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MA13: Maritime Sale

A Collection of Bottles and China Salvaged From HMS Britannia and HMS Hindostan When Moored in the River Dart

Auction Lot MA13/1

A collection of bottles and china salvaged from HMS Britannia and HMS Hindostan when moored in the River Dart, both ships were commissioned as training quarters for Officers prior to the building of the Royal Naval College in 1905.


Originally HMS Prince of Wales (1860)and subsequently renamed HMS Britannia in 1869 to take over her predecessor as the training ship at Dartmouth cadets were often in the habit of throwing pieces overboard, many were produced locally at the Bovey Tracey Pottery, see Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood Maritime sale 1st April 2009 lot 12.


£50 - £80


Maritime and Sporting

Fine Art Category

Maritime Ceramics and Glass

Sale Information

MA13: Maritime Sale
Wednesday, 12th June 2013
Dowell Street, Honiton


For more information about this particular auction lot, please contact:-

Brian Goodison-BlanksBrian Goodison-Blanks

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