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1. Sextant, c. 1855.
*Sextant, c. 1855.A silver framed sextant made for the Prince of Wales. Janet Taylor was engaged in teaching navigation and selling nautical instruments. Her...
2. Ship's biscuit or hard tack.
*Ship's biscuit or hard tack.Providing food at sea was a major problem for both naval and merchant shipping from the 17th century onwards. Several methods of preserving were...
3. Sections and plans of slips and docks at Woolwich Dockyard.
*Sections and plans of slips and docks at Woolwich Dockyard.A collection of 18th-century plans and sections from the Royal Dockyard, Woolwich. The Dockyard was founded in 1512-13, and hundreds of warships for...
4. Sections and plans of slips and docks at Woolwich Dockyard.
*Sections and plans of slips and docks at Woolwich Dockyard.A collection of 18th-century plans and sections from the Royal Dockyard, Woolwich. The Dockyard was founded in 1512-13, and hundreds of warships for...
5. Sections and plans of slips and docks at Woolwich Dockyard.
*Sections and plans of slips and docks at Woolwich Dockyard.A collection of 18th-century plans and sections from the Royal Dockyard, Woolwich. The Dockyard was founded in 1512-13, and hundreds of warships for...
6. Silver pocket watch, No. 1305.
*Silver pocket watch, No. 1305.This watch, by Thomas Leyden of London, is engraved: 'Watch worn by Capt. Thomas Masterman Hardy at Trafalgar 1805'. Although this watch is a...
7. Sir Edward Berry's Freedom of the City of London box.
*Sir Edward Berry's Freedom of the City of London box.This gold box was presented to Sir Edward Berry by the City of London. Berry was first-lieutenant on Nelson's ship at the Battle of St Vincent in...
8. Sling the monkey.
*Sling the monkey.Greenwich Pensioners playing a game of sling the monkey. A man with no legs is suspended from the tree by a rope and has to snatch pieces of rope or...
9. Sir Thomas Spert
*Sir Thomas SpertThe first and longest serving Master of Trinity House
10. Sir Peter Parker Bt (1721-1811), Admiral of the Fleet.
*Sir Peter Parker Bt (1721-1811), Admiral of the Fleet.A full-length portrait of Admiral Sir Peter Parker showing him facing slightly to the left. He wears an Admiral's full-dress uniform of 1795-1812. He...
 
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