Photograph Royal Navy. Hms "liverpool" Fourth-rate Frigate. Fine C 1860s
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Photograph Royal Navy. Hms "liverpool" Fourth-rate Frigate. Fine C 1860s:
Photograph Royal Navy. HMS "Liverpool" Fourth-rate frigate. Fine! c
This fine photograph is froma SuperbWorld Class Naval Collection of Postcards and Photographs that recently came on the market. The original Owner/Collector spent decades assembling this collection and he was intimately involved in this area of expertise in the UK. Many of these images are rare or never been on the market for decades!
Highly knowledgeable, meticulous and clearly attached to his work he could even identify the time and place where these images were taken!
Even if there are multiplephotographs of individual ships each is different whether taken from the bow, stern, starboard or port side! A Truly remarkable collection !
HMS "Liverpool" was a fourth-rate frigate of the Royal Navy. She was ordered on 31 March 1855, but building did not commence until 14 November 1859 and she was launched at Devonport Dockyard on 30 October 1860, in the same year that the famous iron-hulled Warrior was launched.
During her first commission, she served in the North America and West Indies Stations and later the Channel Squadron, until she was placed in "Steam Reserve" at Devonport in August "Bacchante " class. Launched 30.10.60.
Condition: Fine. Postcard size.Solid stock. See scans for details. Each card is shipped in a hard backed envelope and in its own plastic sleeve. Cards will be doubled up if more than one is purchased.
ALLphotographs that we sell are ORIGINALS . We have scanned directly from the originalphotograph and the image may sometimes be less vibrant than the postcard itself.