Brass plate. A flat, rectangular piece of brass with the corners cut. It is inscribed: 'Hecla & Fury 1824-5'. It would appear to relate to Sir William Edward Parry's third voyage in search of the North West Passage, 1824-25. The plate is crudely made and engraved.
|Collection:||Polar Equipment and Relics|
|Display location:||Not on display|
|Events:||Arctic Exploration: Parry's third voyage, 1824-1825|
|Vessels:||Fury (1814); Hecla (1815)|
|Date made:||1824-1826; 1824-26|
|People:||Parry, William Edward; Royal United Service Institution|
|Credit:||National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Royal United Service Institution Collection|
|Measurements:||Overall: 188 x 38 mm|
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