Category Archives: Frank Gee Duff

Mrs Irvine’s Tasmanian Exhibition passes

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This identity pass (recto and verso) to the Tasmanian International Exhibition, Launceston, 1891-1892, belonged to Jemima Frances Irvine, artist and conchologist. The verso bears the official government insignia of the Lion and Unicorn, biotica used on the British Royal Coat … Continue reading

Frank Gee Duff portraits of women

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This is one of several exquisite portraits of young women in their early twenties, each holding a different type of flower, which were taken at the studio of Frank Gee Duff, Charles St. Launceston, sometime between 1888 and 1895. The … Continue reading