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Naval School, Greenwich & Block Model Ship
This appears to be a view of the first 'Fame', the drill ship constructed in 1843 for the 'sea exercises' of boys of the Greenwich Hospital School, in front of the Queen's House, which is seen in the background with the Observatory beyond.
Rock & Co.
Original size: 150 mm x 228 mm
- Image reference: PU2249
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London