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[The ship 'Ringaroom'] [The ship 'Ringaroom']
Painting on paper, with card backing. Sail / steamer 'Ringaroom' with a boat behind at left.
Sketch of the store in Nelson, New Zealand Sketch of the store in Nelson, New Zealand
Painting on paper, with paper backing. Water and three boats in forgeground, with row of buildings behind, and hills in background.
Country church Country church
Watercolour painting on paper with card backing. The painting depicts a view across woodland toward a church. In the foreground on the left is a tree stump surrounded by grasses. On the right is a pond, with a dirt mound in the middle on top of which is a horizontal log. In the middle ground are tall trees and two tree stumps. In the background is a small church with a central nave and two small protruding gabled sections, one at the side and one at the end of the building. There is a low fence in front of the church. To the right is a second building. In the distance are a series of hill ranges, and sky.

At the bottom of the composition is 'MUNTZ' and 'MUNTZ' and '20 x 14'
Comet Comet
Oil painting on board. The painting is a night scene looking over the Boulder Bank to Tasman Bay and hills beyond. In the foreground is a stand of trees. In the middle-distance is a body of water, with a line running through it from the left, representing the Boulder Bank. In the background is a mountain range. The sky is blue black and has two long white streaks representing the tail of a comet, as well as multiple white spots, representing stars. The painting has a dark palette of colours.

The painting is signed 'EC Harris'.
[The Albion Wharf, Nelson] [The Albion Wharf, Nelson]
Unmounted painting on paper. Port scene with figures on wharf, and boats in harbour behind.
View of Nelson Haven, Tasman's Gulf, New Zealand View of Nelson Haven, Tasman's Gulf, New Zealand
Unmounted painting on paper, with border margins. Building and six tents in foreground, and boats in haven behind.
Sketch of A. Fell's house Sketch of A. Fell's house
Unmounted drawing on paper, pencil drawing, Fell's house at right, set in gardens.
Dr. Renwick's house, with cacti Dr. Renwick's house, with cacti
Watercolour painting on paper, with card backing. The painting depicts a single storey cottage and gardens. In the foreground is a lawn and gardens. A pathway curves from near the bottom left corner across to the right middle-ground. On either side of the path are small raised garden beds with small plants and shrubs. To the right of the picture is an archway over the path, and at the pictures right edge a large plant with long, lance-shaped leaves with toothed margins. There is another archway further back in the picture covered with vegetation. In the middle-distance is a cottage with two sets of French doors and a veranda. The veranda has a series of columns, the criss-cross design echoing the patterns in the archways. The French doors on the right are open. There is a prominent brick chimney on top of the cottage and a second smaller chimney with a funnel and brown smoke. There are various trees, shrubs and potted plants about the cottage. In the background are rolling hills and a blue sky and white clouds above the hills.

The painting is signed "J.W. SAXTON."
[Landscapes with Nelson Cathedral] [Landscapes with Nelson Cathedral]
Unmounted painting on paper. View of Old Christ Church at left, with house at right, and hills behind.
[Nelson from Church Hill] [Nelson from Church Hill]
Unmounted painting on paper. View looking down Trafalgar Street toward the sea and windmill from Church Hill.
[Nelson from above Saltwater Bridge] [Nelson from above Saltwater Bridge]
Painting on paper with card backing. Landscape with man and two cattle in foreground right, overlooking Nelson town. The Old Christ Church is at centre left.
Nelson from above Saltwater Bridge, 1845 Nelson from above Saltwater Bridge, 1845
Painting on paper, with paper backing. View of Nelson township, Maori and European people at left lower edge. Includes detailed key of buildings.
Nelson Jubilee Celebration. Nelson Jubilee Celebration.
Unmounted painting on paper. View of Trafalgar Street with crowds, and flags.
[Nelson from Church Hill looking east] [Nelson from Church Hill looking east]
Painting on paper with card backing. Semi rural scene showing houses at left and right, with paddock and cattle between. Resembles Maitai / Brook area.
The town and part of the harbour of Nelson in 1842, about a year after its first foundation The town and part of the harbour of Nelson in 1842, about a year after its first foundation
Sepia and black print on card backing, in three sections, joined at sides. Possibly discoloured. View from Shelbourne Street with named buildings. Women washing at foreground left and makeshift accomodation at centre.
View of Nelson Haven in Tasman's Gulf, New Zealand including part of a site of the intended town of Nelson View of Nelson Haven in Tasman's Gulf, New Zealand including part of a site of the intended town of Nelson
Handcoloured lithograph on paper, mounted on canvas stretcher. View of Nelson town.
[Coastal landscape] [Coastal landscape]
Unmounted painting on board, in brown tones. Landscape with beach at foreground, and baches and hills in the distance.
Henry Seymour esq., M.L.C. Henry Seymour esq., M.L.C.
Lithograph in black and white on a rectangular sheet of cream paper, with border margins along top and sides, and wider border margin at the bottom. The print depicts a three quarter length portrait of a seated Henry Seymour esq M.L.C. (Member of the Legislative Council). His gaze does not meet the viewer. He sits sideways in a chair, one arm on the back of the chair and one hand on his lap. He sits with his legs crossed at the knee. He wears a jacket, waistcoat, shirt with a high collar and necktie, and pants.

The print is signed, titled and dedicated "J.S. Stott direx", "Day & Son lithographers to the Queen", "Henry Seymour esq M.L.C.", "Nelson, New Zealand." and "Yours very faithfully H. Seymour".
[Portrait of Walter Scott, 1771-1832] [Portrait of Walter Scott, 1771-1832]
Lithograph printed in black ink on rectangular sheet of cream paper, with border margins along top and sides, and wider border margin at the bottom. The print depicts a three quarter length picture of a seated Walter Scott (1771-1832) and dog. He sits with both hands on a cane propped up between his legs. He has short hair. He wears a jacket, waistcoat, shirt and necktie, and pants. The dog has a collar around its neck and sits by Scott’s leg. In the background hills, sky, and a tree are depicted.

The print is titled "SIR [illegible] BAR.T", signed “Painted by J.W. Gordon" and "Engraved by W. Holl”.
Edward Gibbon Wakefield Edward Gibbon Wakefield
Engraving printed in black on a rectangular sheet of cream paper with backing. The print depicts a head and shoulders portrait of Edward Gibbon Wakefield (1796 – 1862). His gaze does not meet the viewer. He has short hair and long sideburns. He wears a double breasted jacket and a high necked collar and necktie that covers his neck up to the chin.

Edward Gibbon Wakefield was a British politician and the driving force behind much of the early colonization of South Australia and New Zealand.

The print is signed, dated and titled "Proof Engraved by B. Holl from a drawing by A. Wivell 1823 in the pofsefsion [sic] of d'an Wakefield esq. London. Published Nov 1st 1826 by M. Colnaghi, 23 Cockspur St".
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