A Marine Steam Engine of 220 Horses by James Hall Nasmyth, 1808-1890. Pen and watercolour, signed with initials JHN and dated 1832, and inscribed 'Plan Elevation & Sections of the Steam Engines of the Collective Power of 220 Horses. As fixed on board His Majesty's Steam Frigates Rhadamanthus, Phoenix, Salamander and Medea'. 24 ½ x 34 inches. Provenance: By descent in the Maudslay family.

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