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The photographer of War: Robert Capa
June 27th marks a very special auction held by Be-Hold, which focuses its lens on stunning, groundbreaking photography. Barnebys zooms in on the work of the renowned photographer Robert Capa who covered two of the century’s major wars and thus became one of the 20th century’s most important photojournalists. Here are our top picks.
Literary treasures sold from Barnebys valuation service
Last week, Tamlyns of Somerset held their inaugural dedicated books and maps auction, which proved a roaring success. Amongst the works on paper was two treasures sent in to Barnebys valuation service.
Balls, boots, shirts and flags: Nearly 200 pieces of football memorabilia at auction
Just 6 days in to UEFA Euro 2016, and the games are proving as shocking and beautiful as ever, in true European football style. Iceland are proving to be the unlikely underdogs, the Republic of Ireland are back after only ever qualifying in 1988 and 2012 and we're just moments away from England's match with Wales.
Untranslated: Dan Rawlings at Curious Duke Gallery
East London's Curious Duke Gallery are currently showing Untranslated, the first UK solo show of Dan Rawlings' work. Rawling's mystical metalworks are a true mastery.
Happy 176th birthday to the Penny Black!
On 6th May in 1840, the Penny Black and Mulready Envelopes went into circulation, laying the foundation for today's modern postal service in the United Kingdom.

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JOHN BRYSON, Middle East: Scenes in Gaza Strip and Egypt. ca 1970's. 6 photographs, various sizes from 12 s 8 4/5 -inches to 10 ½ x 8 ¾ -inches. A military station in the Gaza desert, a woman and child in the Egyptian desert, a scene in the Cairo Grand Mosque, and 3 scenes of boats in the Nile. Bryson's Beverly Hills stamp and his Rapho Guillumette stamps plus other notations verso. Be-Hold
A photographer with his camera, CDV by Olsen & Ritzmann, NY.
A photographer with his camera, CDV by Olsen & Ritzmann, NY. Be-Hold
NUDE STEREOSCOPIC DAGUERREOTYPE. The model is posed to show her profile against a plain silver backdrop. It emphasizes her derriérre. The only decorative features are the pillow and bowl on a table peeping in at the right edge. Nicely resealed. [4] Be-Hold
Shell and Orchid, Fresson print by Shiela Metzner.
9 ½" x 12" fresson print image on 14" x 16" sheet. Blindstamped by Michel Fresson on recto. Signed, with "21 of 50, Special Edition New Year 1994" on verso. Be-Hold
The following 15 lots (Lot 113 through to Lot 127) are photographs made of Assiniboin and Upper Yanktonai Sioux people at Wolf Point Agency, on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation, Montana, by S.W. Ormsby, 1898-99. The Assiniboin are among the least-photographed of all tribal people in the United States. This important series is one of the earliest extended collections. S.W. Ormsby, employed at the agency, was also an amateur photographer. Little is known of his life. He was at Wolf Point by 1898, when he copyrighted a few of his images. Chief Wets It, who appears in two photos of the series, traveled with his family and some friends to Omaha for the Trans-Mississippi Exposition during August-October, 1898. Wets It's portrait by the Rinehart-Muhr studio while in Omaha is Lot 43. . Ormsby's series at Wolf Point Agency was made either just before the Assiniboin group departed for Omaha, ca. July 1898, or in the summer following their return. Many of these photographs were not properly fixed, and so are sometimes light and somewhat discolored. Nevertheless they are rare and important. AN AFTERNOON NAP, BY S.W. ORMSBY. 5 1/8 x 7 ¾- inch toned gelatin silver print. No imprint. A family of three men, one woman and two small children have returned to their temporary campsite for lunch and a rest during a powwow. The man lounging in the foreground is still wearing his dancing outfit, with sleigh bells strapped below his knees. Tipis of the main camp are seen in the background. The weather is warm; the occasion was probably the 4th of July, one of the few times when tribal assemblies were permitted by the Indian Department in this period. [3-] Be-Hold
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