This print representing the East India Ship 'Vernon', Geo. Denny, Commander, on her voyage out, fitted with a Steam Engine of 30 horse power, passing HM ships Edinburgh & Blenheim 74 beating down Channel on the 21st of September 1839 off Benbridge [sic, i by W. O. Geller

This print representing the East India Ship 'Vernon', Geo. Denny, Commander, on her voyage out, fitted with a Steam Engine of 30 horse power, passing...

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This print representing the East India Ship 'Vernon', Geo. Denny, Commander, on her voyage out, fitted with a Steam Engine of 30 horse power, passing HM ships Edinburgh & Blenheim 74 beating down Channel on the 21st of September 1839 off Benbridge [sic, i by W. O. Geller zoom

This print representing the East India Ship 'Vernon', Geo. Denny, Commander, on her voyage out, fitted with a Steam Engine of 30 horse power, passing HM ships Edinburgh & Blenheim 74 beating down Channel on the 21st of September 1839 off Benbridge [sic, i

Print inscribed, 'This Print representing the East India Ship 'Vernon', Geo Denny Commander, on her voyage out, fitted with a Steam Engine of 30 horse power, passing HM ships 'Edinburgh' ; 'Blenheim' ,74s, beating down Channel on the 21st of September 1839 off Benbridge [sic], Isle of Wight...'. The ship is Green's 'Vernon' of 1838. This print from an original painting by John Lynn (see BHC3686) shows her with her original auxiliary paddles, later removed.
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Original size: Print: 455 x 688 mm

  • Image reference: PZ6595

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