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By: La Trobe:
Publisher: Melbourne, State Library of Victoria / Tarcoola Press / National Trust: 1999
Seller ID: 25328
Introduced by Dianne Reilly with notes by Victoria Hammond. #299 of 500 copies. Large square 4to; xviii, 342pp, 179 coloured plates, over 220 small plates in catalogue at rear. Full maroon leather, colour plate inlaid on upper board, with matching leather slipcase. Fine. ISBN 0958595917 ***The complete collection of plates from the previously unpublished sketchbooks held by the State Library of Victoria. La Trobe was Superintendent of the Port Phillip District and after... View more info
Publisher: Melbourne, Women's Committee of the National Trust of Australia (Victoria): 1976
Seller ID: 7462
Folio. 112pp, 19 full-page plates (14 in colour). Cloth with dustwrapper (the lamination quite crinkled, as often). The book in very good clean condition. ISBN 0909710503 View more info
By: LAWSON, Henry.
Publisher: Sydney, Lansdowne: 1992
Seller ID: 19076
Two volumes. xi, 906pp; viii, 1012pp, colour and b&w plates, b&w text illustrations. Quarter-bound in green faux-leather and cloth sides, lettered in gilt, with dustwrappers. ISBN 0701818492 View more info
Publisher: Adelaide, Libraries Board of South Australia: 1964
Seller ID: 21184
(Australiana Facsimile Editions, no 16.) xx, 544pp, b&w illus - with a matching map case, with three large folding maps. Green synthetic cloth, as issued. Edges browned, owner's bookplates in book and map case, clean inside. Very good. ***Facsimile of Ferguson 4571 (1847). View more info
Publisher: Alburgh, England, Archival Facsimiles: 1987
Seller ID: 33186
Facsimile. 510pp, illustrations in colour and b&w (one folding). Blue buckram with title-labels on spine and the upper board. Fine. ***A reproduction of the copy in the British Library. First published in Paris, 1838. View more info
By: LINDSAY, Ray.
Publisher: Melbourne, Jester Press: 1983
Seller ID: 9152
Edited by John Arnold. 100 numbered copies thus, signed by the editor. First edition. 56pp and colophon, tipped-in frontis portrait. Case-bound in full buckram with matching slipcase. Fine. ***The 13,000-word letter was in response to queries from Jack Lindsay at the time he was writing the second volume of his autobiography, The Roaring Twenties (publ 1962). View more info
By: LINN, Rob.
Publisher: Adelaide, South Australian Government Printer: 1989
Seller ID: 34046
8vo. 172pp, b&w illustrations, maps. Cloth with dustwrapper. A very good clean copy. ISBN 0724365486 View more info
By: LONEY, Jack.
Publisher: Sydney, Reed: 1980
Seller ID: 32720
First edition. 4to. 239pp, b&w illus, pictorial endpapers. Cloth-textured papered boards with dustwrapper (spine a little sunned). A very good clean copy. ISBN 0589501003 View more info
Publisher: Sydney, Angus & Robertson: 1956
Seller ID: 5718
Edited with a Historical Outline and Descriptive Commentaries by Frederick T. Macartney. 4to. 503pp. Orig. cloth with d/w (small tear at edge of spine). Very good. View more info
Publisher: Adelaide, Libraries Board of South Australia: 1969
Seller ID: 7840
Australiana Facsimile Editions No.189. Ferguson 11908. 513 copies. 53pp. Cloth-backed papered boards. Slight offsetting on endpapers, otherwise fine. ***Orig printed William Kyffin Thomas, Adelaide, 1874. View more info
Publisher: Melbourne, Nelson / Australian Institute of International Affairs: 1976
Seller ID: 23155
282pp. Original cloth-textured papered boards with dustwrapper. Top edges a little spotted, otherwise very good. ISBN 0170050459 ***Contributors: the editor, Charles A. Coppel, K.D. Thomas & J. Panglaykim, and Wang Gungwu. View more info
Publisher: Adelaide, Australian Heritage Press: 1963
Seller ID: 33187
4to. lxxii, 140pp, 1 full-page map in text, 2 folding maps in rear pocket. Red cloth, without dustwrapper (as issued). Edges sprinkled blue. A very good clean copy. View more info
By: MALOUF, David.
Publisher: St Lucia, Qld., University of Queensland Press: 1989
Seller ID: 34933
First edition. 170pp. Cloth-textured papered boards with dustwrapper (spine quite faded, rubbing with slight loss to head of spine, now in protective sleeve). The boards slightly rubbed at head and tail of spine, otherwise a good to very good clean copy. Owner's name (writ small) on half-title. View more info
By: MASTERS, Olga.
Publisher: Brisbane, University of Queensland Press: 1988
Seller ID: 8511
First edition. 135pp. Papered boards with d/w (small closed tear at head of rear flap fold). Very good. ***Short stories: 'a panorama of Australian family life'. View more info
By: McCALMAN, Janet.
Publisher: Melbourne, MUP: 1984
Seller ID: 30426
First edition. 8vo. xii, 326pp, illustrated in black and white, map. Cloth-textured papered boards with dustwrapper (spine sunned & now in protective sleeve). A very good clean copy. ISBN 0522842461 ***The brilliant study of the working-class suburb - a seminal work of Australian urban history. View more info
Publisher: Silverdale NSW, James McClelland Research: 1985
Seller ID: 29630
(James McClelland's Convict, Pioneer and Immigrant Series of Australia, Book 49.) Foolscap; duplicated typescript, staple-bound with stiff wrappers and cloth backstrip. Eccentric pagination (100pp or so, printed rectos only). Very good. ISBN 090849257X ***Sources for researchers. View more info
Publisher: Owen-Edwards Publications:
Seller ID: 25422
Large 4to. 296pp, well illustrated in colour. Synthetic cloth with dustwrapper (a little rubbed along the edges, now in protective sleeve). A very good clean copy. ISBN 0958861234 ***Describing 57 of Australia's leading Merino studs including, from Tasmania, Elsdon/Barton, Trefusis and Winton. View more info
Publisher: Sydney, Anchor Books: 2008
Seller ID: 26714
259pp, illustrated. Soft covers. Fine (new). ISBN 0980335418 ***The story of over 200 young single women who left England in 1833 to settle in New South Wales. View more info
Publisher: London, The Geographical Journal XXVIII, No. 3:: Sept.1906
Seller ID: 9134
Vol. XXVIII, 3; p 209-29, folding map. Original wrappers, slight chip to lower spine. A very good clean copy. ***Also in this issue: 'The Economic Geography and Development of Australia', by J.W. Gregory (pp229-45); 'Southern Peru: notes on two expeditions', by C. Reginald Enock (pp 245-66); 'Recent changes in the course of the Lower Euphrates', by H. W. Cadoux (pp 266-77). View more info
By: MELVILLE, Henry.
Publisher: Adelaide, James Dally: 2004
Seller ID: 20817
55 numbered copies only. Small 4to. 82pp. Bound at the Chasdor Bindery in quarter tan leather and yellow linen. A fine clean copy. ***Melville, the Hobart Town editor/printer, produced a private edition of twelve copies of this work, for presentation to friends, in 1830. He had called in at Mauritius mid-1828, en route to Van Diemen's Land and 'intent upon putting further distance between himself and his London creditors'. View more info
By: MITTON, Robert.
Publisher: Melbourne, Oxford University Press: 1983
Seller ID: 6025
Large 4to. 236pp, profusely illustated in colour and b&w, 4 maps. Cloth-textured papered boards with dustwrapper. Top edges of the boards a little rubbed, gift inscription on front endpaper; light spotting on the inside of the dustwrapper. A very good clean copy. ISBN 0195543688 View more info
By: MORESBY, John.
Publisher: London, John Murray: 1876
Seller ID: 32781
With maps and illustrations. First edition. xx, 328pp (last blank); 20pp publisher's adverts, frontis & 3 other plates, 4 maps (two coloured, one folding at rear). Original blue cloth over bevelled boards, gilt vignettes on the upper board and spine; rebacked with the original (faded) spine laid down. Fading to the margins of the endpapers, hinges reinforced with Japanese tissue. A little spotting early and late, the folding map with some old repairs to folds, leaving li... View more info
Publisher: Melbourne, Queensberry Hill Press: 1978
Seller ID: 31781
#141 of 350 copies. Edited by J.O. Randell. Small 8vo. 290pp, frontis portrait. Quarter-bound in black and grey cloth, gilt decorations, clear mylar dustwrapper. Very good to fine. ISBN 0909174083 *** First published as a series of 20 articles in 'Once a Month' (Melbourne) 1884-86. One concerns the capture of the bushranger Frank Gardiner. The others deal with his long pastoral career in Victoria and South Australia, and his travels in outback NSW and Queensland. View more info
By: MOYAL, Ann.
Publisher: Sydney, Collins: 1986
Seller ID: 11323
4to. 192pp, well illustrated in b&w and colour. Papered boards with dustwrapper. Author's warm inscription on title-page. Top edges a little spotted, otherwise a very good clean copy. View more info
Publisher: Melbourne, MUP: 1979
Seller ID: 9888
647pp. Original red cloth (no dustwrapper). Corrigenda loosely inserted. Very good. ISBN 0522841856 View more info
Publisher: Amsterdam/New York, N. Israel/Da Capo Press: 1969
Seller ID: 7714
(Bibliotheca Australiana #62.) Facsimile of the 1694 edition. Two volumes in one: xxxvi, 196 & 208pp; plates and maps (8 folding). Simile vellum, title labels, clear wrapper. Fine. ***[title continues] towards the Streights of Magellan, the South Seas, the vast tracts of land beyond Hollandia Nova &c, also towards Nova Zembla, Greenland or Spitsberg, Groynland or Engrondland &c. To which are annexed a large Introduction and Supplement, giving an account of other navigati... View more info
By: NATUSCH, Shiela.
Publisher: Christchurch NZ, Whitcoulls: 1978
Seller ID: 31831
190pp, well illustrated in colour and b&w, pictorial endpapers. Cloth-textured papered boards with dustwrapper. Owner's name and old price in ink on front endpaper. Very good. ISBN 0723305501 ***The maritime survey under the command of John Lort Stokes. View more info
By: New South Wales:
Publisher: Sydney, Lansdown Slattery: 1978-79.
Seller ID: 9844
Seven volumes in eight. Reprint edition. [1/1] Cook 1762-80. [1/2] Phillip 1783-92.  Grose & Paterson 1793-95.  Hunter 1796-99.  Hunter & King 1800-02.  King 1803-05.  Bligh 1806-08.  Bligh & Macquarie 1809-11. Brown buckram with dustwrappers (spines a trifle faded, extremities a trifle rubbed, now in protective sleeves). The edges a little yellowed, otherwise a very good clean set. View more info
Seller ID: 17736
Published under the authority of the Department of External Affairs, Melbourne 1913. [Evidently a reprint, although it doesn't say so.] Oblong 8vo. 2pp text, 47 b&w photographs. Stapled in wrappers. Fine. View more info
Publisher: A.C.T., Publ. by the Dept. of Territories, Comm. of Australia: .
Seller ID: 4163
Oblong 4to. 28pp., illus., maps. Stapled in wrappers. Sl. wear but good. View more info
By: NUNN, Rob (ed).
Publisher: Claremont, W.A., The Club: 2005
Seller ID: 34128
Large 8vo. viii, 240pp, well illustrated. Cloth-textured papered boards with dustwrapper. ISBN 0957737432 View more info
Publisher: Canberra, ANU Press: 1972
Seller ID: 31879
(Pacific History Series no 4.) 232pp, endpaper map. Cloth with dustwrapper. Very good. ISBN 0708105386 View more info
Publisher: Melbourne, Whitcombe & Tombs: nd [1930s?]
Seller ID: 30074
(Whitcombe's Story Books, no 314.) 183x122mm. 32pp, 3 full-page and 10 text illustrations in b&w. Stapled in the original pictorial wrappers, as issued. The cover illustration printed in blue. There is a slight damp mark in the upper fore-margin of pp11-18, otherwise a very good to fine clean copy. ***Concerning a family of Tasmanian Devils. The author was Annie Rattray Osborn (nee O'Neill), and the illustrations are by Ida Rentoul Outhwaite - although this is not state... View more info
By: PARKIN, Ray.
Publisher: Melbourne, Miegunyah Press (MUP): 1999
Seller ID: 7304
With plans, charts and illustrations by the author. 3rd impression (with revisions). Large 4to. Text volume (cloth) and box of plans/charts, in cloth-covered slipcase with title sheet and blurb on front & back. 468pp, 25 maps, 31 full- and half-page ship drawings, and many others (some based on Parkinson's drawings, two of which are also reproduced). The cloth-covered folding case contains 15 detailed ship drawings and plans (800x580mm). The spines a trifle sunned, ... View more info
Publisher: Malvern, Victoria, Banks Society: 2003
Seller ID: 17330
Edited, with an Introduction, by John Currey. 51pp, black & white illustrations, maps. Soft covers. A very good clean copy. ISBN 0949586153 View more info
Publisher: London, Caliban Books: 1984
Seller ID: 31980
Reduced format facsimile. 8vo. xxiii, 212pp, [2pp] errata, b&w illus. Cloth-textured papered boards with dustwrapper. A very good clean copy. ISBN 0904573516 ***First published: London, C. Dilly, 1784. Sydney Parkinson was one of the two artists on board the Endeavour on Cook's first voyage to the Pacific. View more info
Publisher: Melbourne, Queensberry Hill Press: 1980
Seller ID: 5955
First edition. 94pp, frontis vignette, 2 illus. Decorated papered boards with dustwrapper. Very good. Signed by the editor, on the title-page. ***Pateshall was 3rd lieutenant on the convict transport Calcutta, which was part of David Collins' expedition to found a colony on the shores of Bass Strait - both Victoria and Tasmania's 'first fleet'. View more info