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Aquatint of the loss of the West Indiaman 'Belina' on the 23rd of November1824
Entitled: 'This plate representing the loss of the Belina West Indiaman, Captn Craig, on the Goodwin Sands, on the morning of the 23 Novr 1824 with the situation of the Deal Boats attempting to save the Crew'Object Ref No: PAF7711Original size: 286 mm x 356 mmDate: 1825
- Image reference: PW7711
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London