C1847

Town of Petre, Wauganui

Artist:

Samuel Charles Brees (1810 - 1865)

The first name of the European settlement was Petre, after Lord Petre, an important officer of the New Zealand Company. It was changed to Wanganui in 1852.

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S/N: PIONZ-019-NZN–225161
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Full Title:

Town of Petre, Wauganui

Date:

C1847

Artist:

Samuel Charles Brees (1810 - 1865)

Condition:

In good condition.

Technique:

Hand coloured engraving.

Image Size: 

88mm 
x 52mm
AUTHENTICITY
Town of Petre, Wauganui - Antique Print from 1847

Genuine antique
dated:

1847

Description:

The first name of the European settlement was Petre, after Lord Petre, an important officer of the New Zealand Company. It was changed to Wanganui in 1852.

Biography:

Samuel Charles Brees (1810 – 1865)

Painter, architect, engineer and entrepreneur. Appointed engineer and surveyor to the New Zealand Co. in 1842. He actively promoted emigration to New Zealand through talks and his own business. These are the finest steel engravings printed of New Zealand. Early and rare.

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