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Guardship 1917
'Guardship' 1914
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Pictured in the background of this linocut is the guardship 'Niger', which was anchored off Deal pier to help safeguard neutral ships from enemy attack.
On November 11th 1914, she was sunk by a German U-boat. The North Deal lifeboat 'Charles Dibdin', shown in the foreground, and the Kingsdown lifeboat 'Charles Hargrave' were two of the boats that rescued the officers and 77 crew from the water.

Unframed,original linoprint
Edition size: 30
Print size:21x21cm
Signed: N Vowls
Price: 75.00




 

 If you are interested in any of the artwork on the Nicki Vowls - Salty Dog Studio website, please e-mail or phone me to get more information, or to make an order. You can also make arrangements to visit the Salty Dog Studio in Deal, East Kent.  01304 389900

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