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The Honble East India Company's Steamer Hoogly built (opposite Calcutta) by the New Howrah Dock Company. (Plan, 1830)

PAD6674
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Collection Fine art, Prints, drawings and watercolours
Gallery locationNot on display
VesselsHoogly (1828)

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Object ID PAD6674
Description Lithograph Plan of the ship's hull in cross-section from stern to stem. Diagram of the starboard side of the stern and bow sections. Scale: 1/4 inch to 1 foot
Date made 1830

Artist/Maker Tassin, Jean Baptiste Athanase
Government Litho Press
Tassin, Jean Baptiste Athanase
Government Litho Press
Place made Calcutta
Credit National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
Materials lithograph
Measurements Mount: 239 mm x 296 mm
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  • The Honble East India Company's Steamer Hoogly built (opposite Calcutta) by the New Howrah Dock Company. (Plan, 1830) (PAD6674)
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