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Ophir at the junction, June 1851 [picture]
Bib ID 333224
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
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Description [London : J. Hogarth, 1851] 
1 print : lithograph, hand col. ; 25.5 x 32.5 cm. 
Notes

Plate no. VI of: Views of the gold regions of Australia drawn on the spot by G.F. Angus.

Title from inscription l.l.; wrongly listed in contents as: Gold diggers arriving at Bathurst on their way to Ophir.

Rex Nan Kivell Collection NK703, NK677.

U5/G; U6/G; S2707 not col.; S9070 not col.

Subjects Gold mines and mining - New South Wales - Ophir - Pictorial works  |  Ophir (N.S.W.)
Other authors/contributors Hogarth, Joseph, active 1833-1849  |  Angas, George French, 1822-1886. Views of the gold regions of Australia drawn on the spot

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