Noyce, E :[Emigrants reading mail from home] / E. Noyce. [68 Basinghall Street, London?, Bauerricher & Co, Between 1852 and 1860]
Reference Number: E-079-003
Three men and a woman inside a pioneer shelter, reading a letter and a newspaper. A pick, spade, basket and guns suggest that they are goldminers. A shelf on the wall holds a parrot and pots and there are pistols below it. A dog sits at the woman's feet.
1 image, categorised under Lithographs, related to E Noyce, Bauerricher and Company (London), Victoria, Parrots, Newspapers, Spades, Emigration and immigration, Dogs, Women, Prospecting - Equipment and supplies, Cockatoos, Gold mines and mining - Australia, Huts, Tobacco pipes, Reading, Pistols and Rifles.
Noyce, E :[Emigrants reading mail from home] / E. Noyce. [68 Basinghall Street, London?, Bauerricher & Co, Between 1852 and 1860], Reference Number E-079-003 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 colour art print(s)Lithograph, hand-coloured, varnished and mounted with embossed gold border page size 230 x 418 mm. Single art work
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