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5 ORIGINAL AMATEUR PHOTOS SUEZ CANAL DREDGE SUEZ STATION FELUCCA c1910 #20 for Sale - Egypt Art Site

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5 ORIGINAL AMATEUR PHOTOS SUEZ CANAL DREDGE SUEZ STATION FELUCCA c1910 #20 For Sale

 5 ORIGINAL AMATEUR PHOTOS SUEZ CANAL DREDGE SUEZ STATION FELUCCA c1910 #20


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5 ORIGINAL AMATEUR PHOTOS SUEZ CANAL DREDGE SUEZ STATION FELUCCA c1910 #20:
$9.88


    We are both the oldest surviving members of our families. As life-long collectors, and inheritors from those who have Gone Before, we must move on some of our Stuff before that (hopefully far-off) day when it becomes our children’s responsibility. Happy to combine for cheaper postage but PLEASE WAIT for combined invoice from me or ask me for one; postage discounts can only be given on combined purchases paid for on a single invoice. PLEASE NOTE: IT IS NO LONGER POSSIBLE TO ISSUE REFUNDS FOR EXCESS POSTAGE ONCE YOU HAVE PAID.


    These are mostly postcard size candid photos taken and I would assume developed by the amateur photographer. They were in an album secured by small strips of stamp edging – I have left the strips there on some rather than do damage by trying to remove them but I imagine they could be soaked off quite quickly. Very few have captions on the back but most were grouped on pages with a caption on the bottom – so I have grouped those together. The only date mentioned is 1910 so probably they were all taken 1900-1910. Most are around ordinary postcard size 14 x 9 cms. After a great deal of Googling I have determined they came from the family of Finlay & Esther nee Defries, who had 5 children in Sydney 1888-1899. Finlay McLean worked at Peapes & Co, George St Sydney. Whether he was the photographer, or it was one of his sons Harold born 1888 or Sidney born 1891, I don’t know. The family lived at Addison Rd Manly when Esther died in 1906. Happy to combine for cheaper postage.


    Obviously taken on an overseas trip. I would assume c1910 like the rest.

    5 ORIGINAL AMATEUR PHOTOS SUEZ CANAL DREDGE SUEZ STATION FELUCCA c1910 #202 titled Suez Station – no idea. Can’t see anything that looks like a train or railway lines. 2 titled Suez Canal Dredge. One titled Felucca (sail boat).


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