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Displaying 1 - 20 of 24 Lots in Category - SOUTH AUSTRALIA



Image

Lot

Type

Quality

Description

Estimate

Realised
















368

c

The untidy balance of Bronte Watts' exceptional South Australian collection with numerous subjects including events, sport & other leisure activities, Visit of Lord Kitchener x3, lots of agricultural subjects, many of unidentified locations, novelty cards etc etc, condition variable but generally fine to very fine. Pandora's box! (Qty 220 approx)

400.00

$1,600.00








369

c

Partly mounted & annotated range including paddle steamers x2, Adelaide Hospitals x10 & John Martin's Department Store's famous Christmas Cards x28 including for 1912 1913 1915 1917 & 1919, some attractive topographicals, etc, condition variable but generally fine to very fine. Ex Joe Duif. (Qty 80 approx)

250.00

$700.00








370

c

Mounted range with churches, railway stations, paddle steamers, an advertising card for John Martin's Department Store, the fire brigade x2, etc, apparently all fine to very fine. Ex Joe Duif. (Qty 40)

200.00

$320.00










371

c

A few Adelaide including "Bowling Green", "A Fire Alarm - Racing to the Scene", "Japanese Men-of-War's Men", Niven 1910 advertising calendar card for Holland's Levers, Opening of Electric Tram Service x2, "Express Train with Mails for London", also "Convalescent Home Auchendarroch", "Tiparra Lighthouse" (on stilts, in Moonta Bay), etc, generally fine to very fine. Ex Bob Young. (Qty 37)

350.00

$420.00




372

c

a-

1908 usage of South Australian "stamps" PPC for Sanatoria Home for Consumptive Women, used in NSW. Rare.

75.00

$80.00




373

c

a-

1909 real photo "Survivors Clan Ranald Wreck 31.1.09", unused. Ex Bronte Watts. [This was one of the worst shipwrecks in South Australian waters. Six Europeans - including the captain - & 34 crew members died. The 20 surviving seaman - all of various Asian origins - fell foul of Australia's then official "White Australia" policy; they were seized, handprinted & deported!]

100.00

$75.00








374

c

a/a-

1950 c. (?) Government Publicity & Tourist Bureau complete set of advice cards in brownish black, three feature trams, unused, Very scarce. (Qty 10)

300.00

$240.00












375

c

ADVERTISING: Collection of advertising cards for South Australian businesses or agents of out-of-State firms including hotels, retailers, manufacturers, importers, general stores, theatre productions, Viceroy Tea set of 6 aerial views of "Adelaide from a Balloon" etc, mostly Adelaide firms but some suburban and country users including from Gawler, Quorn & Port Lincoln, condition rather mixed but many are fine to very fine. Ex Bronte Watts. [This & the next three lots comprise by far the best collection of South Australian advertising cards we have ever offered] (Qty 115)

3500.00

No longer available






376

c

ADVERTISING: the companion lot of beautifully produced FW Niven cards for South Australian firms including breweries, retailers, dispensing chemist, orchards including AE Pitt x7, Walter & Morris Timber Yards x2, RJ Coombs Wool Store x2, Prince Alfred College, Flinders Street Baptist Church, etc, condition rather mixed but many are fine to very fine. Ex Bronte Watts. By far the best selection of these rare and delightful cards we have ever offered. (Qty 40)

1500.00

$2,000.00














377

c

ADVERTISING: Hotels group including at Little Para, Port Pirie West, Magill, Hahndorf, Henley Beach, Pinnaroo, Port Elliott etc, also "Lunan's Temperance Hotel" real photo, & guest houses in Adelaide, at Mount Lofty & Victor Harbour [sic], etc, condition variable but most are fine to very fine. Ex Bronte Watts. (Qty 19)

400.00

$320.00




378

c

a-

ADVERTISING: c.1900 court-size card for SA Glass Works at Brompton, unused. Rare. Ex Bronte Watts.

100.00

$75.00










379

c

CHURCHES: Mounted group with St Peter's Cathedral North Adelaide x8, many other fine structures but also many small churches including real photo type of the weatherboard building at Rosewater, multi-views of "Church of Christ Grote St" & "Churches of Pt Pirie", real photo commemoratives "Bethany Church Jubilee 1833-1933" & "1861-1911 Goolwa Methodist Jubilee", etc, generally fine to very fine. Ex Bronte Watts. (Qty 64)

600.00

$1,500.00












380

c

EDUCATION: Mounted group with school buildings including "St Peter's College", real photos of Federation Celebrations x2, "Robe School Band" (10 fifes & a drum) & school/class photos x25 (mostly real photos & mostly identified) etc, generally fine to very fine. Ex Bronte Watts. An unusual lot. (Qty 34)

200.00

$150.00














381

c

EVENTS & PROCESSIONS: Fascinating historical group including "Unveiling Light Statue", "Varsity students procession", "Opening of South Australian Parliament", "8 Hours Procession", "Imperial Place on Race-days...How long will citizens of SA tolerate this Public Scandal?", many real photos including Armistice Day x2, Peace Proclamation x2, Visit of Prince of Wales x2, Adelaide Brass Bands x6 & "Harrold Colton Fire Feb 5 1907" x5, etc, also 1908 & 1939 Record Heatwave cards, etc, generally fine to very fine. An excellent lot. Ex Bronte Watts. (Qty 45)

500.00

$380.00




382

c

a-

MILITARY - WORLD WAR ONE: 1916 real photo of Mitcham Military Camp (SA) featuring dozens of tents, chopping wood, underground oven & a group of bare-chested soldiers on a makeshift raft, a couple of minor inkspots, used under cover. One of the most appealing WWI Military Camp cards we have seen. Ex Bronte Watts. [The writer, Sapper WW Evans, says "...Tell me which you think is me..."]

150.00

No longer available






383

c

POST OFFICES: Excellent mounted collection with GPO x8, many from major towns but also some tiny hamlets including Dublin, Meningie, Fowlers Bay, Langhornes Creek, Callington, Curramulka, Blyth & Geranium, most are straightforward views but we also noted many are real photo types including transferring mail between a railway TPO & early automobile, Easter Sunday at Wirrabarra, Anzac Day (?) at Freeling, "Official opening Athelstone June 1909", the tiny horse-drawn railway van that carried mail between Port Broughton & Mundoora, floods at Border Town & Renmark, mail coach at Moorook, etc, condition a bit variable but many are fine to very fine. Ex Bronte Watts. A remarkable group of this increasingly popular material. (Qty 100 approx)

2000.00

$3,200.00












384

c

RAILWAYS: An exceptional mounted collection of railway lines, stations, level crossings, trains, cutting sleepers, staff etc, many are real photo types, generally fine to very fine. Inspect to appreciate. Ex Bronte Watts. (Qty 130+)

1000.00

$2,000.00








385

c

RAILWAYS: the companion lot of real photos of Railway Disasters at Kapunda x5, Murray Bridge (a carriage is actually on the platform!), the cataclysmic derailing at Port Augusta on 28/3/1914 x9, and three others unidentified but believed to be within South Australia, condition variable but generally fine to very fine. Wow! Ex Bronte Watts. (Qty 17)

750.00

$600.00








386

c

a/b

RAILWAYS: TRANS-AUSTRALIAN RAILWAY: Group of Rose real photo cards from various series, two hand-tinted (with tape on the corners), plus six modern reproductions, finally two real photos of Tarcoola on the TAR, condition variable but generally fine to very fine, mostly unused. Ex Bronte Watts. (Qty 25)

200.00

$150.00








387

c

a

RAILWAYS: real photo cards "Ooldea in the Heart of Australia 427 miles from Pt Augusta...", "Camel Train Ooldea 1919", "Trans Australian Rly Kalgoorlie E Carter's Gang", and two boring East-West Railway views printed in Holland, very fine unused. Ex Bronte Watts. Trans-Australian Railway cards other than from the Rose Series are rare. (Qty 5)

200.00

$220.00




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