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National Park Coffee Mug featuring the photograph Balclutha Mast And Rigging by Greg Reed

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Balclutha Mast And Rigging Coffee Mug

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Description

Our ceramic coffee mugs are available in two sizes: 11 oz. and 15 oz. Each mug is dishwasher and microwave safe.

Dimensions

11 oz.

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1 - 2 business days

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Majestic ship,this is a three masted Barque.nice shot.V/F

Greg Reed replied:

Thanks George, I appreciate the V/F!

Coffee Mug Reviews (769)

Average Rating (4.90 Stars):

November 17th, 2018

At first you guys where doing a great job then all of a sudden you change I made order and didn’t go through and no refund

November 14th, 2018

I just ordered a coffee mug with the picture on it for my wife. I want make sure all the artist on shown. Not sure if the one I ordered does. Can the attached picture be put on so I am sure all the artist will be shown. Thank you. Douglas Widen. dwiden@cfu.net

November 14th, 2018

Beautiful work. I have it right here next to me. Thank you for an excellent job

November 14th, 2018

Bought for a friend whio loves it .

November 14th, 2018

I love my mug! The image is so beautiful and it holds just the right amount of my morning coffee!

November 8th, 2018

1 of the cups got broken during shipment, please send another 1 to Nicole Boroughs

Artist's Description

Maritime National Historic Park, Hyde Street Pier, Balclutha Mast & Rigging Balclutha History British Deepwaterman On January 15, 1887, with a twenty-six-man crew, Balclutha sailed under British registry from Cardiff, Wales, on her maiden voyage. She was bound for San Francisco. The ship entered the Golden Gate after 140 days at sea, unloaded her cargo of 2,650 tons of coal, and took on sacks of California wheat. This photo, ringed by portraits of Captain Constable and his crew, was taken on San Francisco Bay in June, 1887. Because of the months-long ocean voyage, Balclutha made only one round-trip per year while engaged in the Europe-to-San Francisco grain trade. She arrived with a cargo three times, but also brought pottery, cutlery, Scotch whisky (from Glasgow and Liverpool) and "Swansea general" (tinplate, coke and pig iron) to San Francisco. During the mid-1890s the ship called at other ports around the world; in New Zealand, for example, she loaded wool and tallow for London...

About Greg Reed

Retired Airline Pilot, former and once again Pro Photographer. I retired in 2014, after a long aviation career [34 years], and I am renewing my love of the visual arts! My image of the “Port Kingston Marina” appears in the book “Wings Over Washington”. My work appears on the following sites: https://www.firstflight.org/plan-your-visit/ https://www.virginia.org/brphiking/ https://longridgedentistry.com/meet-us/office-tour/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/reed-8/ http://www.reedphotographics.com/ � Copyright Notice: Greg Reed retains all rights to the photographs displayed on the Fine Art America & Pixels web site.

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