Object StatementGlass plate negative, full plate, 'English Church, Cobbity', Kerry and Co, Sydney, Australia, c. 1884-1917
Physical DescriptionGlass negative, full plate, 'English Church, Cobbity', Kerry and Co, Sydney, Australia, c. 1884-1917.
Silver gelatin dry plate glass negative in landscape format. The image depicts St Paul's Church and graveyard at Cobbity, New South Wales. The image is depicts the eastern side of the church with the spire at the southern side. Two large trees are depicted in the foreground of the image and the image has been taken so that the church is centred between them. St Paul's Church is depicted in the centre of the image. It is a Gothic Revival style church featuring a spire at the western end. A graveyard can be seen within the church grounds. The frame of a building under construction is depicted near the church in the centre left of the image. Fences can be seen in front of the church dividing the church grounds from surrounding property. Another building is partially depicted in the background in the centre left of the image. The church is surrounded by various trees and plants. The caption, studio number and studio mark are inscribed on the reverse of the negative.
16/23 Tyrrell Inventory Number, 127 Kerry Studio Number
MarksCaption and studio number on plate emulsion verso lower left, inscribed by hand in reverse print in ink 'ENGLISH CHURCH COBBITY. 127.'
Studio mark on plate emulsion verso, inscribed by hand in reverse print in ink 'KERRY, PHOTO. SYDNEY.'
Inscription in plate emulsion verso lower right corner, scratched by hand '127' and upper right corner, scratched by hand then scratched out '70'.