Framed Prints

I was sent this photo a few days ago all the way from Indialantic, Florida USA, showing prints from the collection giving a bedroom a kiwi look. Thanks for sharing Jennifer!  


To mark ANZAC Day here in New Zealand, here are some photos from the collection showing War Memorials from around the country.


They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning,
We will remember them.

Grab One Deal 10 April 2013

I’ll be running a few deals of tomorrow (Wed). These deals will be available nationwide.

  • One 8×12″ print for $15, $25 for two or $35 for three, including nationwide delivery.
  • $110 for one framed and matted photographic 8×12″ print (overall size when framed of 300x400mm), $190 for two, or $250 for three, including nationwide delivery.

The Frames are available in a choice of black or white – mats are also black or white.

Old Photos Framed print with white frame and acid free matt Grab One Deal

Price List

I’ve added a PDF of the current price list for download

View Pricelist as PDF (231 KB)

Auckland Panoramic

I’ve added a set of images to the collection which date back to 1912. They are a set of photos taken by the Auckland photographer Henry Winklemann, who was a prolific photographer and captured many scenes of Auckland at the start of the last century.

He was born in the UK in 1860 and moved to New Zealand 1978. Following a career working for the Bank of New Zealand, he set himself up as a photographer, with a studio in Victoria Arcade.

His collection is now almost entirely online via Auckland City Library. To view his work click here

Here are images of the original glass plates, which Winklemann exposed from the tower of the then new Ferry Building on Friday 19 July 1912:


The panorama was published shortly afterwards in a supplement to the Auckland Weekly News (01 AUGUST 1912 – p009)


The images were produced as a series of 6 postcards. The scene was hand coloured for publishing.


I’ve scanned and merged the individual postcards to create a single panoramic image, which is now available as a print.



They are in the collection as colour and black and white images here.

New Site Online

The site has been successfully updated. There’s a heap of ‘new’ content and its going to get added to again quiet soon.

new site

So long old site 🙂