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Burgee of Pirate Yacht Club, Bridlington
Burgee of the Pirate Yacht Club, Bridlington, used as a sledge flag by William Colbeck RNR on Borchgrevink's British Antarctic Expedition, 1898-1900. The burgee is made of red wool bunting printed with a black skull and crossbones. It has a machine-sewn linen hoist and is mounted on card, framed and glazed.
Object number: AAA0943
Date: circa 1898
Dimensions: 381 x 635 mm
- Image reference: S3308-001
- © National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London