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HMS Sans Pareil.

HMS Sans Pareil.
HMS Sans Pareil.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: PU6304
Description: HMS 'Sans Pareil' was a steel first-class battleship built at the Thames Ironworks, and completed for sea in 1889. Her length was 340 feet and she had a displacement 10,470 tons. The maximum speed of HMS 'Sans Pareil' was 17.2 knots. She was the sister ship to the ill-fated 'Victoria', lost in collision off the Syrian Coast in 1893.
Creator: W S Tomkin (artist), Waterlow & Sons Ltd (engravers)
Date: c. 1889
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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