Port quarter view of the barque 'Cobre' (1844) dried out at Swansea
A whole plate size salted paper print. This is a dark version while P65CAL is a lighter exposure version of calotype negative P8CAL. A port quarter view of the three-masted barque Cobre (1844) dried out alongside a quay in the River Tawe, Swansea. The lower yards of the fore and main mast have been scandalized (set at an acute angle to the deck) and the ship has a slight list to port
Object number: P64CAL
Artist: Calvert Richard Jones
Dimensions: 352 mm x 439 mm
- Image reference: S3443
- © National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
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