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A journey with colour / Len Cram
Bib ID 86067
Format BookBook
Author
Cram, Len
 
Edition Special collectors ed. 
Description Lightning Ridge, N.S.W. : L. Cram, 1998-2006 
4 v. : ill. (chiefly col.), maps ; 31 cm. 
ISBN 095854140X (volume 1)
0958541450 (volume 2, pt. A)
0958541493 (volume 2, pt. B)
0975721402 (volume 3)
Full contents
  • vol. 1. A history of Queensland opal, 1869-1979.
  • vol. 2, pt. A. A history of White Cliffs opal, 1889-1999.
  • vol. 2, pt. B. A history of Lightning Ridge opal 1873-2003.
  • vol. 3. A history of South Australian opal 1840-2005.
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Subjects Opals -- Australia.  |  Opal mines and mining -- Australia -- History.
Also Titled

History of Queensland opal 1869-1979

History of White Cliffs opal 1889-1999

History of Lightning Ridge opal 1873-2003

History of South Australian opal 1840-2005

Available From PO Box 2, Lightning Ridge NSW 2834 

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