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Stern views of the Mary of St Ives and the Liberty of Teignmouth dried out at Swansea.
|Description||A whole plate size salted paper print. A port stern view of the sailing ship Mary of St Ives secured to a mooring buoy and dried out at low tide at Swansea. Ahead of the Mary, off the port bow is the Schooner-rigged(?) Liberty of Teignmouth with a ship's boat tied alongside the port broadside. An unidentified sailing ship is in the far distance off the Liberty's bow. Reverse has been annotated in pencil by Admiral Ballard in 1934: 'Swansea in 1835' P11CAL is the original negative for this original print.|
|Artist/Maker||Jones, Calvert Richard
|Credit||National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Fox Talbot Collection|
|Measurements||Overall: 185 mm x 224 mm|
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