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Model: Ship in Bottle, Liverpool pilot cutter

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Liverpool pilot cutter in a Dimple Haig bottle given to Hobson Wharf by the National Museums and Galleries on Mersyside. The ship has the sails up and is rounding the number 2 buoy. Turks head is on the cork. "The model was built by Mr Dennis Newton and is a scale representation of the Liverpool pilot cutter number 2 - TEASER - of 1846. She had a gross tonnage of 44 tons and was built at Ipswic...

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  • Title

    Model: Ship in Bottle, Liverpool pilot cutter

  • Maker

    Newton, Dennis

  • Subject

    Models, Model, Miniature

  • Additional information

    Glass: 0 - Whole, Height (mm): 130mm (7/16ft): 0 - Whole, Width: 225mm (3/4ft): 0 - Whole

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    https://collection.maritimemuseum.co.nz/objects/5357

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