Product images of The ship 'Delaford'
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The ship 'Delaford'
Oil painting of the ship 'Delaford', in port-broadside view, between two other vessels. 'Delaford' is identified by name on the pennant she flies at her mainmast. She appears to be the only ship of that name in 'Lloyd's Register' at the time this could have been painted and had an extraordinarily long career. She was built on the Thames in 1788 and registered at 393 tons for trade between London and the West Indies: she later worked to the Mediterranean and was eventually re-registered at Cork, with the same destinations.
William John Huggins
- Image reference: BHC3283
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Green Blackwall Collection