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A silver plate

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

A silver plate, similar to, but larger than the foregoing, and also engraved with a map of the North Atlantic and the course of Gipsy Moth III in the first Trans-Atlantic single-handed Yacht race, 1960, from Plymouth to New York; 40 days, 12 hours, 30 minutes: awarded by the Royal Western Yacht Club of England, in association with the Slocum Society of America, and presented by the Observer. Modern by D & J Wellby; designed by Milner Gray, made by Guy Wellby and engraved by George Friend. 12in. Diameter

ID:  5393

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