The Queen's plate from Windsor Castle The case shown in the accompanying photograph contains artistic electrotype reproductions, by the department of Science and Art, London, of two massive silver tables, and a fire-dog, belonging to her Majesty the Queen. One of these tables was made for Charles II., the other for William III. Both are of rich design, remarkably fine workmanship, and valuable as works of ornamental art [picture] / edited by John Plummer ; Richards & Co

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Richards and Co. (Sydney, N.S.W.)
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PIC P2113/1-36 Album 132
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Sydney : Richards & Co., 1880
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1 of 1 album (36 photographs) ; 25.5 x 22 cm.
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Richards and Co. (Sydney, N.S.W.). (1880). The Queen's plate from Windsor Castle The case shown in the accompanying photograph contains artistic electrotype reproductions, by the department of Science and Art, London, of two massive silver tables, and a fire-dog, belonging to her Majesty the Queen. One of these tables was made for Charles II., the other for William III. Both are of rich design, remarkably fine workmanship, and valuable as works of ornamental art Retrieved January 29, 2022, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-140659611

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Richards and Co. (Sydney, N.S.W.). The Queen's plate from Windsor Castle The case shown in the accompanying photograph contains artistic electrotype reproductions, by the department of Science and Art, London, of two massive silver tables, and a fire-dog, belonging to her Majesty the Queen. One of these tables was made for Charles II., the other for William III. Both are of rich design, remarkably fine workmanship, and valuable as works of ornamental art Sydney: Richards & Co, 1880. Web. 29 January 2022 <http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-140659611>

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Richards and Co. (Sydney, N.S.W.). 1880, The Queen's plate from Windsor Castle The case shown in the accompanying photograph contains artistic electrotype reproductions, by the department of Science and Art, London, of two massive silver tables, and a fire-dog, belonging to her Majesty the Queen. One of these tables was made for Charles II., the other for William III. Both are of rich design, remarkably fine workmanship, and valuable as works of ornamental art Richards & Co, Sydney viewed 29 January 2022 http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-140659611

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