Product images of A Greenwich Pensioner (uniform)
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A Greenwich Pensioner (uniform)
Plate 7 from a so-far unidentified series showing a Greenwich Pensioner seated to right on a stone parapet wall with a (rather crudely drawn) warship anchored in a calm behind. He wears the Hospital 18th century uniform of blue coat breeches and stockings and a cocked hat, has lost his lower left arm and walks with a crutch just visible beneath it.
Engelmann, Graf, Coindet, & Co.
Original size: 302 mm x 234 mm
- Image reference: PW4200
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London