A Thames Race Oar.
A Thames Race Oar.
A Thames Race Oar.
A Thames Race Oar.
A Thames Race Oar.
A Thames Race Oar.
A Thames Race Oar.

A Thames Race Oar.

1850 England

Offered by Peter Cameron

£450 gbp
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A Victorian Prize Oar, London 1850, Stephen Warwick [probably], engraved on the blade with a thee-masted ship and on the upper part of the square sectioned shaft with three dolphins and on the reverse the name 'C. Constable 1850' within a foliate cartouche. Vestiges of gilding.
Charles Constable, a Thames Waterman at Lambeth St. Mary's, won a Doggett's Coat and Badge Race on the Thames in 1852.
This oar was awarded for a foar-oared race by the Alliance Club in ‘Wentzell’s Annual Races at Lambeth.
Good overall with remains of gilding.
Dimensions
Height 24.00 cm (9.45 inches)
Width 1.40 cm (0.55 inches)
Weight 54.40g (1.75oz t)
Stock Code
O3609.
Medium
silver.
Peter Cameron

Peter Cameron
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