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Mervyn Pearson (b1934,) HMS Warrior leaving Portsmouth Harbour with a paddle steamer and other steam

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Portsmouth, Hampshire

Mervyn Pearson (b1934,) HMS Warrior leaving Portsmouth Harbour with a paddle steamer and other steam boat, Round Tower behind, signed, titled, w/c on paper, 23x34cm, m/g/f

Mervyn Pearson (b1934,) HMS Warrior leaving Portsmouth Harbour with a paddle steamer and other steam boat, Round Tower behind, signed, titled, w/c on paper, 23x34cm, m/g/f

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Southsea
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Hampshire
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