Product images of 'Cuzco' (1871)
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A whole plate negative of a painting of the passenger liner 'Cuzco' (1871) under way at sea in relatively calm waters. The ship is seen from off her starboard broadside, is barque rigged and has a standard outfit of sails set, except for the main course. The painting is said to represent the ship as she would have appeared in October 1885. A duplicate of negative number G10.Object number: G1623
Date: late 19th century - mid 20th century
- Image reference: G01623
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Gould Collection