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Fragment of ornamental metal plate
A relic of Sir John Franklin's last expedition 1845-1848: a thin piece of curved metal plate with embossed decoration, pierced at one end with cotton fibres attached. A fragment of embossed metal plate bought from the Inuit by the McClintock Search Expedition on 3 March 1859, near Cape Victoria, on the Boothia Peninsula.
- Image reference: F4939
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London