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Two crew with large fish onboard HMS 'Penguin' (1876)
Two proud looking seaman on the upper deck of the composite screw sloop 'Penguin' (1876) holding a large fish in their arms. They are standing in front of the bulkhead and belaying pins next to the after portside companion way. On deck can be seen one of the deck illuminators and a neatly coiled rope. The fish has been identified as a grouper or sea bass of the Family Serranidae.
Willoughby Pudsey Dawson
Original size: 97 mm x 123 mm
- Image reference: N64374
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London