Robert Whitehead (1823–1905)
Robert Whitehead (1823–1905)
Robert Whitehead (1823–1905)

Image credit: Royal Navy Submarine Museum

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A head and shoulders bust in all white marble. He is wearing evening dress with decorations – a neck order and star on the right breast and six medals on the left breast. Robert Whitehead was the inventor of the Whitehead torpedo

Explosion! The Museum of Naval Firepower



Robert Whitehead (1823–1905)




H 67 x W 56 x D 44 cm

Accession number

RNSM C40/16/81

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Explosion! The Museum of Naval Firepower

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