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Painting of SS "Scotland"
Painting. SS "Scotland" / by J Scott, 1865. Oil on canvas; in gilt frame [880 x1440 x35mm]. Signed and dated brc. Portrait, ship. Iron-clad 3-masted barque rigged screw steamer, at sea under sail and steam. National Steam Navigation Company; completed 1865 by Palmer's, Jarrow. Destroyed in collision with the Kate Dyer off Fire Island, New York, 1 December 1866, driven to wreck ashore; the position marked by the Scotland lightship. In the year of her life she was regarded as the most advanced transatlantic ship of her time
Ackermann and Company
Print. H.M.S. "Agamemnon", 91 guns, Getting under weigh From Spithead. Sail with Steam up. / O.W. Brierly, Del.; T.G. Dutton, Lith.; Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen. - London. Published Augt 11th 1853, by Ackermann & Co. 96 Strand. Lithograph; image 39.3x61cm on sheet 53.5x74cm with conservation edge. After an oil painting of 1852 by Sir Oswald Walters Brierly (1817-1894). The three-masted ship is in full steam and unfurling sail, leaving the waters of Spithead, other vessels in attendance.