Product images of Dick Dock, or the Lobster & Crab (Greenwich Pensioner)
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Dick Dock, or the Lobster & Crab (Greenwich Pensioner)
(caricature) Two Greenwich Pensioners sit outside a Greenwich or Deptford tavern drinking and smoking. One, with a wooden leg, is shaking hands with a one-armed Royal Marine (whose jacket is miscoloured blue rather than red, as it should be). Behind another one-legged sailor watches the shipping on the river with the Royal Hospital at Greenwich (crudely shown) in the distance. The print illustrates a song, below image and title, in which the sailor insults the 'lobster' but is reconciled on discovering he once saved his life.
Original size: 227 mm x 257 mm
- Image reference: PY3327
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London