Disraeli

Basic Information

FigID
F0121
InstID
Figurehead type
Figurehead
Title
Disraeli
Vessel name
Unidentified
Type (Naval/Merchant)
Merchant
Copyright owner
© Cutty Sark Trust Copyright
Copyright notes
Photo: © Cutty Sark Trust Copyright
Current location
Cutty Sark
Location date
12/02/2013

Physical Information

Description
Three-quarter-length portrait of Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield (1804- 1881), with a goatee beard, and side whiskers, and wearing a coat, waistcoat, shirt with stand-up collar and a bow tie.
Maker
Unknown
Date made
Unknown
Place made
Unknown
Size
H102 x W30 x D30 cms
Materials
Object history
Acquired by Sydney Cumbers from the Beeching and Moses Yard at Ramsgate in 1946. It was supposed to have come from a ship called 'Lord Byron' wrecked in about 1862 but more closely resembles, Benjamin Disraeli.
Vessel history
Bibliography

Ownership Information

Owner type
Public Institution
Owner name
The Cutty Sark Trust
Contact details
Royal Museums Greenwich, London, SE10 9NF
Ownership can be cited online
Yes
Accessible to public
Yes
Data verified by owner
Yes
Date verified

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