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Plate from a service used on the Great Eastern.

Plate from a service used on the Great Eastern.
Plate from a service used on the 'Great Eastern'.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: D6081
Description: On the right is a white dinner plate from a service used on board the 'Great Eastern'. In the centre of the plate there is a sepia transfer-print showing the 'Great Eastern' at sea with Britannia seated in the foreground. The whole image is surounded by a laurel wreath.
Creator: Kerr & Binns, Worcester
Date: 1858-1864
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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