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Cartoonist unknown :The Chinese bubble burst, or the flight of the Chinese ambassador on hearing of the success of the West Coast expedition. Dunedin Punch, 28 October 1865 (p.157).

Reference Number: J-065-011

A street scene showing the Chinese ambassador in full Chinese robes running away from a gold-miner.

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Cartoons (Commentary) and Wood engravings, related to New Zealand Punch (Dunedin) (Periodical), West Coast Region, Ambassadors, Emigration and immigration, Gold mines and mining - New Zealand - West Coast Region and Chinese - New Zealand.

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Cartoonist unknown :The Chinese bubble burst, or the flight of the Chinese ambassador on hearing of the success of the West Coast expedition. Dunedin Punch, 28 October 1865 (p.157)., Reference Number J-065-011 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 cartoon bromide(s)A5 size bromide photograph. Single art work

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