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Lot 2169: Edward Hillsworth, (1867-1941) Bromide print Man with a short clay pipe titled, annotated and signed with initials and dated...

Edward Hillsworth, (1867-1941) Bromide print Man with a short clay pipe titled, annotated and signed with initials and dated '38 in pencil, 29.5cm x 14.25cm and another print, 25cm x 19.5cm (2)Provenance; Edward Hillsworth lived most of his adult life in Basingstoke in Hampshire. He was one of the founder members of the Basingstoke camera club. Most of his photographs were taken in the mid 1920s up to 1938 with some earlier. He entered many competitions and was awarded a number of certificates of merit. Some of his photographs were published and featured in photographic exhibitions. In the Royal photographic Society records on line 1870-1915 there are records of two of his exhibits in 1908 and 1910. Many were developed and printed by himself from glass plates on various papers at home. The collection in this sale comprises over 500 prints divided in to 28 lots. The subjects cover a diverse range and many are mounted on card. Edward Hillsworth lived in a three bedroom terrace house in the centre of the town in Southern Road. They are being sent in for sale by his great nephew. The original glass plates are no longer in existence and the family story says that they were disposed of in the Basingstoke Canal after his death. This is the complete collection of his work as passed down through the family to the present vendor.. CATEGORY: CAMERAS AND PHOTOGRA
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Lot 2170: Edward Hillsworth, (1867-1941) Bromide print The Bulldog Breed labelled verso 26cm x 18cmProvenance; Edward Hillsworth lived...

Edward Hillsworth, (1867-1941) Bromide print The Bulldog Breed labelled verso 26cm x 18cmProvenance; Edward Hillsworth lived most of his adult life in Basingstoke in Hampshire. He was one of the founder members of the Basingstoke camera club. Most of his photographs were taken in the mid 1920s up to 1938 with some earlier. He entered many competitions and was awarded a number of certificates of merit. Some of his photographs were published and featured in photographic exhibitions. In the Royal photographic Society records on line 1870-1915 there are records of two of his exhibits in 1908 and 1910. Many were developed and printed by himself from glass plates on various papers at home. The collection in this sale comprises over 500 prints divided in to 28 lots. The subjects cover a diverse range and many are mounted on card. Edward Hillsworth lived in a three bedroom terrace house in the centre of the town in Southern Road. They are being sent in for sale by his great nephew. The original glass plates are no longer in existence and the family story says that they were disposed of in the Basingstoke Canal after his death. This is the complete collection of his work as passed down through the family to the present vendor.. CATEGORY: CAMERAS AND PHOTOGRA
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Lot 2171: Edward Hillsworth, (1867-1941) Bromide print The Queen of the Harbour titled, annotated and signed with initials and dated...

Edward Hillsworth, (1867-1941) Bromide print The Queen of the Harbour titled, annotated and signed with initials and dated '31 in pencil, 22cm x 16cm and another print Joan and two un-mounted prints of the same subject(4)Provenance; Edward Hillsworth lived most of his adult life in Basingstoke in Hampshire. He was one of the founder members of the Basingstoke camera club. Most of his photographs were taken in the mid 1920s up to 1938 with some earlier. He entered many competitions and was awarded a number of certificates of merit. Some of his photographs were published and featured in photographic exhibitions. In the Royal photographic Society records on line 1870-1915 there are records of two of his exhibits in 1908 and 1910. Many were developed and printed by himself from glass plates on various papers at home. The collection in this sale comprises over 500 prints divided in to 28 lots. The subjects cover a diverse range and many are mounted on card. Edward Hillsworth lived in a three bedroom terrace house in the centre of the town in Southern Road. They are being sent in for sale by his great nephew. The original glass plates are no longer in existence and the family story says that they were disposed of in the Basingstoke Canal after his death. This is the complete collection of his work as passed down through the family to the present vendor.. CATEGORY: CAMERAS AND PHOTOGRA
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Lot 2172: Edward Hillsworth, (1867-1941) Bromide print Furrowed by toil, by wind and sea engraved labelled verso, 20cm x 11.5cmand...

Edward Hillsworth, (1867-1941) Bromide print Furrowed by toil, by wind and sea engraved labelled verso, 20cm x 11.5cmand another print, (2)Provenance; Edward Hillsworth lived most of his adult life in Basingstoke in Hampshire. He was one of the founder members of the Basingstoke camera club. Most of his photographs were taken in the mid 1920s up to 1938 with some earlier. He entered many competitions and was awarded a number of certificates of merit. Some of his photographs were published and featured in photographic exhibitions. In the Royal photographic Society records on line 1870-1915 there are records of two of his exhibits in 1908 and 1910. Many were developed and printed by himself from glass plates on various papers at home. The collection in this sale comprises over 500 prints divided in to 28 lots. The subjects cover a diverse range and many are mounted on card. Edward Hillsworth lived in a three bedroom terrace house in the centre of the town in Southern Road. They are being sent in for sale by his great nephew. The original glass plates are no longer in existence and the family story says that they were disposed of in the Basingstoke Canal after his death. This is the complete collection of his work as passed down through the family to the present vendor.. CATEGORY: CAMERAS AND PHOTOGRA
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Lot 2173: Edward Hillsworth, (1867-1941) Bromide print The Smoker labelled verso, 24.5cm x 18.5cm another Derby titled, annotated and...

Edward Hillsworth, (1867-1941) Bromide print The Smoker labelled verso, 24.5cm x 18.5cm another Derby titled, annotated and signed with initials and dated 1936 in pencil, 21cm x 14625cm and Alas! The fleeting years 22.5cm x 17.5cm (3)Provenance; Edward Hillsworth lived most of his adult life in Basingstoke in Hampshire. He was one of the founder members of the Basingstoke camera club. Most of his photographs were taken in the mid 1920s up to 1938 with some earlier. He entered many competitions and was awarded a number of certificates of merit. Some of his photographs were published and featured in photographic exhibitions. In the Royal photographic Society records on line 1870-1915 there are records of two of his exhibits in 1908 and 1910. Many were developed and printed by himself from glass plates on various papers at home. The collection in this sale comprises over 500 prints divided in to 28 lots. The subjects cover a diverse range and many are mounted on card. Edward Hillsworth lived in a three bedroom terrace house in the centre of the town in Southern Road. They are being sent in for sale by his great nephew. The original glass plates are no longer in existence and the family story says that they were disposed of in the Basingstoke Canal after his death. This is the complete collection of his work as passed down through the family to the present vendor.. CATEGORY: CAMERAS AND PHOTOGRA
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Lot 2174: Edward Hillsworth, (1867-1941) Mixed lot of approximately 33 mounted and unmounted character studies Provenance; Edward Hillsworth...

Edward Hillsworth, (1867-1941) Mixed lot of approximately 33 mounted and unmounted character studies Provenance; Edward Hillsworth lived most of his adult life in Basingstoke in Hampshire. He was one of the founder members of the Basingstoke camera club. Most of his photographs were taken in the mid 1920s up to 1938 with some earlier. He entered many competitions and was awarded a number of certificates of merit. Some of his photographs were published and featured in photographic exhibitions. In the Royal photographic Society records on line 1870-1915 there are records of two of his exhibits in 1908 and 1910. Many were developed and printed by himself from glass plates on various papers at home. The collection in this sale comprises over 500 prints divided in to 28 lots. The subjects cover a diverse range and many are mounted on card. Edward Hillsworth lived in a three bedroom terrace house in the centre of the town in Southern Road. They are being sent in for sale by his great nephew. The original glass plates are no longer in existence and the family story says that they were disposed of in the Basingstoke Canal after his death. This is the complete collection of his work as passed down through the family to the present vendor.. CATEGORY: CAMERAS AND PHOTOGRA
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Lot 2175: Edward Hillsworth, (1867-1941) Bromide print Ploughing in Essex titled, annotated and signed with initials and dated 1937...

Edward Hillsworth, (1867-1941) Bromide print Ploughing in Essex titled, annotated and signed with initials and dated 1937 in pencil, 20cm x 29.5cm, another print 18cm x 24cm, and two unmounted prints Harvest, 18cm x 24cm and Good Friends signed and annotated in pencil verso, 18cm x 23.5cm with two other prints (8)Provenance; Edward Hillsworth lived most of his adult life in Basingstoke in Hampshire. He was one of the founder members of the Basingstoke camera club. Most of his photographs were taken in the mid 1920s up to 1938 with some earlier. He entered many competitions and was awarded a number of certificates of merit. Some of his photographs were published and featured in photographic exhibitions. In the Royal photographic Society records on line 1870-1915 there are records of two of his exhibits in 1908 and 1910. Many were developed and printed by himself from glass plates on various papers at home. The collection in this sale comprises over 500 prints divided in to 28 lots. The subjects cover a diverse range and many are mounted on card. Edward Hillsworth lived in a three bedroom terrace house in the centre of the town in Southern Road. They are being sent in for sale by his great nephew. The original glass plates are no longer in existence and the family story says that they were disposed of in the Basingstoke Canal after his death. This is the complete collection of his work as passed down through the family to the present vendor.. CATEGORY: CAMERAS AND PHOTOGRA
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Lot 2176: Edward Hillsworth, (1867-1941) Bromide print A Surrey Farmstead titled, annotated and signed with initials and dated 1931...

Edward Hillsworth, (1867-1941) Bromide print A Surrey Farmstead titled, annotated and signed with initials and dated 1931 in pencil, 16cm x 20cm, The Lock labelled verso, 13cm x 25cm, and a silver gelatine print Umbrellas to mend labelled verso 11cm x 15cm together with a collection of agricultural studies, (approx 45)Provenance; Edward Hillsworth lived most of his adult life in Basingstoke in Hampshire. He was one of the founder members of the Basingstoke camera club. Most of his photographs were taken in the mid 1920s up to 1938 with some earlier. He entered many competitions and was awarded a number of certificates of merit. Some of his photographs were published and featured in photographic exhibitions. In the Royal photographic Society records on line 1870-1915 there are records of two of his exhibits in 1908 and 1910. Many were developed and printed by himself from glass plates on various papers at home. The collection in this sale comprises over 500 prints divided in to 28 lots. The subjects cover a diverse range and many are mounted on card. Edward Hillsworth lived in a three bedroom terrace house in the centre of the town in Southern Road. They are being sent in for sale by his great nephew. The original glass plates are no longer in existence and the family story says that they were disposed of in the Basingstoke Canal after his death. This is the complete collection of his work as passed down through the family to the present vendor.. CATEGORY: CAMERAS AND PHOTOGRA
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Lot 2177: Edward Hillsworth, (1867-1941) Bromide print The Inner Harbour Polperro titled, annotated and signed with initials and dated...

Edward Hillsworth, (1867-1941) Bromide print The Inner Harbour Polperro titled, annotated and signed with initials and dated 1931 in pencil, 15.5cm x 20.5cmcm, The School for Scandal labelled verso, 16.5cm x 20.5cm, and three other prints of Polperro (5)Provenance; Edward Hillsworth lived most of his adult life in Basingstoke in Hampshire. He was one of the founder members of the Basingstoke camera club. Most of his photographs were taken in the mid 1920s up to 1938 with some earlier. He entered many competitions and was awarded a number of certificates of merit. Some of his photographs were published and featured in photographic exhibitions. In the Royal photographic Society records on line 1870-1915 there are records of two of his exhibits in 1908 and 1910. Many were developed and printed by himself from glass plates on various papers at home. The collection in this sale comprises over 500 prints divided in to 28 lots. The subjects cover a diverse range and many are mounted on card. Edward Hillsworth lived in a three bedroom terrace house in the centre of the town in Southern Road. They are being sent in for sale by his great nephew. The original glass plates are no longer in existence and the family story says that they were disposed of in the Basingstoke Canal after his death. This is the complete collection of his work as passed down through the family to the present vendor.. CATEGORY: CAMERAS AND PHOTOGRA
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Lot 2178: Edward Hillsworth, (1867-1941) Bromide print Landing the catch inscribed verso, 17cm x 21cm, The last low rays their Benediction...

Edward Hillsworth, (1867-1941) Bromide print Landing the catch inscribed verso, 17cm x 21cm, The last low rays their Benediction give (Rye Harbour) titled, annotated and signed with initials and dated 1936 in pencil, 24.5cm x 19.5cm, The Haven under the hills 1931 24cm x 20cm The Empty Mooring 1937, 17.5cm x 23.5cm and two others(6)Provenance; Edward Hillsworth lived most of his adult life in Basingstoke in Hampshire. He was one of the founder members of the Basingstoke camera club. Most of his photographs were taken in the mid 1920s up to 1938 with some earlier. He entered many competitions and was awarded a number of certificates of merit. Some of his photographs were published and featured in photographic exhibitions. In the Royal photographic Society records on line 1870-1915 there are records of two of his exhibits in 1908 and 1910. Many were developed and printed by himself from glass plates on various papers at home. The collection in this sale comprises over 500 prints divided in to 28 lots. The subjects cover a diverse range and many are mounted on card. Edward Hillsworth lived in a three bedroom terrace house in the centre of the town in Southern Road. They are being sent in for sale by his great nephew. The original glass plates are no longer in existence and the family story says that they were disposed of in the Basingstoke Canal after his death. This is the complete collection of his work as passed down through the family to the present vendor.. CATEGORY: CAMERAS AND PHOTOGRA
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