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Woolwork picture of Lowestoft trawler 'Forget-me-not'
Woolwork picture of Lowestoft trawler 'Forget-me-not', shown against a cloudless sky of a very faded blue. 'Forget-me-not' was a ketch built in 1883 by J. W. and A. Upham of Brixham, and owned by William H. Painter of 31 Clapton Road, Lowestoft. She disappeared from the Fisherman's Nautical Almanac around 1909.
Henry Robert Fisher
- Image reference: D7631
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