Plan of cabins of the new frigate built ship Barham, 1200 tons, John Gimblett, commander ... Apply to F. Green & Co. 64, Cornhill.
London: E. Reynolds, sc. c. 1846. First printing. Ephemera. Engraved broadside printed on blue paper, 16" x 9¾", showing plans of both the upper and lower deck, and with manuscript names of passengers inked in in their respective cabins, such as "Mrs. Hewitt and family," "Mr. Holmes," "Captain & Mrs. Kelsoe," "Miss Ross & Miss Jenkins," and "Captain Gimblett." Previous folds, else very good. The Barham East Indianman was a wood clipper, built in 1846 at Green's Blackwall Yards for his Blackwall Line and was in the London-Madras and Calcutta trade.
SLof Victoria has a silvertone photo of the frigate in the Brodie Collection, La Trobe Library #LTFBN218. Very good overall. Item #27336