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Two gold miners heading to Melbourne, Victoria, 1852 / R.W. Jesper
Bib ID 6578781
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline [still image, sheet]
Author
Jesper, R. W. artist
 
Online Versions
Description 1852 
1 drawing : pen, pencil and watercolour ; 5 x 4 cm 
Series

Jesper, R. W. Illustrated memoirs of R.W. Jesper's travels in England, Australia, North America and other countries, 1831-1887.

Notes

Title devised by cataloguer based on inscription.

Part of the collection: Illustrated memoirs of R.W. Jesper's travels in England, Australia, North America and other countries, 1831-1887.

Includes handwritten text below image.

Inscriptions: "To Melbourne"--Below image.

Condition: Yellowing.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-133763859

Subjects Gold miners -- Victoria -- Pictorial works.  |  Victoria -- Pictorial works.
Occupation Gold miners.
Other authors/contributors Jesper, R. W
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