A selection of the delightful small original pochoir (stencils) c1912-c1914. Preview online at http://www.antiqueprintclub.com/c-23-fashionpochoir.aspx
Gainfully ’employed’ during the Australian gold-rushes.. “Dangerously Suspicious” Bushrangers.. & Pensioners employed as policemen (after police absconded to the gold-rushes).
S.T. Gill lithographs from Antique Prints: Australian Views/People at http://www.antiqueprintclub.com/c-30-australian-viewspeople.aspx?pagenum=3
Captain Cook’s Endeavour was damaged on one of the Hope Islands, south of Cooktown in the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. This is the finest topographical view from the Journals of Captain James Cook. Copperplate engraving from “Moore’s Voyage’s and Travels” published in London circa 1790.
From Antique Prints: Australian Views/People at http://www.antiqueprintclub.com/c-30-australian-viewspeople.aspx
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