Tūi

Parson bird, Prosthemadera novae zealandiae, Prosthemadera novaezealandiae, Tuis

A large nectar feeding bird with glossy green and black plumage and a tuft of white feathers at the throat. Prosthemadera novaeseelandiae. Two subspecies: novaeseelandiae and chathamensis (Chatham Islands)

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Date: 1784 By: Laurie, Robert, 1755?-1836; Avon Fine Prints; Pictorial Publications Ltd Ref: B-076-018 Description: Shows the tui Sheets of descriptive text Reproduced by courtesy of D G Ellis, Esq Printed by Pictorial Publications No. 4 of an edition limited to 500 p...
Date: 1977 By: Marshall, Janet, 1947-; Marshall Prints Ref: C-083-045 Description: Reproduction of a watercolour of a tui No 18 of limited edition of 1000 numbered and signed copies Same as C-083-045-a Quantity: 1 colour photo-mechanica...
Keulemans, John Gerrard, 1842-1912 :Prosthemadera Novae Zealandiae (Adult and young) [Tui] London, 1873
Date: 1873 From: Buller, Walter Lawry (Sir) 1838-1906 :A history of the birds of New Zealand. 1st ed. London, 1873 By: Keulemans, John Gerrard, 1842-1912 Ref: PUBL-0134-087 Description: A pair of tui seen in profile perched on branches with native clematis in flower. The nearer adult bird shows its full range of plumage colour and a wattle. ...
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Date: 1901 From: [New Zealand Government] :Laying the foundation-stone of the Government Railway Departmental Offices, Wellington, N.Z., by HRH the Duke of Cornwall and York. Wellington, 21st June 1901 / A Howitt NZR, 1901. [Silk programme and paper version] Ref: Eph-B-ROYAL-1901-07-a Description: An arrangement of text interspersed with illustrations of a pair of huia at centre left, and a tui at the lower border, intrerpsersed with clematis and rata...
[New Zealand Government] :Laying the foundation-stone of the Government Railway Departmental Offices, Wellington, N.Z., by HRH the Duke of Cornwall and York. Wellington, 21st June 1901 / A Howitt NZR, 1901. [Paper]
Date: 1901 From: [New Zealand Government] :Laying the foundation-stone of the Government Railway Departmental Offices, Wellington, N.Z., by HRH the Duke of Cornwall and York. Wellington, 21st June 1901 / A Howitt NZR, 1901. [Silk programme and paper version] Ref: Eph-B-Royal-1901-07-b Description: An arrangement of text interspersed with illustrations of a pair of huia at centre left, and a tui at the lower border, interpsersed with clematis and rata. ...
Date: 1939-1940 From: Stratford, Peter : Epsom Trust collection Ref: fMS-Papers-11750-2 Description: E C Kenderdine. Harry H Tombs Limited and Centennial Exhibition, Nov 1939-May 1940 ; certificate of attendance no 9319- [Christchurch] ; Tombs [1939?]. This ...
Date: 1895-1905 From: In the Light of the Past :Photographs of New Zealand stained glass in houses and public buildings Ref: PA12-1438 Description: Most of the windows are of geometric design using unpainted coloured glass. Many of these windows have realistically painted inserts depicting birds on leaf...
Date: 1901 By: Sears, Frederick W, active 1890s-1900s; Turnbull and Palmer (Firm); Morice, Louisa Jane Spotswood, 1873-1957 Ref: A-216-009-d Description: Invitation card showing a lion and British and New Zealand flags at the top, portraits in the top corners of King Edward VII and his wife Queen Alexandra ; m...
Date: 1901 By: Sears, Frederick W, active 1890s-1900s; Turnbull and Palmer (Firm) Ref: A-216-009-a Description: Invitation card showing a lion and British and New Zealand flags at the top, portraits in the top corners of King Edward VII and his wife Queen Alexandra ; m...
Date: 1901 By: Sears, Frederick W, active 1890s-1900s; Turnbull and Palmer (Firm) Ref: A-216-009-b Description: Invitation card showing a lion and British and New Zealand flags at the top, portraits in the top corners of King Edward VII and his wife Queen Alexandra ; m...
Date: 1901 By: Sears, Frederick W, active 1890s-1900s; Turnbull and Palmer (Firm); Usman, R A (Mr), active 1963 Ref: A-216-009-c Description: Invitation card showing a lion and British and New Zealand flags at the top, portraits in the top corners of King Edward VII and his wife Queen Alexandra ; m...
Date: 1901 By: Sears, Frederick W, active 1890s-1900s; Turnbull and Palmer (Firm); Corrigan, D W (Mr), active 1960s-1970s Ref: A-216-009 Description: Invitation card showing a lion and British and New Zealand flags at the top, portraits in the top corners of King Edward VII and his wife Queen Alexandra ; m...
Date: 1990 Ref: H-512 Description: Political cartoons Quantity: 22 photocopy/ies. Physical Description: Photocopies, A4 size
Date: 1993 Ref: Curios-029-040 Description: Shield presented to or by Glen Evans, Mayor of Lower Hutt. The crest features a tui, heraldic helmet, Maori and pakeha, and sailing ship. Other Titles - Cit...
Date: 1969 From: Fleming, Charles Alexander (Sir) 1916-1987 :[Christmas and greetings cards from the Fleming family, and preparatory montages and sketches. 1951-1986]. By: Fleming, Charles Alexander (Sir), 1916-1987; Fleming, Margaret Alison (Lady), 1917-2000 Ref: A-304-017/018 Description: Shows panels relating to the University of Otago centennial, Cook bicentenary, ANZAAS conference, Entomological Society of NZ, YWCA, Whitebaiting at Waikana...
Date: 1890-1905 From: In the Light of the Past :Photographs of New Zealand stained glass in houses and public buildings Ref: PA12-1439 Description: Mostly windows of geometric design using unpainted coloured glass. Many have realistically painted inserts depicting birds on leafy branches. A number of t...
Date: 1939 - 1940 By: Harry H Tombs Ltd; Murray-Oliver, Anthony Audrey St. Clair Murray, 1915-1986 Ref: A-216-017 Description: A certificate with a picture of Wellington on the right, a view of a Maori dwelling with a sailing ship on the left behind a central figure of a woman as Zea...
Date: 1948 From: Forbes, Josephine K, 1917-2005 :[John Lysaght Moore and Sophie Augusta Moore art works]. By: Moore, John Lysaght, 1897-1965 Ref: A-380-036 Description: Shows two tui perched on the branches of a tree. Quantity: 1 watercolour(s). Physical Description: Watercolour, 152 x 205 mm.
Date: 1948 From: Forbes, Josephine K, 1917-2005 :[John Lysaght Moore and Sophie Augusta Moore art works]. By: Moore, John Lysaght, 1897-1965 Ref: A-380-037 Description: Shows a tui perched on a branch of a tree. Quantity: 1 watercolour(s). Physical Description: Watercolour, 154 x 205 mm.
Date: 1950 From: Forbes, Josephine K, 1917-2005 :[John Lysaght Moore and Sophie Augusta Moore art works]. By: Moore, John Lysaght, 1897-1965 Ref: C-141-001 Description: Shows watercolour studies of a tui in twelve different poses, on a branch. The verso shows a pencil sketch "from Major Liddle's [?] photograph". Inscription...