Fossils of Victoria, uppermost tertiary formation, typolites in ferrugs. sandste. at Flemington, 2m. N. fr. Melbourne [picture / engraved by Redaway & Sons; W.v. Blandowski, Australia

Creator
J. Redaway & Sons
Call Number
PIC Drawer 5032 #S6589
Created/Published
[Melbourne : s.n., 1855 or 1856]
Extent
1 print : engraving ; plate mark 25.4 x 17.3 cm.
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J. Redaway & Sons & Blandowski, William. (1855). Fossils of Victoria, uppermost tertiary formation, typolites in ferrugs. sandste. at Flemington, 2m. N. fr. Melbourne Retrieved January 28, 2023, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-133241538

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J. Redaway & Sons and Blandowski, William. Fossils of Victoria, uppermost tertiary formation, typolites in ferrugs. sandste. at Flemington, 2m. N. fr. Melbourne [Melbourne: , 1855. Web. 28 January 2023 <http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-133241538>

Harvard/Australian citation

J. Redaway & Sons & Blandowski, William. 1855, Fossils of Victoria, uppermost tertiary formation, typolites in ferrugs. sandste. at Flemington, 2m. N. fr. Melbourne , [Melbourne viewed 28 January 2023 http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-133241538

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1878
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1866
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