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View of the naval asylum at Greenwich
This is a rare view of the Queen's House with the colonnades and 'hammer-head' balanced wings which Daniel Asher Alexander added to accommodate the Royal Naval Asylum from 1807, after the Asylum was granted use of the House and moved from Paddington in 1806.
Original size: 60 mm x 135 mm
- Image reference: PZ8815
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London