The Victoria gold ready reckoner carefully revised : commencing at £3 and terminating at £4 5s. 9d per ounce
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- 4th ed.
- Melbourne : Sands and McDougall, 1864
- 218 p. of tables ; 11cm.
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- Sands & McDougall Limited
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- Sands & Mcdougall's Victorian gold reckoner
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