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SCOTIA: 1861 - Portrait plaque

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Cunard Line: A souvenir plaque made of hard plastic featuring a gold-trimmed portrait of the SCOTIA of 1861.

An English company manufactured these plaques in the 1970s and 80s. This plaque measures 6.25" by 13" and, other than a little wear on the border, is in excellent condition.

The ship was Cunard's last paddlewheel steamer and the holder of the eastbound Blue Ribband for five years. While most transatlantic lines had switched to propellers, Cunard kept using paddlewheels into the 1860s because their Admiralty mail contract required it. Even though SCOTIA was last, she was faster than Cunard's first propeller driven ship, CHINA. SCOTIA zipped across the Atlantic in a record breaking 8 days/3 hours at a hair-raising 14 knots. She was also the largest ship afloat at the time with the exception of the bizarre GREAT EASTERN.

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