C1884

Sheepwashing in Victoria at Messrs. Carter Bros. Station, Glenisla, Western District.

Rare engraving of sheep washing on Glenisla Station Via Cavendish, on the Henty Highway, Southern Grampians. Glenisla squatting run was established in 1843 by a Scotsman named Simpson who named the run after a kirkdom near Balmoral, Scotland. In 1860 Charles … Read Full Description

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S/N: AS-AA-840728125–232741
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Full Title:

Sheepwashing in Victoria at Messrs. Carter Bros. Station, Glenisla, Western District.

Date:

C1884

Artist:

Unknown

Condition:

In good condition.

Technique:

Hand coloured engraving.

Image Size: 

225mm 
x 150mm

Paper Size: 

263mm 
x 197mm
AUTHENTICITY
Sheepwashing in Victoria at Messrs. Carter Bros. Station, Glenisla, Western District. - Antique View from 1884

Genuine antique
dated:

1884

Description:

Rare engraving of sheep washing on Glenisla Station Via Cavendish, on the Henty Highway, Southern Grampians. Glenisla squatting run was established in 1843 by a Scotsman named Simpson who named the run after a kirkdom near Balmoral, Scotland. In 1860 Charles Carter and Sons acquired the run.

From the original edition of The Australasian Sketcher.

Collections:
State Library Victoria: Accession no: A/S28/07/84/125

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