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A relic of Sir John Franklin's last expedition 1845-1848, found by the Franklin Search Expedition,1850-51, led by Captain Horatio Austin. This wine bottle was found on Beechey Island by a party from HMS 'Assistance' led by Captain Erasmus Ommanney (1814-1904) on the 23 August 1850. The bottle was presented to the Royal United Services Institute by John Barrow (1808-1898).
- Image reference: F6757
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London