The studio of Antoine Fauchery and Richard Daintree took scenes in the goldfields of Australia, the landscapes and urban centres around Melbourne in Victoria 1857-1858. The Fauchery-Daintree Album is a highly significant document in early Australian photography as they were early in using the wet-plate collodion process.
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