12 unnumbered chromolithographs mounted on stiff white sheets, with
Troedel’s blind-stamped mark in the margins and printed captions on the verso
of each plate; original cloth portfolio lettered as above on front cover.
Melbourne, C. Troedel, . Melbourne, C. Troedel, 1865.
chromlithograpy depicting the wilderness regions of Victoria
Chevalier was the first significant artist to use chromolithography in
is a fine and richly-coloured copy of an important nineteenth century
Australian colour plate book.
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