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Screw steam ship 'Sultan'
Print entitled 'Screw Steam ship 'Sultan' 2225 Tons, 240 H.P. W. F. Owen Commander'. The ship was built by Green's in London in 1873 for their Calcutta run and here flies their Green Blackwall line house flag. She appears to be steaming down-Channel with what may be the Eddystone Light in the distance under her stern. The Green Collection includes two tablespoons (PLT0241 and PLT0242) and two tureen lids (AAA5755 and AAA5756) made for use on this ship.
Thomas Goldsworth Dutton
Original size: 485 mm x 713 mm
- Image reference: PY9333
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Green Blackwall Collection