The New South Wales Court, (from the south nave) The New South Wales court, as seen from the South Nave, presents an extremely crowded appearance, in consequence of the large number of exhibits by colonial manufacturers. In the foreground is the fine display of mineral specimens shown by the colonial Department of Mines, also stamping apparatus from the Sydney Mint [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 New South Wales Court, (from the south nave) The New South Wales court, as seen from the South Nave, presents an extremely crowded appearance, in consequence of the large number of exhibits by colonial manufacturers. In the foreground is the fine display of mineral specimens shown by the colonial Department of Mines, also stamping apparatus from the Sydney Mint Retrieved May 26, 2022, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-140660817

MLA citation

Richards and Co. (Sydney, N.S.W.). The New South Wales Court, (from the south nave) The New South Wales court, as seen from the South Nave, presents an extremely crowded appearance, in consequence of the large number of exhibits by colonial manufacturers. In the foreground is the fine display of mineral specimens shown by the colonial Department of Mines, also stamping apparatus from the Sydney Mint Sydney: Richards & Co, 1880. Web. 26 May 2022 <http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-140660817>

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Richards and Co. (Sydney, N.S.W.). 1880, The New South Wales Court, (from the south nave) The New South Wales court, as seen from the South Nave, presents an extremely crowded appearance, in consequence of the large number of exhibits by colonial manufacturers. In the foreground is the fine display of mineral specimens shown by the colonial Department of Mines, also stamping apparatus from the Sydney Mint Richards & Co, Sydney viewed 26 May 2022 http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-140660817

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