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Auction: Photography / Wednesday 4 October

Dominic Winter's biannual auction of Photography takes place at their salerooms in Gloucestershire on Wednesday 4 October. The sale comprises 140 lots (297-347) and includes a mixture of 19th and 20th century material from salt prints and daguerreotypes to Polaroids and C-prints. Estimates for single and group lots range from £100 to £5000. Catalogues are available in various digital formats and can be accessed at the auctioneers' website. 

Official viewing takes place Tuesday 3 October, 9-6 and morning of sale from 9am. The sale starts at 10am with lot 1 and the Photography section is estimated to start at about 1.30pm. Bidding can be made in person, by phone, commission and online in real time (additional charges apply).

Pictured here is one photograph from an album of approximately 470 photographs by W. Rausch of Bulawayo. Covering the period from the time of the Second Matabele War to the Second Boer War, 1896-1900 the monstrous 16.5kg album is a veritable archive for the work of the Rausch studio. Estimate £3000-5000.

For further information and enquiries please contact Chris Albury / 01285 860006

Dominic Winter Auctioneers, Mallard House, Broadway Lane, South Cerney, Cirencester, Gloucestershire GL7 5UQ

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