Just when you thought it was safe! However, there are only 92 items to browse, so you can relax in a few minutes ...
Signed items are in abundance: signed portrait photographs of Florence Booth (Mrs General Bramwell Booth) and Lord Stonehaven (Australia's eighth Governor-General); postcards with interesting content from Seamus Heaney and Henry Moore; signed copies of Skertchly's The Story of the Noble Opal (1908), Walsh's Bradshaw Art of the Kimberley (2000), Garry Shead's Australia Suite (one of only 100 copies, each with an original signed etching), Barry Humphries' Treasury of Australian Kitsch (signed, with a self-caricature); and 36 First Day Covers signed by significant RAF personalities from WW2.
Important maps include a large Crimean War map by Major Thomas Jervis (1854), and the rare New Counties ... Atlas of South Australia by Frank Carroll (1876). Our selection of trade catalogues will enable you to become instant experts in everything from tugboats and dredgers, to religious vestments and accoutrements, the fine arts of butchery and surgery (separate catalogues!), painting for architects (with 154 colour samples), and dying yarns and printing fabrics (with over 620 original samples).
Harcus's South Australia (1876) with the unheard-of dustwrapper; books on the bookplates of Adrian Feint (1928 and 1934); and McEwin's The South Australian Vigneron and Gardeners' Manual (1871) are some of the other genuine and desirable rarities on offer.