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Teacup, part of a service belonging to Nelson's brother, the Reverend William Nelson (1747-1835), later 1st Earl Nelson. The cup is a wide shallow shape and is painted with a Greek key pattern border in two shades of red with a gilt rim. An Earl's coronet, Nelson's chelengk and 'SAN JOSEF' crests are painted opposite the handle, with his motto 'FAITH AND WORKS'.
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- Image reference: E5807
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Nelson-Ward Collection