Ersteling [sic] : the first gold mine in the Transvaal, 1870

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dc.description Unsigned. Indian ink on paper. 20.5 x 30 cm. Several pin marks, creases and small tears. Has been folded. en_ZA
dc.description.abstract Original contemporary pen and ink sketch of Eersteling, the first payable gold mine in the Transvaal, established by Edward Button in 1870. From Button Family sources and the Collection of Dennis Godfrey (See Historical papers HP 695). Verso inscription "... sent by Mrs Parker Button, 40 Kerk St. Johannesburg. [Addressed to] Mrs Westgate 20 Harrow Road, Yoeville. en_ZA
dc.language.iso en en_ZA
dc.relation.ispartofseries Cullwall;260
dc.relation.ispartofseries Button. Cullwall;260
dc.subject Gold mines, South Africa, Transvaal, drawings en_ZA
dc.subject Eersteling (Transvaal) en_ZA
dc.subject Button, Edward. en_ZA
dc.subject Button Family en_ZA
dc.title Ersteling [sic] : the first gold mine in the Transvaal, 1870 en_ZA
dc.type Image en_ZA

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