SALON GRAND PALAIS 2020Published on 16 Sept. 2020
Virtually in London - Firsts London Selection of GraphicsPublished on 13 Sept. 2020
MAGAZINES OF HISTORICAL & CONTEMPORARY INTEREST - FEBRUARY 2020Published on 28 Jan. 2020
Please find below a short selection from our latest magazine listing of forty late 19th century to mid 20th century magazines covering items of such ongoing interest as immigration, women's liberation, politics and war. Also included are a selection of issues of “Ken” with striking political cartoons and of “Verve” with color lithographs of the art work of such masters as Matisse and Kandinsky.[...] En savoir plus
A Magazine's Eye View of the 20th CenturyPublished on 25 Avril 2019
Browse our latest additions of magazines from the twentieth century, full of lessons from the past in words and pictures and find out (or be reminded) of what we can learn from the past...
The catalog is viewable as a downloadable pdf and also on our website at https://www.oldimprints.com/searchResults.php?action=catalog&category_id=1544
e-Catalogue 9: Miami International Map FairPublished on 26 Jan. 2019
Rare books, maps, prints & photographsPublished on 20 Nov. 2018
Our forthcoming auction is one of the most varied we have offered. As usual, there is a strong showing of Australian and Pacific voyages and travels, including Flinders, Voyage to Terra Australis, 1814, with the large atlas; Phillip, Voyage to Botany Bay, 1789, in the coloured issue; two sets of the official accounts of Cook’s three voyages, 1773-84; and a singular copy of White, Voyage to New South Wales, 1790, with the
plates present both in coloured and plain state and with an unrecorded proof plate.
The maps are headed by the three very rare Flinders charts of 1801, for which his Observations on the coast of Van Diemen’s Land published in the same year, is a commentary ‘intended to accompany’ them.
The photographs include a magnificent pair of albums of views in New South Wales, circa 1880 to 1895, one containing 100 large photographs, the other 11 folding panoramas of Sydney. A number of other panoramic views, of various kinds, have also been consigned.
The natural history section derives chiefly from the collection of Dr. Louis Pigott of Brisbane, and includes, amongst some fine bird books, John Gould’s copy of Buller, History of the birds of New Zealand, 1873.
The highlight of the prints is the very rare view of Newcastle published by Absalom West, Sydney 1812.
We are also pleased to offer a group of finely illustrated architecture books, spanning four centuries.
We will also be accepting bids through Invaluable.