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Splitters [picture] / S.T.G
Bib ID 1445648
Format PicturePicture
Author
Gill, Samuel Thomas, 1818-1880
 
Description Melbne [i.e. Melbourne] : Printed in colors by Hamel & Ferguson, [1864] 
1 print : chromolithograph, col. ; image and text 19.4 x 25.2 cm. 
Series

Gill, Samuel Thomas, 1818-1880. Australian sketchbook.

Notes

Title from inscriptions.

One of the plates in: Australian sketchbook.

Rex Nan Kivell collection, NK2102/16, NK2489/16.

Condition: Page soiled along edges.

S72; U2838 NK2102/16; U2863 NK2489/16; S3256; S3257; S3223.

Subjects Tree felling -- Australia -- Pictorial works.
Other authors/contributors Hamel & Ferguson  |  Gill, Samuel Thomas, 1818-1880

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