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Lot 2

Queen VICTORIA (1819-1901). - Francis FRITH & Co. (photographers).

Album, titled on upper cover "The Queen's Jubilee Procession. London. June 21st. 1887"

ex-Royal United Services Intstitute copy

Lot 3

John Duke COLERIDGE (1820-1894, compiler) - N. T. CARRINGTON & W. BURT (authors).

Dartmoor: a Descriptive Poem, by N.T. Carrington, author of the Banks of Tamar ... With a preface and notes, by W. Burt,

Extra-illustrated with early photographs of Dartmoor

Lot 5

1951 INDIANAPOLIS 500. - Robert H. WESTMORELAND (d. 1999, photographer).

A small group of original Kodachrome 5 x 4 inch photos. taken by Westmoreland before the 1951 running of the Indianapolis 500

Lot 6

BOHEMIAN GROVE, California. - Charles Peter Gabriel MOULIN (1872-1945, photographer)

Framed and inscribed portrait of Charles Kellogg FIELD (1873-1948), the subject shown seated on a bench in the Bohemian Grove.

Inscribed by C.K. Field to his cousin, author Roswell Martin Field

Lot 8

Bertrand H. WENTWORTH (Maine, 1868-1953)

The House Under The Willow

Signed sepia gelatin print

Lot 10

Sidney Edward LETTS (1868-1940, London antiques dealer). – [Unknown photographer]

[Antiques] A numbered collection of forty four vintage photographs featuring 397 separate numbered items of stock

Each with associated mimeographed typescript list pasted to the verso of the mounts

Lot 13


(Circus people) A portrait of Lavinia MAGRI (Mrs Tom THUMB) between Count Pierrot MAGRI & Count Ernesto MAGRI

Signed and inscribed by Lavinia, Pierrot and Ernesto

Lot 16

Alfred Cheney JOHNSTON [Ziegfeld girls photographer]

[Lucille Bremer Nude]

A fine image of the actress posing onstage

Lot 17

A.-A.-E. DISDÉRI, R. J. BINGHAM, F. RANDEGGER & Monsieur FERRET, photographers.

An album celebrating the life of Madame Henriette Biedermann Kann (1837-1865)

with a hand-painted Vienna porcelain portrait plaque by Josef Zasche (1821-1881)

Lot 18

G. W. WILSON, Francis FRITH & others (photographers).

A mid-19th century album with 68 later 19th-century photographs, of the United Kingdom & elswhere

accompanied by a letter noting the gift of the album, dated 1842

Lot 21

[AMERICAN Furniture]. - Luke Vincent LOCKWOOD (1872-1951).

The Pendleton Collection [at RISD].

Unique working copy with fine over 100 photogravure plates of furniture and other antiques

Lot 22

Hon. Richard Clere PARSONS & Agnes Elizabeth PARSONS (nee BATEMAN)

An album recording the Parsons family holidays, overseas trips, and family occasions

A mixture of amateur photographs by Richard Parsons and professional work recording the places they visited

Lot 23

[JAPAN, unidentified 19th-century photographer]

A small concertina album of 50 mounted hand-colored photographs

Including 25 images of Japanese women in traditional dress and 25 topographical views of Japan

Lot 24

[AMERICANS in Europe]. - S. Harvey DUNLOP & Dr. [?] DUNLOP

An album of 'candid' amateur photographs recording the transantlantic crossing and European tour of the Dunlop family.

Visiting Paris, Brussels, the site of Waterloo, Italy, Switzerland, London, Ireland, and more

Lot 27


Portraits of two young men

Ambrotypes in Union Cases

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