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Vintage Oliver Warner The “Lord Lowther” Ship Print

Product code: 31194

£12.00 Inc. VAT / £10.00 Excl. VAT

The Lord Lowther Ship Print

Dimensions: 40.5cm W x 30cm H

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A lovely print from the Oliver Warner Sailing Ships Book of the ship the “Lord Lowther”. The book of prints dates back to 1958 and was published by Ariel Press in London. This single print has The “Lord Lowther” printed across the bottom.

It has a slight bit of yellowing along the edges, but no rips, tears or folds in the picture.

We have other prints from this series, so please take a look at our other listings or contact us for more information.

About the Lord Lowther – An Indiaman built at Barnard’s Yard, Deptford in 1825. In the course of her life she was to change hands several times. First in 1834 she was sold to Captain A. Grant, then the next in 1839 to Tomlin and Man. The latter owners then sold her to Joseph Somes for the Madras trade, but she was lost in the very next year. In the print she is shown leaving Prince of Wales Island (Coloured aquatint by E. Duncan after W. J. Huggins, 1828.).

Please remember when buying vintage items, they will have signs of use but that is also what makes them so unique. We do our best to photograph and explain the condition of the item as best we can. If you have any questions about a particular item, please contact us. Please take the time to look at all pictures.

Product Code: 31194

Styling: This would look excellent in a frame and hung on a wall in any home, office man cave, hotel, restaurant or any nautical themed space. Great for any collectors of all things nautical or fans of tall ships.

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