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English: George Coulthard, Australian footballer and cricketer. A colour photo of the complete work appears between pp108-109 in the book A National Game: The History of Australian Rules Football, by Rob Hess and others, published by the Penguin Group in 2008.
Date 6 March 2005 (first version); 29 July 2010 (last version)
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The Coulthard portrait is the centrepiece of a coloured chalk lithograph titled "Victorian Footballers 1884" by A.E. Ferris, artist and lithographer. Link to online image at State Library of Victoria, which holds the original work, and detail. There are 21 portraits in all, printed by Messrs Cooper & Wicks.)

The source is given as: Troedel Collection, State Library of Victoria.

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