Unloading gold from a ship

Victorian illustration to download showing a picture of sailors unloading boxes of gold from their ship, watched by a squad of policemen; an official takes note of the seals and marks on the boxes. This is a depiction of gold arriving from the diggings at Bendigo, Australia, c1853. It was taken to the Bank of England, escorted by mounted police.

#Picture Number TP206

 


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