Product images of Clipper ship 'Anglesey'
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Clipper ship 'Anglesey'
'To Captain J. N. Thorne and The Officers of the Ship...'.
The ship was built in London, probably by Green's, in 1852 and for their London to Australia run. Here she flies their Green Blackwall line house flag at the main and is shown bound up-Channel off Dover. She also has a blue and white signal pennant at the mizzen, possibly in answer to a cutter yacht seen under her bows, which also flies the Green flag and a signal. There is a small British cross-Channel steamer under her stern apparently flying both the Union at the fore and French tricoleur at the main.
Thomas Goldsworth Dutton
Original size: 388 mm x 544 mm
- Image reference: PY9338
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Green Blackwall Collection