1777 by Wm. Strahan and Thos. Cadell, London. Unframed 205 x 165. Est. $400-600.

Realised: $180 Closed: $180
This lot is now closed
(29 bids, reserve met)

0007

William Hodges - Two 'Island of Tanna' engravings
from 'New, Authentic, and Complete Collection of Voyages Round the World, Undertaken and Performed by Royal Authority... [an] Account of Captain Cook's First, Second, Third and Last Voyages, [Alex. Hogg, 1784-1786]'. Both unframed, mounted. Each 220 x 330. Est. $200-300.

Realised: $50 Closed: $50
This lot is now closed
(10 bids, reserve met)

0008

'A Man & Woman from New Zealand'
engraving, possibly William Hodges from "A Collection of Voyages Round the World", framed under glass 220 x 330. Est. $100-200.

Realised: $70 Closed: $70
This lot is now closed
(14 bids, reserve met)

0009

Major Frederick Rice Stack (working 1857-62)
Six rare tinted and hand coloured lithographs (the set published in ‘Views in the Province of Auckland’, Day & Son, London, 1862.), each entitled beneath the image.Minor foxing etc. All unframed, 185 x 385mm. Est. $1000-2000. 1) 'View of Auckland Harbour, New Zealand Taken During the Regatta of January, 1862 (The Race of The Maori War Canoes)'; 2) 'View of Auckland, New Zealand from the Crater of Mount Eden'; 3) 'View of Auckland, New Zealand from the Lake on the North Shore'; 4) 'View of the Frith (sic) of Thames, Waitemata, Tamaki and Gulf of Hauraki from the Howick Ranges'; 5) 'View of the Wairoa Creek (Pheasant Shooting on the Estate of Alexander Kennedy, Esquire) on the Road Leading to the Wairoa Valley', 6) 'View from the Ranges Overlooking the Entrance to the Manukau Harbour, Auckland'. Stack a professional soldier served in New Zealand from 1857 until 1862 ranked as Major of Brigade, a staff officer to Governor Wynyard. His view of the Auckland regatta, the first depiction of the celebration and the only contemporary one of 1862 shows the Waitemata from the North Shore. Two warships lie at anchor, the Miranda and the Fawn whilst waka taua race in the foreground. Stack also left a handwritten journal that gave more information about his work. (The) journal says that ‘the very unsettled state of the colony for nearly two years prevented the natives from joining with the Europeans in their amusements’, but ‘native tribe living near Auckland, on the Coromandel coast, was induced to bring their war-canoes and warriors to join with the Pakehas (or White Men)’ in the festivities of January 29th, 1862. The concept of competing for a cash prize, Stack tells us, was foreign to Māori sensibilities. Thus, the canoeists ‘agreed among themselves beforehand that the amount of money gained as the prize was to be equally divided among them, in consideration of the labour endured by each individual in the exertion of his utmost strength’. (O'Brien, B; Glover, K. The Agnes Cup. http://wraithofodin.com (accessed on 1 July 2019)

Realised: $750 Closed: $750
This lot is now closed
(38 bids, reserve met)

0010

Charles Decimus Barraud (1822-1897) Rangihaieta lithograph
some foxing. Framed under glass 315 x 185mm. Est. $200-300.

Realised: $140 Closed: $140
This lot is now closed
(24 bids, reserve met)

0011

George Sheriff 'The Latest Scandal'
1891. Lithograph by William Potts. Unframed, mounted. Est. $100-200.

Realised: $70 Closed: $70
This lot is now closed
(16 bids, reserve met)

0012

Two Astrolabe Lithographs
the 1833 title page, together with a portrait of J. S. C. Dumont Durville. MInor insect damage to lower left of title page. Both unframed, mounted. Largest 440 x 250. Est. $100-200.

Realised: $20 Closed: $20
This lot is now closed
(4 bids, reserve met)

0013

Louis de Sainson 'Baie Houa Houa'
(Natives perform a dance on board the Astrolabe), from the 1835 publication of the Atlas of the Astrolabe Voyage 1827, lithograph Plate 48. 220 x 330. $300-500.

Realised: $300 Closed: $300
This lot is now closed
(37 bids, reserve met)

0014

Louis de Sainson 'La Corvette L'Astrolabe'
(The Corvette Astrolabe falling suddenly on reef in the Bay of Plenty, (New Zealand)). A lithograph from D'Urville's Voyage de L'Astrolabe, plate 44 'La corvette l'Astrolabe tombant tout-à-coup sur des récifs dans la baie de l'Abondance. (Nouvelle -Zélande). Unframed, mounted 255 x 400. Est. $300-500.

Realised: $220 Closed: $220
This lot is now closed
(32 bids, reserve met)

0015

Louis de Sainson 'La Corvette l'Astrolabe'
published 1833 from the Atlas of the Astrolabe Voyage 1827, hand coloured lithograph Plate 6. Unframed, mounted. 230 x 380. $300-500. Showing "The Astrolabe holed on the reefs close to Tonga Tapu (in 1827 during the visit of Dumont d'Urville), with the crew on board, the ships boats lowered and Tongans on shore in the foreground and coming to the ship in canoes, including a large outrigger canoe on the right, with a superstructure. Other Tongans, in the left foreground, are holding a pig and looking at a book and possibly a map (or a piece of tapa)"

Realised: $170 Closed: $170
This lot is now closed
(27 bids, reserve met)

0016

Louis de Sainson 'Vue Prise Dans Les Bois'
(View of a waterfall in the bush near Currents Basin). A lithograph from D'Urville's Voyage de L'Astrolabe, plate 43. Blind embossed stamp beneath title. With another reproduction lithograph 'Pahe-a-Range'. Both unframed, mounted 255 x 400. Est. $100-200.

Realised: $85 Closed: $85
This lot is now closed
(18 bids, reserve met)

0017

Louis Le Breton 'Mouillage d'Otago' Lithograph c. 1846. Original lithograph of Otago harbour with D'Urville's ships in the background - Atlas Pittoresque Plate 181. Framed under glass
185 x 310mm. Est. $400-600. "Le Breton was a surgeon, and later official artist, on board the Astrolabe, which completed a scientific expedition in the southern hemisphere between 1837 and 1840. He produced more than 170 sketches, providing some of the earliest known pictorial records of the Auckland Islands. Many of these were reproduced as lithographs to accompany D’Urville’s account of the voyage"

Realised: $180 Closed: $180
This lot is now closed
(30 bids, reserve met)

0018

Louis Auguste De Sainson (1800-hand coloured lithograph
'Nouvelle Zelande - Costumes des naturels du Cap Palliser / Costumes des naturels du d'etriot de Cook' (Clothing of the native inhabitants of Cape Palliser ... Cook Strait). Framed under glass, 220 x 420mm. Est. $300-500. "From: Dumont d'Urville. Voyage de la corvette l'Astrolabe, 1826-1827-1828-1829. Paris: 1833. Atlas volume 1, plate 41. This copy bears no plate number."

Realised: $150 Closed: $150
This lot is now closed
(28 bids, reserve met)

0019

Louis Le Breton 'Fond De La Baie
Sarah's Bosom (Iles Auckland)' (Port Ross, Auckland Isles) Lithograph c. 1846. Atlas Pittoresque Plate 175. Framed under glass, 190 x 345mm. Est. $400-600. "Le Breton was a surgeon, and later official artist, on board the Astrolabe, which completed a scientific expedition in the southern hemisphere between 1837 and 1840. He produced more than 170 sketches, providing some of the earliest known pictorial records of the Auckland Islands. Many of these were reproduced as lithographs to accompany D’Urville’s account of the voyage"

Realised: $150 Closed: $150
This lot is now closed
(26 bids, reserve met)

0020

Two botanical engravings from D'Urville's Voyage de l'Astrolabe - Botanique. Plates 1 and 2. Both unframed
mounted, 400 x 270mm. Est. $100-200

Realised: $70 Closed: $70
This lot is now closed
(14 bids, reserve met)

0021

Eight botanical engravings from D'Urville's Voyage de l'Astrolabe - Botanique. All with blind embossed publishers stamp. Plates 12
16, 25, 26, 27, 30, 32, 39. All unframed, 400 x 270mm. Est. $300-400

Realised: $170 Closed: $170
This lot is now closed
(30 bids, reserve met)

0022

Ten botanical engravings from D'Urville's Voyage Au Pole Sud Et Dans L'Oceanie
D'urville's third expedition on the Astrolabe. All hand coloured. Eight of ten with blind embossed Gide publishers stamp. All unframed, 400 x 230mm. Est. $400-800

Realised: $700 Closed: $700
This lot is now closed
(51 bids, reserve met)

0023

D'Urville's Voyage de L'Astrolabe Botanique Engraving
plate 35 'Lepidium Oleraceum' (Nouvelle -Zélande). Framed under glass, minor foxing commensurate with age, 400 x 270mm. Est. $150-300.

Realised: $50 Closed: $50
This lot is now closed
(10 bids, reserve met)

0024

Two early New Zealand historical portrait lithographs
French c. 1830. Both unframed, mounted, largest 230 x 320. Est. $100-200.

Realised: $280 Closed: $280
This lot is now closed
(35 bids, reserve met)

0025

Three early New Zealand historical prints
'The Infide of a Hippah in New Zeeland', engraved by Webber, Plate 10 from Cook's Atlas to the Third Voyage, 1st ed, along with two lithographs, one hand coloured. Largest 220 x 375. Est. $200-300.

Realised: $110 Closed: $110
This lot is now closed
(23 bids, reserve met)

0026

Four Carte de visite photographs
two by H. Webster - historical Tauranga photographs, c.1863-1866 'Gate Pa, Tauranga, Maori War' and one of Mount Maunganui from Tauranga cemetery, another Maori portrait by James Braggel, and a fourth portrait group. Each 100 x 60. Est. $100-200.

Realised: $120 Closed: $120
This lot is now closed
(25 bids, reserve met)

0027

Four artworks - three historical watercolours + sketch
the watercolours all landscape scenes, and the sketch of Port Chalmers. All unframed, mounted. Largest 195 x 330. Est. $100-200.

Realised: $80 Closed: $80
This lot is now closed
(17 bids, reserve met)

0028

Three New Zealand historical engravings
two by Antonio Guiseppe Castelli, and another by G. Castellini. All hand coloured, unframed, mounted. Largest 270 x 190. Est. $200-400. The Castellini... "Aquatint based on a drawing of Te Puta o te Paretauhinau Pa at Mercury Bay, Coromandel Peninsula. The drawing of the pa is by Herman Diedrich Sporing, Sir Joseph Banks' clerk; the canoe is copied from a drawing by Sydney Parkinson, the official artist aboard the Endeavour".

Realised: $320 Closed: $320
This lot is now closed
(39 bids, reserve met)

0029

Four artworks - Maori subjects
Portraits after Cook hand coloured engraving; Portraits of Maori watercolours by Robert Harvey; War Canoe of New Zealand hand coloured engraving; caricature portrait of Maori man, hand coloured lithograph, 300 x 170mm. Est. $100 - 200

Realised: $140 Closed: $140
This lot is now closed
(25 bids, reserve met)

0030

Two New Zealand historical lithographs
'Aoi Zellandaie' by N. Maurin, and another. Both hand coloured, unframed, mounted. Largest 305 x 190. Est. $200-300.

Realised: $130 Closed: $130
This lot is now closed
(24 bids, reserve met)

0031

Two New Zealand historical early reproduction lithographs
one hand coloured. Both unframed, mounted. Largest 235 x 340. Est. $100-200.

Realised: $20 Closed: $20
This lot is now closed
(4 bids, reserve met)

0032

Five New Zealand historical items
two acts of parliament - 'Bay of Islands Settlement Act' 1858, and repeal 1871, one De Sainson Astrolabe hand coloured lithograph, a Maori War newspaper clipping, and an engraving of a Map of the Province of Canterbury. Est, $100-300.

Realised: $65 Closed: $65
This lot is now closed
(13 bids, reserve met)

0033

Josiah Martin (1843-1916) 'Geyser Valley - Whakarewarewa' silver gelatin chloride photograph
c.1880.Framed under glass - 145 x 195mm. Est. $100-200.

Realised: $120 Closed: $120
This lot is now closed
(22 bids, reserve met)

0034

A steel engraving by T. Landseer after watercolours by Augustus Earle (1793-1838) 'New Zealanders / native of King George Sound / New Zealander'
from 'Narrative of the Surveying Voyages of His Majesty's Ships Adventure and Beagle between the Years 1826 and 1836...', Vol II by Capt. FitzRoy, published 1838. 220 x 140mm. Est. $200-400. Profile portraits at the top of the image of 'Native of King George Sound' (an Aboriginal) and of 'New Zealander' (a Maori man), and, in the lower section, a seated group portrait after Augustus Earle's portrait of Te Rangituke of the Bay of Islands, with his wife and son. The main portrait is after an oil painting held by the National Library of NZ - 'Portrait of Arangi Tooker'. Published by Henry Colburn in 1839 the Narrative of the Surveying Voyages of His Majesty's Ships Adventure and Beagle between the Years 1826 and 1836, describing their Examination of the southern Shores of South America, and the Beagle's Circumnavigation of the Globe. Volume I was by Captain King, and Volume II and an Appendix by Captain FitzRoy, while Volume III was sub-titled 'Journal and Remarks. 1832–1836. By Charles Darwin, Esq., M.A.' In order to provide illustrations for Vols. I and II, FitzRoy obtained from Augustus Earle and Conrad Martens a series of watercolours of various places visited by the Beagle. These were then engraved by T. Landseer, S. Bull and others.

Realised: $300 Closed: $300
This lot is now closed
(37 bids, reserve met)

0035

Emile Rouargue 'Sauvages de la Nouvelle Zelande' engraving
c. 1830. Depicting a scene said to have been witnessed on Dumont d'Urville's voyage of exploration to New Zealand in 1826-27. Maori engaging in a cannibal feast with the heads of two enemies on poles to the left. Framed under glass, 115 x 175mm. Est. $100-200.

Realised: $90 Closed: $90
This lot is now closed
(18 bids, reserve met)

0036

J. De Vere 'Lake Manapouri' landscape
turn of the century oil on paper, signed and titled. Unframed 195 x 290mm. Est. $100-200.

Realised: $400 Closed: $400
This lot is now closed
(45 bids, reserve met)

0037

Major-General Horatio Gordon Robley (1840-1930) three works on card
'Old time in New Zealand - a carved chief + seagoing war canoe' - signed, 'An H made up from Maori art curves' (with another work verso, signed), 'Maori Tiki'. Each on card 138 x 87. Est. $800-1200.

Realised: $1,000 Closed: $1,000
This lot is now closed
(59 bids, reserve met)

0038

Christopher William Richmond (1821-1895)
'Tapuaenuku from the Awatere' landscape pencil sketch, title inscribed, signed with artist's initials and dated Dec 14 1873, 160 x 195mm. Est. $500-700

Realised: $240 Closed: $240
This lot is now closed
(33 bids, reserve met)

0039

Charles Meryon (France
NZ 1821-86), 'Nouvelle - Zélande, Presqu'ile de Banks, Etat de la petite colonie Française / d 'Akaroa / Vers 1845 , Voyage du Rhin', etching, 1865. Mounted, unframed. 80 x 145mm. Est. $500 - 1000

Realised: $340 Closed: $340
This lot is now closed
(39 bids, reserve met)

0040

Isaac Nelson 'Shortland Street - Auckland' sketch
signed, titled, and dated 1925. Pencil on paper. Framed under glass, 305 x 235mm. Est $100-200.

Realised: $500 Closed: $500
This lot is now closed
(49 bids, reserve met)

0041

Richard Aldworth Oliver (1811-1889) Wangaru-Ru East Coast - Monk Island
landscape watercolour. Certificate of authenticity verso. Framed under glass, 365 x 250mm. Est. $2000-4000.

Realised: $750 Closed: $750
This lot is now closed
(37 bids, reserve met)

0042

Richard Aldworth Oliver (1811-1889) 'Wooden Bridge over Waterfall'
landscape watercolour. Small female portrait sketch and certificate of authenticity verso. Framed under glass, 255 x 250mm. Est. $1500-2000.

Realised: $440 Closed: $440
This lot is now closed
(43 bids, reserve met)

0043

Four vintage photographs
unknown photographers, 'Parnell'; 'Scotch Fisherman's Station St. Georges Bay', 'Part of Auckland from Freemans Bay', Untitled Auckland view, along with large format print from Burton Bros negative 'Tiki, Ohinemutu'. Largest 410 x 300mm. Est. $200-400.

Realised: $100 Closed: $100
This lot is now closed
(21 bids, reserve met)

0044

'A Chart exhibiting the New Discoveries in the North & South Pacific Ocean also those on the North-west Coast of America'
a rare uncoloured early map c.1785, after Cook, showing Tasmania as Dieman's Land, Stewart Is as a peninsula and Banks Peninsula as an island. 430 x 345mm. Est.$1000-2000 Probably engraved by John Lodge (d.1796) for the 'Political magazine and parliamentary, naval, military and literary journal', published by John Bew. John Lodge, an apprentice to cartographer Thomas Jefferys (Geographer in Ordinary to George III), was a London engraver working in the period from about 1754 to 1794, who produced a range of works, from individual pieces commissioned by publishers (portraits, satirical prints), to maps included in periodicals such as the Political Magazine John Bew (fl. 1774—12 April 1793) was a bookseller, stationer, printer and publisher at 28-29 Paternoster Row in London.He was the publisher of The Political Magazine from 1780, when he was only six years old, to March 1785, when it was taken over by John Murray. The Political Magazine was a journal written for an audience of informed gentlemen and often included supplementary maps. Framed and glazed. Gilt outlined mat board, walnut ogee frame. Overall size 750 x 625mm

Realised: $500 Closed: $500
This lot is now closed
(48 bids, reserve met)

0045

A steel engraved
hand coloured map of New Zealand, from Keith Johnston's General Atlas, 1879 edition, plate 28, the 63 counties in outline colour, fold at centre as published. 570 x 440mm. Framed and glazed. overall 900 x 720mm. Est. 200 - 400

Realised: $220 Closed: $220
This lot is now closed
(32 bids, reserve met)

0046

Sketch of the Waikato River from Wangamarino to Kangiriri (sic) Showing approximately the Soundings obtained from on board the "Pioneer" Oct. 30th. 1863.'
a map by the Hydrographic Office after Charles Heaphy's original for publication in Government Hansard Dispatches. Fold marks as issued. Mounted unframed. 690 x 360mm. Est. $400-800

Realised: $300 Closed: $300
This lot is now closed
(37 bids, reserve met)

0047

A rare Waikato Land Wars map by unknown cartographer(s) c.1863/4
'Sketch Map of Maori Fortifications at RAИGIRIRI (sic) Drawn by Natives', marked in the lower margin J.Varty, Lith, Auckland. Insect damage in title area. 580 x 425mm. Est. $150 - 250 The decisive battle for Waikato was fought in November 1863 at Rangiriri, where a Māori defensive line was constructed along a ridge between the river and Lake Waikare.

Realised: $130 Closed: $130
This lot is now closed
(24 bids, reserve met)

0048

Waikato Land Wars map: 'The Seat of War Waikato District New Zealand'
from Official souces and the Hydrographic Office, 1864, partially hand coloured. Torn at three corners. Mounted unframed. 505 x 560mm. Est. $150 - 300

Realised: $160 Closed: $160
This lot is now closed
(27 bids, reserve met)

0049

19thC map of Auckland Province showing Maori tribal areas
hand coloured, Appendix to the Journals of the House of Representatives of New Zealand. George Pulman, lithographer, 1864. Mounted unframed. 345 x 270mm. Est. $150 - 300.

Realised: $160 Closed: $160
This lot is now closed
(27 bids, reserve met)

0050

An index survey of triangulation Waikato Land District between the Waikato River and Mt. Pirongia
hand coloured, annotated sheet 'A', Scale - 2 Mile to an Inch, Varty, Litho, Auckland. 510 x 285mm. Mounted unframed. $150 - 300

Realised: $85 Closed: $85
This lot is now closed
(18 bids, reserve met)

0051

Untitled military map of the North Island c.1865
attributed to R.J. Sewell, (fl. 1860-1894), showing proposed roads, location of military settlements and Maori population at the time of the New Zealand wars. 380 x 280mm. Mounted, unframed. $150 -260

Realised: $260 Closed: $260
This lot is now closed
(36 bids, reserve met)

0052

Whitcombe's Map of Auckland City & Suburbs
c.1928, photo-lithograph by Whitcombe & Tombs 550 x 865mm. Unframed. Est. $100 - 200

Realised: $150 Closed: $150
This lot is now closed
(27 bids, reserve met)

0053

19thC map of Auckland Province showing Maori tribal areas
hand coloured, Appendix to the Journals of the House of Representatives of New Zealand. John Varty, lithographer, 1864. Mounted unframed. 325 x 285mm. Est. $150-300

Realised: $110 Closed: $110
This lot is now closed
(21 bids, reserve met)

0054

An index survey of triangulation Waikato Land District between the Waikato River and Hangatiki
hand coloured, annotated sheet 'D', Varty, Litho, Auckland. 280 x 160mm. Mounted unframed. Est. $100 - 150

Realised: $65 Closed: $65
This lot is now closed
(13 bids, reserve met)

0055

Sketch map of the Province of Taranaki and Coast Line to Wanganui
illustrating reports of Mr. O. Carrington & Mr. R. Parris', Appendix to the Journals of the House of Representatives, Govt. Printer, 1871. 325 x 390mm. Est. $200 - 400

Realised: $65 Closed: $65
This lot is now closed
(13 bids, reserve met)

0056

Sketch shewing proposed portions of Militia Townships as indicated by Ministers in minute of 6th June 1864
from the Appendix to the Journals of the House of Representatives, Govt Printer 1864. 175 x 220mm. Mounted unframed. $100 - 200

Realised: $110 Closed: $110
This lot is now closed
(21 bids, reserve met)

0057

J & C Walker 'New Zealand - South or Stewart Island'
large scale copperplate engraved map, published London 1857. Some light warping to the piece. Unframed, mounted 640 x 900. Est. $200-300.

Realised: $150 Closed: $150
This lot is now closed
(26 bids, reserve met)

0058

Thomas Allom (UK 1804-1872)
'Monastery of St. George of the Precipice on the Sea of Marmora', the original watercolour study for the engraving in 'Constantinople and the Scenery of the Seven Churches of Asia Minor illustrated…', (1836-38), $200 - 400signed, titled, framed and glazed. 340 x 510mm. Est.

Realised: $440 Closed: $440
This lot is now closed
(44 bids, reserve met)

0059

Roland Clark (Australian) - Untitled watercolour landscape
signed R. Clark and dated '94. Noted verso 'North East of Melbourne on Yarra near Warrandyte?'. Framed under glass, 290 x 485. Est. $400-600.

Realised: $650 Closed: $650
This lot is now closed
(51 bids, reserve met)

0060

Five etchings including Grafton Bridge scene
various artists and conditions, one initialled BC in plate - Barry Cleavin(?), all unframed, one mounted, largest 150 x 210mm. Est. $50-100.

Realised: $340 Closed: $340
This lot is now closed
(39 bids, reserve met)

0061

Archibald Stuart Peterson (1900-76)
'The Mountain God', etching, signed, entitled and inscribed 'To Tom with kind regards', unframed mounted. 270 x 185mm. Est. $200-400

Realised: $70 Closed: $70
This lot is now closed
(15 bids, reserve met)

0062

Renzo Padovan (1913-89) Untitled - Pataka / Storage House
etching, published 1955, signed and dated '55. Frame under glass, 300 x 230. Est. $100-200

Realised: $65 Closed: $65
This lot is now closed
(14 bids, reserve met)

0063

Artist Unknown 'D.E.M.S Officer'
graphite on paper, signed indistinctly. Sketch of an officer from a defensively equipped mercantile ship (Devon MN?). Dated 1940 verso. Unframed, mounted 330 x 285. Est, $100-200.

Realised: $60 Closed: $60
This lot is now closed
(12 bids, reserve met)

0064

Four monochrome prints including 2 nudes
various artists and printing process, all unframed, two mounted, largest 195 x 120mm. Est. $50-100.

Realised: $65 Closed: $65
This lot is now closed
(16 bids, reserve met)

0065

T. V. Gulliver
two Auckland street scene etchings, both signed and dated 1919. Mounted, unframed - largest 240 x 95mm. Est. $100-200

Realised: $180 Closed: $180
This lot is now closed
(29 bids, reserve met)

0066

T. V. Gulliver
Four prints (etchings & woodblock), three signed. Condition and mounting varies, all unframed, largest 120 x 250mm. Est. $100-200

Realised: $260 Closed: $260
This lot is now closed
(35 bids, reserve met)

0067

Three landscape etchings
various artists. Mounted, unframed, largest 180 x 270mm.

Realised: $30 Closed: $30
This lot is now closed
(6 bids, reserve met)

0068

Four portrait etchings
various artists and conditions, variously signed and mounted, all unframed, largest 225 x 160.

Realised: $45 Closed: $45
This lot is now closed
(10 bids, reserve met)

0069

Seven assorted works incl. M Matthews and Archibald Nicoll
etchings, sketch etc - various subjects (including Otago university) and conditions - one severely A/F, all unframed, largest 230 x 180mm. Est. $100-150.

Realised: $120 Closed: $120
This lot is now closed
(23 bids, reserve met)

0070

Max Gimblett (b. 1935) 'Fu' screenprint 1979
signed, dated, titled and inscribed 'Printer's Proof - for Mervyn'. Blind embossed stamp lower right 'Printed in New Zealand, Mervyn Williams'. Unframed 380 x 540mm. Est. $600-1200.

Realised: $750 Closed: $750
This lot is now closed
(53 bids, reserve met)

0071

Max Gimblett (b. 1935) 'Kabuki' screenprint 1979
signed, dated, titled and inscribed 'Printer's Proof - for Mervyn'. Blind embossed stamp lower right 'Printed in New Zealand, Mervyn Williams'. Unframed 380 x 540mm. Est. $600-1200.

Realised: $1,300 Closed: $1,300
This lot is now closed
(63 bids, reserve met)

0072

Tom Burnett 'Still Life + Figure' screenprint 1984
signed, titled and numbered 17/50. Some foxing, mounted, unframed 630 x 580mm. Est. $400-800.

Realised: $420 Closed: $420
This lot is now closed
(41 bids, reserve met)

0073

Tom Burnett (b. 1958) 'Self Portrait' screenprint
signed, titled and dated 1984. Some foxing, unframed 515 x 355mm. Est. $100-300.

Realised: $110 Closed: $110
This lot is now closed
(21 bids, reserve met)

0074

Fassett Burnett (b. 1932) 'Herekino' screenprint
signed, dated 1987, titled and numbered 16/150. Unframed 440 x 325mm. Est. $200-300.

Realised: $300 Closed: $300
This lot is now closed
(33 bids, reserve met)

0075

Fassett Burnett (b. 1932) 'Singer' screenprint
signed, dated 1984, titled and numbered 63/80. Unframed 345 x 265mm. Est. $150-200.

Realised: $85 Closed: $85
This lot is now closed
(19 bids, reserve met)

0076

Fassett Burnett (b. 1932) 'Singer' screenprint
signed, dated 1984, titled and numbered 15/80. Unframed 345 x 265mm. Est. $150-200.

Realised: $80 Closed: $80
This lot is now closed
(17 bids, reserve met)

0077

Fassett Burnett (b. 1932) 'Rawhiti' screenprint
signed, dated 1984, titled and numbered 7/100. Minor foxing, unframed, mounted 725 x 560mm. Est. $200-300.

Realised: $320 Closed: $320
This lot is now closed
(42 bids, reserve met)

0078

Tom Mutch (b. 1951) 'Progress the dream' screenprint
signed titled, dated 1985 and numbered 27/35. Crease to top right of page, outside of image. Unframed 480 x 420mm. Est. $300-500.

Realised: $75 Closed: $75
This lot is now closed
(15 bids, reserve met)

0079

Tom Mutch (b. 1951) 'Masked Woman' screenprint
signed, titled, dated 1985 and numbered 25/29. Crease to top right of page, outside of image. Unframed 420 x 310mm. Est. $200-400.

Realised: $40 Closed: $40
This lot is now closed
(9 bids, reserve met)

0080

Cynthia Taylor (b. 1947) 'Valley' screenprint
signed, titled, and numbered 5/45. Unframed 360 x 260mm. Est. $100-150.

Realised: $340 Closed: $340
This lot is now closed
(36 bids, reserve met)

0081

Deva Prasadam - Four Screenprints
various subjects and editions. All unframed, signed and dated 1983. Largest 420 x 510. Est. $100-200.

Realised: $15 Closed: $15
This lot is now closed
(3 bids, reserve met)

0082

Deva Prasadam - Five Screenprints
various subjects, and editions. Some with foxing. All unframed, signed and dated 1983. Largest 340 x 560. Est. $100-200.

Realised: $10 Closed: $10
This lot is now closed
(2 bids, reserve met)

0083

Julian Hooper (b.1966) 'Fefiloi' screenprint
signed, dated and numbered 12/12. Unframed, mounted 240 x 270. Est. $100-200.

Realised: $200 Closed: $200
This lot is now closed
(35 bids, reserve met)

0084

Mervyn Williams (b.1940)
'Midas Finds His Soul', screenprint from the Barry Lett Galleries Multiple series. Very light foxing, unframed, 550 x 455. Est. $200-400.

Realised: $110 Closed: $110
This lot is now closed
(21 bids, reserve met)

0085

Mountford Tosswill (Toss) Woollaston (1910-98)
'Portraits of Patrick Lucas', screenprint from the Barry Lett Gallery Multiple series. Very light foxing, and crease to one corner, unframed, 565 x 750mm (sheet). Also with Barry Lett Multiples infographic. Est. $200-300.

Realised: $140 Closed: $140
This lot is now closed
(24 bids, reserve met)

0086

Michael Smither (b. 1939) Untitled (Monster Series) screenprint
initialed MDS and numbered 1/26/78-174 in pencil. Framed under glass, 320 x 440mm. Est. $500-800.

Realised: $600 Closed: $600
This lot is now closed
(48 bids, reserve met)

0087

Ida H. Carey (1891-1982) 'The Old Trunk'
linocut, signed and titled, monogrammed in print. Unframed, mounted. 165 x 95mm. Est. $100-200.

Realised: $460 Closed: $460
This lot is now closed
(48 bids, reserve met)

0088

Ida H. Carey (1891-1982) 'Study' linocut
signed and titled, monogrammed in print. Unframed, mounted. 135 x 95mm. Est. $100-200.

Realised: $460 Closed: $460
This lot is now closed
(48 bids, reserve met)

0089

Ida H. Carey (1891-1982) - Untitled
coloured linocut, monogrammed in print. Unframed, mounted. 130 x 105mm. Est. $100-200.

Realised: $130 Closed: $130
This lot is now closed
(24 bids, reserve met)

0090

William Alexander (Bill) Sutton
'Landscape with Trees' woodcut, signed and dated 1938. Mounted, unframed. 55 x 40mm. Estimate $200-400.

Realised: $170 Closed: $170
This lot is now closed
(29 bids, reserve met)

0091

William Alexander (Bill) Sutton
'Castle' woodcut, signed and dated 1938. Mounted, unframed - small impact tear to lower left border. 90 x 70mm. Estimate $300-500.

Realised: $110 Closed: $110
This lot is now closed
(22 bids, reserve met)

0092

Hilda Wiseman 'NZ Morepork' linocut
monogrammed and titled in print. Mounted, unframed 90 x 70mm. Est. $100-200.

Realised: $170 Closed: $170
This lot is now closed
(28 bids, reserve met)

0093

Hilda Wiseman 'N.Z. White Heron' linocut
monogrammed in print. Mounted, unframed 85 x 65mm. Est. $100-200.

Realised: $130 Closed: $130
This lot is now closed
(24 bids, reserve met)

0094

Ernest Mervyn Taylor 'Dark Valley' woodblock
signed and titled. 1937. Mounted, unframed 285 x 250mm. Note: This work was the artists first wood engraving, which was worked on for over a year. Later known as By-road. Estimate $1500-2000.

Realised: $1,050 Closed: $1,050
This lot is now closed
(59 bids, reserve met)

0095

Ernest Mervyn Taylor 'Ape' monochrome linocut
signed and editioned. From an edition of 30. Mounted, unframed. 195 x 160mm. Note: This work was featured on the cover of The Arts in New Zealand 17:3. Estimate $1200-1800.

Realised: $700 Closed: $700
This lot is now closed
(52 bids, reserve met)

0096

Ted Dutch 'Blue Figures' screenprint
signed, dated and editioned 4/25. Unframed 355 x 500mm. Est. $700-900.

Realised: $260 Closed: $260
This lot is now closed
(35 bids, reserve met)

0097

Kenneth W. Hassall (1902-1970) seven prints
various printmaking process - woodblock, etching etc. One in colour. All unframed, one mounted. Largest 175 x 190. Est. $200-300.

Realised: $150 Closed: $150
This lot is now closed
(27 bids, reserve met)

0098

Kenneth W. Hassall (1902-1970) five prints
various printmaking process - woodblock etc. Two in colour. All unframed, three mounted. Largest 175 x 145. Est. $200-300.

Realised: $140 Closed: $140
This lot is now closed
(25 bids, reserve met)

0099

Kenneth W. Hassall (1902-1970) five linocut prints
all in colour, unframed. Largest 165 x 190. Est. $200-300.

Realised: $340 Closed: $340
This lot is now closed
(41 bids, reserve met)

0100

Kenneth W. Hassall (1902-1970) five prints
two engravings, three woodblocks process. All unframed, mounted. Largest 190 x 140. Est. $200-300.

Realised: $60 Closed: $60
This lot is now closed
(12 bids, reserve met)