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The Panay in the Boston Harbor - 2.25" Pocket Mirror with organza pouch.
(only one mirror sold in this listing, the image shows front of one mirror and the back of another)

Vessel portrait taken by Nathaniel Stebbins, a Boston-based professional. Beginning in the early 1880s, and continuing until 1922.

"The full-rigged ship Panay, of Salem, Massachusetts, departs Boston bound for the Philippines. Loaded with cases of tinned kerosene, she will return to Boston in eleven months with a cargo of sugar. The Panay was among the last products of Boston's once great wooden shipbuilding industry, which, in its heyday, had led the world. She was also one of the last members of Salem's once great fleet of East Indiamen. Captain Joseph Luscomb, of Salem, stands on the Panay's poop, perhaps contemplating the long road ahead." ~ Historic New England Magazine - Fall 2003

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The Panay in the Boston Harbor - Pocket Mirror - 2.25" with Organza Pouch - Vintage Photograph by Nathaniel Stebbins



  • Handmade item
  • Materials: original art, magnet
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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