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7 [Portraits Of Key Figures In Maori Wars] c1860s-1870s
Ten albumen paper photographs, carte-de-visite format, all captioned in ink on backing verso, one with studio line printed below image, 9 x 5.6cm (approx. each). Minor foxing or silvering, all laid down on original backing.

Portraits show: (1) Kawana Hunia Te Hakeke; (2) Major William Magee Hunter; (3) Tomika Te Mutu, Chief of Ngai Te Rangi; (4) Tahia [sic], ex-King of Waikato [Taraia Ngakuti te Tumuhuia]; (5) Captain George Buck; (6) Black Queen Mere; (7) Victoria, Queen of the Nukumaru; (8) Ihakara Tukumaru and Walter Buller; (9) Karaana, sister of Queen Victoria; and (10) Private George Dore. Photographers include Webster Hartley, John Nicol Crombie, Benjamin Peyman, and William Francis Gordon. Ref: National Library of New Zealand; Puke Ariki Museum, New Plymouth, NZ. Provenance: Toogood family. A detailed list, showing full captions, is available on request.
The group $9,900


8 [Views Of Kent, Erith, And Belvedere, England] c1870s
Eight albumen paper photographs, all captioned in ink above image, sizes range from 14.9 x 20.1cm to 18.4 x 23.4cm. Slight stains or foxing overall, each laid down on original album page.

Captions read (1) Butcher's Shop, Erith [with duplicate image of Armstrong Gun verso on album page]; (2) Crayford Church, Kent; (3) The Thames, Erith; (4) Belvedere Church, Kent; (5) Armstrong Gun; (6) Belvedere House, Kent. Back view; and (7) Cedar of Lebanon, Belvedere.
The group $5,500

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