Product images of Robert Preston (1740-1834)
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Robert Preston (1740-1834)
Robert Preston (1740-1834) was a London merchant who made a vast fortune through trade in the East Indies. He owned houses in Essex and a home in Downing Street, but in 1800 he inherited the baronetcy of Valleyfield in West Fife. He was also a Deputy Master of the Corporation of Trinity House.
Gainsborough Dupont? (artist)
Original size: 523 mm x 397 mm
- Image reference: PX6525
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London