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The Earl of Hardwicke East Indiaman
Built in 1838 at Green's yard in Blackwall, the East Indiaman 'Earl of Hardwicke' initially had paddle wheels. These were later removed when it was found that they were not adequate for the long journey to the East.
Hand-coloured. See PAH3920, another copy, for notes.
W.H. Prior (artist)
Original size: 287 mm x 403 mm
- Image reference: PW7729
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London