Sailor's Woolies & Maritime Archive
 
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A British Woolwork Picture of a Ship Surrounded by Flags, early 20th century.
An Superb English Woolwork Picture of a Three-masted Frigate, fully dressed flying 31 flags, dated April, 1880.
An English woolwork Picture of a ship off the coast with a British frigate off a coast with 2 buildings.circa 1880
A Rare Small English Woolwork Picture of the Sailor's Return, Circa 1880.
An English Sailor's Woolwork Picture of a Fully Dressed Ship at anchor, Circa 1870.
A Chinese Export Tankard decorated with a British Ship, Circa 1780.
A Massiive English Woolie of a Fully Dressed Ship at Portsmouth flying the Royal Standard, Circa 1860
An Unusual English Woolwork Picture of a Ship, The ADA, Circa 1870-80.
A Superb Large Woolwork Picture of a Ship with sailors on the ship and other small vessels, Circa 1870.
An English Pottery Prattware Jug with Sailor's Farewell and Return, Circa 1790-1810.
An Unusually Large Creamware Ship-decorated Dish, Wedgwood & Co. circa 1790-1800.
A Set of Twelve Chinese Watercolours of Junks made for the Swedish East India Company in 1783 and shipped to Sweden on the Gustafus III in 1784.
A Set of Six Chinese Watercolours of Junks made for the Swedish East India Company in 1783 and shipped to Sweden on the Gustafus III in 1784.
A Large American-market Liverpool Creamware American Patriot's Jug, Circa 1804.
An American Silkwork Picture of the Brig,