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A PAIR OF OIL PAINTINGS OF TASMANIAN FERRIES BY D. F. JAMIESON, CIRCA 1895

Estimate
5,0007,000
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123

A PAIR OF OIL PAINTINGS OF TASMANIAN FERRIES BY D. F. JAMIESON, CIRCA 1895

Estimate
5,0007,000
JUMP TO LOT

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A PAIR OF OIL PAINTINGS OF TASMANIAN FERRIES BY D. F. JAMIESON, CIRCA 1895

each depicting the SS Pateena and the SS Coogee, both vessels are illustrated passing through the Port Phillip Heads at Queenscliff


Quantity: 2
70cm by 50cm
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Catalogue Note

the SS Coogee was on the Bass Strait ferry run between Launceston and Melbourne for Huddart Parker Limited from 1890 to 1903. On Christmas morning 1903 it collided with the Fortuna Figaro near the Heads in heavy fog. The SS Pateena was built for the Tasmanian Steam Navigation Company and launched in 1883. It collided with the SS Warrentinna in the Tamar river in 1893. It had a further incident in 1897, and collided with the SS Pilbarra in the River Yarra in 1902

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