A group of miners stand proudly in front of their claim.
This image is part of the first photographic series of Australian scenes presented for sale to the public. Produced by the studio of Antoine Fauchery and Richard Daintree in 1858, this photograph is one of 53 collectively known as the Fauchery-Daintree Album.
Using the latest collodian wet-plate process, Fauchery and Daintree produced their collection of albumen silver prints at a time when the sales of photographs were flourishing.
Daintree, Richard, 1832-1878 & Fauchery, Antoine 1823-1861, photographers
Washing out a good prospect
photograph : albumen silver ; 14 x 20.6 cm.
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State Library of Victoria