Brett Printing and Publishing Company Ltd :Souvenir of H R H The Prince of Wales visit to New Zealand, Reception in Auckland April 1920. Advance Auckland; Onward New Zealand. Brett litho, Auckland, N.Z.
- Brett Printing and Publishing Company Ltd
Chromolithograph cover of a 28-page souvenir of the visit of Edward Prince of Wales shows an oval inset photograph of the Prince at top centre between a lion and a unicorn and the British and New Zealand flags. Below him is the Prince of Wales plume and motto "Ich dien". The coats of arms of Auckland and New Zealand are shown at left and right of the page. At lower centre is an inset photograph of the HMS "Renown" flanked by two views of the Waitemata Harbour. The border shows a Maori design with Prince of Wales plumes at the four corners. New Zealand clematis, Scottish thistle, and English rose are above and below the pext panel.
Other Titles - His Royal Highness
Quantity: 1 colour art print(s).
Physical Description: Chromolithograph, 200 x 286 mm.
- Additional description
Alternative form available: Scanned from original
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- Partly restricted - Please use surrogate in place of original
- 1 colour art print(s), Works of art, Chromolithographs, Book illustrations, Chromolithograph, 200 x 286 mm., Orientation: Horizontal image
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