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File:Cutty Sark (ship, 1869) - SLV H91.250-164.jpg


English: The clipper "CUTTY SARK" in full sails.
Date before 1916
Source State Library of Victoria, Allan C. Green collection of glass negatives.
This image is available from the Our Collections of the State Library of Victoria under the Accession Number: H91.250/164

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(note: some sources credit this image to the ship's captain, Richard Woodget 1845-1928.)
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