Clock, Cabin, ex steam ship WISTOW HALL, Hall Line; Ansonia Clock Company; L1994...

Name/Title

Clock, Cabin, ex steam ship WISTOW HALL, Hall Line

About this object

Ship's cabin clock in carved oak surround. WISTOW HALL was a cargo steamer built 1890 for Hall Line, she was wrecked off the Scottish coast in 1912. "8 day time"

Maker

Ansonia Clock Company

Place Made

New York

Medium and Materials

Oak/Wood, 0 - Whole
Brass/Metal, 0 - Whole
Glass, 0 - Whole
Paint/Art Media, 0 - Whole, white paint, on back of clock

Inscription and Marks

WISTOW HALL wrecked at Northhaven Jan 18th 1912. 54 life lost. The clock was washed ashore, Handwriting

Measurements

HxWxD (3D mm YxXxZ): H 280 x W 275 x D 90mm (H 11 x W 10 13/16 x D 3 9/16in)

Subject and Association Keywords

Ship/VESSELS

Subject and Association Keywords

Shipwreck/* LIFEBOAT SERVICES, PILOTAGE AND COASTGUARD ACTIVITIES

Subject and Association Keywords

Coastal shipping/[Shipping]

Collection

Auckland Institute & Museum Maritime Collections

Credit Line

On loan from Auckland War Memorial Museum Tāmaki Paenga Hira

Object Type

Object/History

Object number

L1994.351.310

Copyright Licence  

All rights reserved

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