Product images of Chinese junks
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Presumably a view Butt saw near Hong Kong. The two craft seen in stern view on the left may be pole junks, with large stern hatches for loading timber, and the three-master under sail in the right middle distance appears to be a Pechili trader.
Lt. James Henry Butt
Original size: 170 mm x 249 mm
- Image reference: PT2055
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London