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Chinese sluicing, near Beechworth, Victoria, 1867 [picture] / drawn by Nicholas Chevalier; Frederick Grosse
Bib ID 422267
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
Author
Grosse, Frederick, 1828-1894
 
Online Versions
Description Melbourne : Ebenezer and David Syme, 1867 
1 print : wood engraving ; image 17.5 x 22.4 cm. on sheet 18 x 23.2 cm. 
Series

Australian news for home readers

Notes

Title devised by cataloguer based on inscription.

Condition: Slight foxing.

Cutting from an illustrated newspaper.

Inscriptions: "Chinese sluicing, near Beechworth, from a sketch by N. Chevalier-see page 10"--Printed in medium beneath image.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-135653408

Published in: Australian news for home readers. Melbourne : Ebenezer and David Syme, 1867.

Subjects Gold mines and mining -- Victoria -- Beechworth -- Pictorial works.  |  Chinese -- Victoria -- Beechworth -- Pictorial works.
Other authors/contributors Chevalier, Nicholas, 1828-1902

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