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Ophir, Summer Hill Creek [picture] / G.F. Angus
Bib ID 2063082
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
Author
Angas, George French, 1822-1886
 
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Printer ([Sydney : Kemp and Fairfax Printers])
Description [Sydney (George Street) : Woolcott and Clarke, 1851] 
1 print : lithograph ; 24.2 x 34 cm. 
Series

Rex Nan Kivell Collection ; NK672.

Notes

Plate no. 6 of: Six views of the gold field of Ophir.

Rex Nan Kivell Collection NK672.

S9065; U1138 NK672 hand col.; S214.

Subjects Gold mines and mining - New South Wales - Ophir - Pictorial works.  |  Ophir (N.S.W.) - Pictorial works.  |  Picture - New South Wales - 1851-1900.
Other authors/contributors Angas, George French, 1822-1886. Six views of the gold field of Ophir  |  Kemp and Fairfax Printers  |  Woolcott and Clarke

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PIC Solander Box A23 #S214 Pictures & Manuscripts Reading Room
PIC Volume 528 #U1138 NK672 Pictures & Manuscripts Reading Room
PIC Volume 607 #S9065 Pictures & Manuscripts Reading Room

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