|This page is for Photographs and with extra details. I have been selling photographs for many years, but only seriously about 10 years ago when I started selling them at The London Photograph Fair and still exhibit & sell there. This site is for the rare photographs, The cheaper photographs as well as good and rare photographs not on this site are for sale at The London Photograph Fair, where a different selection are taken to each fair.
To purchase and more details please just click the link on any photograph on this page, or put Authors name into quick search. or below.
We have a collection of 1000's but due to not being catalogued, we can only find the ones listed on this site as they are held separately and can be found, we cannot confirm or find any other images as they boxed and sealed away for fairs only, the only ones we are able to sell are the ones listed on this site as. From The London Photograph Fair we have sold to various museums & museum staff, including the National Portrait Gallery & the Victoria & Albert Museum.
. Olive Edis , we have a few of her photographs listed here so far, of a collection of about 20. Olive Edis, (Mary Olive Edis, later Edis-Galsworthy ) 1876 - 1955 was one of England's most important pioneer female photographers. Olive preferred to use natural light for her photographs, which make her portraits so natural and well loved. She was famous for portrait photography. With an amazing circle of Edwardian Society sitters, including aristocratic & Royalty (many Royal photographs are so natural, not like the usual "stiff" portraits by most photographers). She was also the only woman photographer who served as a war artist in World War I, and then commissioned to record the work of the Women's Services at the end of the First World War. They are all from Edis's studio and house in Sheringham, in Norfolk. Since her death they were under the ownership of Cyril Nunn who was famous for not letting anyone see them, he died in 2008, but before he died he gave them to a local Norfolk dealer to sell them, Many sold direct to museums & a few dealers around the world. These were some of the leftovers after the dealer retired (and only now only sells his finds direct to a select few museums/dealers). In fact we are the first to offer these singularity for sale to the public. We purchased them a few years ago, and later found out they were in fact part of the last cache that came direct from her estate.
Author Name Seller ID Photograph of Nancy Witcher Astor (née Langhorne), Viscountess Astor Olive Edis, £250 001819 Photograph of Alice Emily 3rd Countess of Leicester (nee Hon.Alice Emily White) Olive Edis, £200 001817 Photograph of Gilbert Talbot (inspiration for the Toc H movement) Olive Edis, £250 001818 Photograph of Thomas William Coke, 3rd Earl of Leicester of Holkham (1848 -1941) Olive Edis, £150 001815 Photograph of Thomas William Coke, 4th Earl of Leicester of Holkham (1880-1949) Olive Edis, £150 001816
Master Louis Botha, son of the Ex-Commandant General, aged 11 £35 SC4
|1897 Queen Victoria tea with Princesses Beatrice and Victoria and her Sikh bodygaurd Alexander Lamont Henderson £100 SC5 1897Queen
Victoria's Diamond Jubilee Pageant, London, Copyright 1897 £25 SC6 1896Queen
Victoria's grape vine, Hampton Court. £25 SC7 Stereo
card Full Moon, from negatives taken by Prof. H. Draper With
His Silvered Glass Telescope in
1865 . Published c1880 £50 SC8 Stereo
by (William ) W.
Harding Warner c1865 Monmouth – The Leys £25 SC9