Illustrated London news :Conference of Lieutenant-Governor Wynyard and native chiefs in Coromandel Harbour. The New Zealand Gold Field. [after Charles Heaphy]. London, 1853.
- 1852 - 1853
- Illustrated London news (Newspaper); Heaphy, Charles, 1820-1881
Looking down from above onto a bustling scene with huts, tents and other temporary shelters, canoes drawn up on the beach and many Maori and Pakeha, with both canoes and European boat and ships out in the harbour. The occasion is the opening of the Coromandel gold fields in October 1852.
Based on a watercolour by Charles Heaphy, 'Committee at Patapata'. The original watercolour is located in the British Library.
Engraving also at E-372-f-034-1.
Quantity: 1 b&w art print(s).
Physical Description: Wood engraving, 150 x 230 mm
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