Product images of Fishing coble 'Pathfinder'
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Fishing coble 'Pathfinder'
Picture model of the fishing coble 'Pathfinder' built in 1903. The hull is made as a half block mounted to a painted framed backboard. It is inscribed with its name and port registration marks 'BH14', indicating it was registered at Blyth in Northumberland.
The hull shape of these boats enabled them to be launched directly from the beach into the surf and proved very efficient both under oars and sail. This model is identical to the work identified by the late 19th century artist J. Fannen who was known as a ship portrait painter on the North East coast.
Original size: 72 mm x 461 mm x 447 mm
- Image reference: L0911-001
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London. We regret that Museum enquiries have not been able to identify the copyright holder and would welcome any information that would help us update our records. Please contact the Picture Library.