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A relic of Sir John Franklin's last expedition 1845-1848. A short length of rope found by the Franklin Search Expedition 1850-51 led by Captain Horatio Austin. The rope is mounted on a paper label inscribed in ink 'Rope belonging to Erebus and Terror left at Beechy (sic) Island 1847 and found Aug 1850 by Capt. Austen (sic).' On the reverse 'Rope from Cape Riley Aug 1850'.
- Image reference: F6736
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London