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Barquentine 'Times'

Photo credit: Guernsey Museums and Galleries

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The 'Times' was originally built as a barque by Sebire at Les Banques in 1854. Its length of keel was 122ft, overall 150ft, beam 24ft, depth 15ft 4ins, 350 tons of old measurement. Its upperworks were of mahogany, remainder English oak, owned by Wm. Le Lacheur and employed in the Punta Arenas (Costa Rica) Coffee Trade. In 1877 it was sold to John Hamley for the stone trade and converted into a barquentine.

Guernsey Museum & Art Gallery

St Peter Port

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  • Medium

    oil on canvas

  • Measurements

    39 x 61 cm

  • Accession number

    GUELI : GMAG 15

  • Acquisition method

    untraced find


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