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  1. Vanishing Race Navaho
    £4,750

    Date of Publication: 1904

    Published:

    Stock Code: 107599

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  2. The Terra Nova at the Icefoot, Cape Evans.

    The Terra Nova at the Icefoot, Cape Evans.

    This photograph is enlarged from a negative made by H. G. Ponting during the British Antarctic Expedition, taken on 16 January, 1911. The image shows the Terra Nova tethered to the ice at Cape Evans. The Cape was named after Lieutenant Edward Evans (1880-1957), Scott's second in command on Terra Nova. Scott discovered the place during his Discovery expedition of 1901-4. Learn More
    £5,000

    Date of Publication: 1914

    Published: London:

    Stock Code: 68881

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  3. The Terra Nova at the Icefoot, Cape Evans.

    The Terra Nova at the Icefoot, Cape Evans.

    Signed in pencil lower left by Ponting. This photograph is enlarged from a negative made by Ponting during the British Antarctic Expedition, taken on 16 January, 1911. The image shows the Terra Nova tethered to the ice at Cape Evans. The Cape was named after Lieutenant Edward Evans (1880-1957), Scott's second in command on Terra Nova. Scott discovered the place during his Discovery expedition of 1901-4. Learn More
    £4,000

    Date of Publication: 1914

    Published: London:

    Stock Code: 91266

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  4. American Photographs.

    American Photographs.

    With an Essay by Lincoln Kirstein.
    First edition, first printing, in the scarce jacket, recording the first one-man show given to a photographer at MoMA. "American Photographs holds a well deserved place at the top of the pantheon, and should be studied assiduously by any photographer attempting the tricky business of compiling a coherent photobook. It is a complex, elliptical, hugely ambitious work, exemplifying all the qualities that Evans demanded from serious photography. Learn More
    £1,500

    Date of Publication: 1938

    Published: New York

    Stock Code: 115021

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  5. Portrait photograph and accompanying letter.

    Portrait photograph and accompanying letter.

    Signed on the mount in black ink "W. S. Churchill", showing Churchill standing three-quarter length in black formal suit and bow-tie, with right hand resting on the Cabinet desk. Accompanying letter and compliments slip from his aide-de-camp, C. R. Thompson sending it to Sergeant Frank Bessant expressing thanks for his services in the Marine Detachment at 10 Downing Street, studio stamp on reverse. Learn More
    £4,500

    Date of Publication: 1945

    Published: London:

    Stock Code: 102638

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  6. Photograph of Audrey Hepburn.
    signed

    Photograph of Audrey Hepburn.

    Signed and dated beneath the image lower right in pencil by McBean. Also inscribed on the verso of the mount by McBean "Copyright Angus McBean 1960. Studio portrait of Audrey Hepburn". This photograph formed part of McBean's estate that was bequeathed to his partner and studio assistant, David Ball. Ball was in his late teens when he met McBean. They became lovers and life-long companions, and was Angus McBean's sole heir. Learn More
    £2,500

    Date of Publication: 1960

    Published: London:

    Stock Code: 82686

    Signed: Yes

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  7. San Clemente.

    San Clemente.

    Photographies de Raymond Depardon, Texte de Bernard Cuau.
    First edition, first impression. Learn More
    £300

    Date of Publication: 1984

    Published: Paris

    Stock Code: 114573

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  8. Barakei,

    Barakei,

    Ordeal by Roses.
    First edition thus, first impression. The book was first published in 1963 as ‘Barakai, Killed by Roses'. The title was changed to ‘Barakei, Ordeal by Roses' for the second edition in 1971, published two months after the suicide of Yukio Mishima. This edition is designed by Kiyoshi Awazu with a new generations of readers in mind. "[Awazu] succeeded in bringing Barakei back to life, especially by the use of the bold colors" (Hosoe in the Photographer's Note). Learn More
    £200

    Date of Publication: 1985

    Published: New York

    Stock Code: 114564

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  9. Dennis Hopper: Fotografien von 1961 bis 1967. Photographs from 1961 to 1967.

    Dennis Hopper: Fotografien von 1961 bis 1967. Photographs from 1961 to 1967.

    First edition, first impression of this catalogue which collects photographs taken by Dennis Hopper between 1961 and 1967. The catalogue accompanied two separate exhibitions of Hopper's work: one at the Kunsthalle Basel (21 August-23 October 1988) and another at the Thaddaeus Ropac Gallery in Salzburg (23 August-28 September). Learn More
    £250

    Date of Publication: 1988

    Published: Salzburg

    Stock Code: 114563

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  10. Modern Lovers.
    signed

    Modern Lovers.

    First edition, first impression, signed by Rheims on the dedication page. Learn More
    £200

    Date of Publication: 1990

    Published: Paris

    Stock Code: 114567

    Signed: Yes

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  11. The Other Side
    signed

    The Other Side

    Edited with David Armstrong and Walter Keller.
    First edition, first printing, inscribed by Goldin on the frontispiece, "Oct.4.1993, X, Nan Goldin". Learn More
    £250

    Date of Publication: 1993

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    Stock Code: 114562

    Signed: Yes

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  12. Montparnasse.

    Montparnasse.

    Essays von Hans Irrek. Interviews von Ursula Trübenbach und Hans Irrek.
    First edition, first printing. Signed on a label to the verso of the photograph in ballpoint pen by Gursky. The majority of the photographs were not signed. Our photograph with this publication is framed in a black wooden frame and glazed both sides. Published in conjunction with a 1995 exhibition at Portikus Frankfurt am Main. This publication is devoted to Andreas Gursky's monumental photograph of architect Jean Dubuisson's quarter-mile long Montparnasse housing block. Learn More
    £4,000

    Date of Publication: 1995

    Published: Frankfurt am Main & Stuttgart:

    Stock Code: 81293

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  13. A Diary.

    A Diary.

    First edition, first impression. Learn More
    £125

    Date of Publication: 1995

    Published: Tokyo

    Stock Code: 114560

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  14. Bridge of Sighs, Venice.

    Bridge of Sighs, Venice.

    Carlo Ponti, Italian photographer and optician of Swiss descent. He lived for some years in Paris, where he worked with the optician Chauchoix and learnt the technique of photography, to which he later dedicated most of his energy. He reached Venice towards 1852 and, after a short time, his inventions for optical and photographic instruments earned him public recognition. Learn More
    £825

    Date of Publication: c. 1860

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    Stock Code: 55656

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  15. Portrait of Shaw playing the spinet with Blanche Patch, his secretary, looking on.

    Portrait of Shaw playing the spinet with Blanche Patch, his secretary, looking on.

    Signed by Karsh in pencil lower left. Inscribed "Who says I can't play the spinet?" in an unidentified hand below the image. Photographer's copyright stamp and "no. 2" in pencil to verso. Learn More
    £2,000

    Date of Publication: c.1948

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    Stock Code: 69518

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  16. Photograph portrait.

    Photograph portrait.

    Signed by Churchill on the mount. The studio portrait shows Churchill seated half-length in black formal jacket and bow-tie. In October 1951 Churchill became prime minister for the second time. The society photographer Vivienne's autobiography, They Came to My Studio: Famous People of Our Time was published in 1956. Learn More
    £5,000

    Date of Publication: 1951

    Published: London:

    Stock Code: 102631

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  17. Inscribed Portrait Photograph.

    Inscribed Portrait Photograph.

    Inscribed by Churchill on the mount: "To James Dunn from his friend of many years, Winston S. Churchill". James Dunn (1874-1956) was a Canadian industrialist and financier. He worked with Churchill during the First World War when he helped supply nickel from Norway. He was a man of great wealth and many eccentricities, such as having his shoe laces ironed, and commissioning thirteen different portraits of himself, including one by Salvador Dali. Learn More
    £6,500

    Date of Publication: [1951]

    Published: London:

    Stock Code: 105390

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  18. A Hill, Sienna, Italy.
    signed

    A Hill, Sienna, Italy.

    Titled and signed on the verso by Charles Job. Charles Job (1853 - 1930), a stockbroker by profession, was a passionate amateur and became a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society in 1895, contributing to the annual exhibitions of the Society and the Linked Ring. (The Linked Ring was a brotherhood consisting of a group of photographers based in London which pledged to enhance photography as a fine art). Learn More
    £375

    Date of Publication: c.1920

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    Stock Code: 55564

    Signed: Yes

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  19. A Hipped Roof.
    signed

    A Hipped Roof.

    Titled and signed on the verso by Charles Job. Charles Job a stockbroker by profession, was a passionate amateur and became a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society in 1895, contributing to the annual exhibitions of the Society and the Linked Ring. (The Linked Ring was a brotherhood consisting of a group of photographers based in London which pledged to enhance photography as a fine art). Learn More
    £200

    Date of Publication: c.1920

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    Stock Code: 55565

    Signed: Yes

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  20. A Sussex Mill, Rodmel, Sussex.
    signed

    A Sussex Mill, Rodmel, Sussex.

    Titled and signed on the verso by Charles Job. Together with Charles Job's rubber stamped address and a Central Canada, Ottawa, Photographic Salon Exhibition label for 1926. Charles Dob a stockbroker by profession, was a passionate amateur and became a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society in 1895, contributing to the annual exhibitions of the Society and the Linked Ring. Learn More
    £200

    Date of Publication: c.1920

    Published:

    Stock Code: 55567

    Signed: Yes

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