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92/194-812 Sketches (3), mounted on card, based on Lawrence Hargrave's flying machine models, ink on tracing paper / adhesive tape / cardboard, illustrated by Gordon Andrews and used as a design reference for the Australian twenty dollar banknote designed by Gordon Andrews, Sydney, New South Wales,. Click to enlarge.

Lawrence Hargrave design reference for twenty dollar banknote designed by Gordon Andrews

Made
Sketches (3), mounted on card, based on Lawrence Hargrave's flying machine models, ink on tracing paper / adhesive tape / cardboard, illustrated by Gordon Andrews and used as a design reference for the Australian twenty dollar banknote designed by Gordon Andrews, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1963-1966

Summary

Object No.

92/194-812

Object Statement

Sketches (3), mounted on card, based on Lawrence Hargrave's flying machine models, ink on tracing paper / adhesive tape / cardboard, illustrated by Gordon Andrews and used as a design reference for the Australian twenty dollar banknote designed by Gordon Andrews, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1963-1966

Physical Description

Sketches (3), mounted on card, based on Lawrence Hargrave's flying machine models, ink on tracing paper / adhesive tape / cardboard, illustrated by Gordon Andrews and used as a design reference for the Australian twenty dollar banknote designed by Gordon Andrews, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1963-1966

Dimensions

Height

280 mm

Width

310 mm

Cite this Object

Harvard

Lawrence Hargrave design reference for twenty dollar banknote designed by Gordon Andrews 2022, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 19 January 2022, <https://ma.as/125689>

Wikipedia

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