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Ophir Sydney Harbour Stereoview George Rose

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Duke of York Celebrations, Sydney. The Ophir in Sydney Harbour


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Antique print relating to Australia


RMS Ophir was a twin-screw ocean liner of the Orient Steam Navigation Company of London, which worked company's London - Aden - Colombo - Australia route from 1891. In 1901 she served as the Royal yacht HMS Ophir. she took the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York (the future King George V and Queen Mary) on their tour of the British Empire. The visit was scheduled to open the new Federal Parliament in Melbourne, Australia. George Rose was an Australian photographer famous for his stereoviews. Reverse blank. One mark in border of photograph.

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artist Rose's Stereoscopic Views
method Stereoview - silver gelatin photograph
date C1901
size 100mm by 177mm (card)
SKU AU7387