Artist unknown :Mr Punch, as chief of the Board of Commerce, receiving the ambassadors of His Celestial Majesty the Brother of the Sun on his Mission to open negotiations with Otago. [Dunedin punch, 23 September 1865].
Shows Mr Punch raising his hat to welcome members of a Chinese delegation, dressed in traditional oriental robes. In the background is a harbour with sailing ships.
Also reproduced in Ian Grant's 'The unauthorised version' (1980).
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Quantity: 1 b&w photo-mechanical print(s).
Physical Description: Engraving in newspaper, size unknown.
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