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Kock, E de, fl. 1884-1885 (photographer)



  • Existence: fl. 1884 - 1885


E. De Kock had a studio at McCrae Street and Mitchell Street, Sandhurst (now known as Bendigo), Australia, circa 1884-1885 (Davies and Stanbury 1985, p.152).


Davies, Alan and Stanbury, Peter (1985), 'The mechanical eye in Australia: photography 1841-1900'. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

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Bendigo gold production

Reference Code: GBR/0115/RCS/Y3087F
Scope and Contents

154 x 170 mm. Mounted photograph. Shows cubes of various sizes representing the relative outputs of different mines. The fronts of the cubes have printed on them information about size, dividends and value. A printed caption stuck beneath the photograph states: 'The above 27 companies represent a paid-up capital of £437,631. Value for gold produced, £6,132,544. Dividends paid, £3,131,355. Approximate value of the 27 mines and machinery, £2,000,000.

Dates: 1880
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