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'Ah! the Navy arn't what it was!' (Greenwich Pensioner)
(caricature) Two Greenwich Pensioners lamenting changing times and standards. The one on the left is in right profile with his hands behind his back and has a peg-leg right leg. The one on the right, in back view, leans on a stick in his left hand: the other arm is missing at the shoulder. Both wear blue jackets and breeches, grey stockings and cocked hats. A balustrade similar to that in the Hospital colonnades is lightly sketched in the background.
H. C.C. Engleman
- Image reference: 8573
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London