Highlights of the current list are numerous signed items, including Walsh's Bradshaw Art of the Kimberley (2000); Spencer and Gillen's first book, The Native Tribes of Central Australia (1899) with the provenance of Bishop Gilbert White, H.J. Hillier, and T.G.H. Strehlow; an original Len Beadell watercolour drawing; inscribed and signed copies of the first editions of Ion Idriess's Drums of Mer (1933) and Must Australia Fight? (1939) (among ten Idriess first editions); and the rare portfolio Visions of Adelaide (1988, one of only 60 copies, none for sale) with signed lithographs by Yvonne Boag, Keith Cowlam, Barbara Hanrahan, Dee Jones, and Hossein Valamanesh.
Important photographs include Townsend Duryea's very rare Adelaide Album (1867); an extensive album by Captain Samuel Sweet, South Australia - Country Scenes and Stock and Station Views (1880s); and an album of A Few Views taken during a Walking Tour over the Australian Alps. May 1921.
Militaria, art, literature, antiquarian books, trade catalogues and ephemera are included in the balance of the catalogue.