Design proposal for a secretaire from the timbers of 'Resolute' (1850)
970 x 583 mm
Plan showing the plan, elevation and section of the proposal for a secretaire for the President of the USA, to be made from the timbers of HMS Resolute (1850), an exploration ship after it was broken up.
Signed by W J Curry.
The ship had been abandoned in the Canadian archipelago, only to be recovered by a US whaler after they found it had broken free and was drifting. The US Government refitted the ship and sent it back to England as a goodwill gesture.
Object number: ZAZ7851
Original dimensions: 578 mm x 970 mm
- Full-colour art print
- Reproduced at the same size and scale of the original plan with no border.
- © National Maritime Museum
- Image reference: J3713
Ship plan prints
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