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Auction: 19th & 20th Century Photography / Dominic Winter Auctioneers / 19 May 2022

Dominic Winter’s first photography sale of 2022 comprises 253 lots, from the early to the nearly new. Highlights of the sale are two albumen prints by Julia Margaret Cameron, Alice Liddell as St Agnes and a portrait (see below) of Julia Jackson (Mrs Herbert Duckworth). The latter has interesting provenance and was gifted to the owner by the British artist and writer…See More
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Auction: 19th & 20th Century Photography / Dominic Winter Auctioneers / 16 December 2020

Due to new lockdown restrictions Dominic Winter’s photography auction set for 18th November is rescheduled for Wednesday 16th December with a revised viewing period from Monday 7th December (strictly by pre-booked appointment and subject to any revised COVID-19 restrictions). Meanwhile the catalogue is viewable online in various formats at the auctioneer’s website.In a…See More
Nov 8, 2020
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Auction: Photography: From West to East / Dominic Winter Auctioneers / Thursday 3 October

Photography in China is the dominant theme in Dominic Winter’s 320-lot photography sale on 3rd October.Highlight among the 50 China lots is the notoriously rare Views on the North River (1870) by John Thomson (1837-1921), estimated at £15,000-20,000. But with only 4 copies in institutions and even fewer copies in private hands it may well exceed expectations. The copy,…See More
Sep 22, 2019
Chris Albury replied to Paul Kay's discussion Looking for early photos of the Menai Suspension and Britannia Tubular Bridges
"In April 2003 we sold three small salt prints, on two pieces of card, showing the construction of the Britannia Tubular Bridge in 1849. I have the full description and (sadly just) one image of the largest photograph (125 x 145 mm), initialled J.P.…"
Jul 9, 2019

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Auction: 19th & 20th Century Photography / Dominic Winter Auctioneers / 19 May 2022

Dominic Winter’s first photography sale of 2022 comprises 253 lots, from the early to the nearly new. Highlights of the sale are two albumen prints by Julia Margaret Cameron, Alice Liddell as St Agnes and a portrait (see below) of Julia Jackson (Mrs Herbert Duckworth). The latter has interesting provenance and was gifted to the owner by the…

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Posted on May 15, 2022 at 12:00

Auction: 19th & 20th Century Photography / Dominic Winter Auctioneers / 16 December 2020

Due to new lockdown restrictions Dominic Winter’s photography auction set for 18th November is rescheduled for Wednesday 16th December with a revised viewing period from Monday 7th December (strictly by pre-booked appointment and subject to any revised COVID-19 restrictions). Meanwhile the catalogue is viewable online in various…

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Posted on November 7, 2020 at 17:00

Auction: Photography: From West to East / Dominic Winter Auctioneers / Thursday 3 October

Photography in China is the dominant theme in Dominic Winter’s 320-lot photography sale on 3rd October.

Highlight among the 50 China lots is the notoriously rare Views on the North River (1870) by John Thomson (1837-1921), estimated at £15,000-20,000. But with only 4 copies in…

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Posted on September 22, 2019 at 0:00

Auction: Vintage & Modern Photography / Dominic Winter Auctioneers / Thursday 4 October

Dominic Winter’s latest catalogue for their Vintage & Modern Photography auction is now online. The auction takes place on Thursday 4th November and comprises 300 lots, following on from the first 100-lot session of Postcards, Documents, Autographs & Ephemera which start the sale.

The…

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Posted on September 21, 2018 at 17:30

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