C1869

Lanyon Home Station, New South Wales.

Colonial engraving of Lanyon homestead. First occupied by Timothy Beard whose huts were located on the Molonglo River near Queanbeyan and on the site of Lanyon homestead. The homestead was built by Andrew Cunningham from local stone in 1859. Lanyon … Read Full Description

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S/N: ISN-NC-690901249A–198768
(B002)
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Full Title:

Lanyon Home Station, New South Wales.

Date:

C1869

Artist:

Unknown

Condition:

In good condition.

Technique:

Hand coloured engraving.

Image Size: 

210mm 
x 195mm
AUTHENTICITY
Lanyon Home Station, New South Wales. - Antique Print from 1869

Genuine antique
dated:

1869

Description:

Colonial engraving of Lanyon homestead.

First occupied by Timothy Beard whose huts were located on the Molonglo River near Queanbeyan and on the site of Lanyon homestead. The homestead was built by Andrew Cunningham from local stone in 1859. Lanyon was carrying 25,000 sheep by the time of Andrew Cunningham’s death in 1887 and the Cunninghams had acquired five properties. Cunningham’s sons James and Andrew Jackson Cunningham operated the properties in partnership, with James at Tuggeranong and Andrew at Lanyon. In 1905 Andrew Jackson married Louisa Leman and extended and redecorated the homestead. 

From the original edition of The Illustrated Sydney News.  

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