HAM, Thomas

HAM, Thomas

(1821–1870) Australian | English | Male

Worked: Australia (VIC, QLD)

Engraver | Printer | Publisher

WORKS 1 – 20 of 34 IMAGES ONLY

Thomas Ham (1821–1870)

Advertisement: Mooney's Royal Hotel St Kilda.

(1851)

line-engraving

Ballarat [text]

(1852)

letterpress

Thomas Ham (1821–1870)

Bank of Australasia, Melbourne.

(1851)

engraving

Forest Creek, Mt Alexander.

(1852)

lithograph

Forrest Creek [text]

(1852)

letterpress

Margaret Hobson (–1845)

Fossil teeth found at Mt Macedon, Port Phillip.

(1846)

lithograph

HAM BROTHERS (1850-52)

[frontispiece] Benevolent asylum, Melbourne.

(1851)

engraving

Gold digger of Victoria.

(1854)

engraving

Gold diggings of Victoria.

(1852)

letterpress

William Strutt (1825–1915)

Gold diggings of Victoria preparing to start.

(1851)

engraving

William Strutt (1825–1915)

Gold diggings of Victoria. Preparing to start.

(1851)

line-engraving

Golden Point, Ballarat 1851.

(1852)

lithograph

Golden Point, Mt Alexander.

(1852)

lithograph

HAM BROTHERS (1850-52)

High school Hobart Town.

(1851)

lithograph

D E Cooper (1842–1892)

Lake Burrambeet and hill near Pyrenees, Victoria.

(1851)

engraving