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The 'Dreadnought' off Greenwich
Believed to be Cooke's original study of the 'Dreadnought' for the plate he did for the (merchant) Seamen's Hospital Society in 1831 and, includes details of the hull, set above the main ship. 'Dreadnought' was the Society's hospital ship off Greenwich from 1827 to 1856.Object number: PAE6161
Date: circa 1830
Original dimensions: 148 mm x 268 mm
- Image reference: PV6161
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London