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Angophora intermedia (Apple Tree) timber specimen with surveyors mark

Made
  • 1893
Slab bark attached Apple Tree, Angophora intermedia; shewing impression of surveyor's mark cut in may 1868; Date of Collection: 15/10/1893; Locality: Camboon (SB). "No. 3570 D / This impression was cut from an Apple tree, (Angophora intermedia), in Oct. 1893. The original mark was made in May, 1868 / Camboon, Rylstone, N.S.W / Mr. J. Dawson, L.S." (PL).

Summary

Object No.

D3570

Object Statement

Timber specimen with surveyor's mark, Apple Tree (Angophora intermedia), collected by R. T. Baker, Camboon near Rylstone, New South Wales, 15/10/1893

Physical Description

Slab bark attached Apple Tree, Angophora intermedia; shewing impression of surveyor's mark cut in may 1868; Date of Collection: 15/10/1893; Locality: Camboon (SB). "No. 3570 D / This impression was cut from an Apple tree, (Angophora intermedia), in Oct. 1893. The original mark was made in May, 1868 / Camboon, Rylstone, N.S.W / Mr. J. Dawson, L.S." (PL).

Production

Made

  • 1893

Source

Credit Line

Presented by Mr Richard T Baker FLS, 1893

Acquisition Date

31 October 1893

Cite this Object

Harvard

Angophora intermedia (Apple Tree) timber specimen with surveyors mark 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 2 December 2021, <https://ma.as/222285>

Wikipedia

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