File:Furst Menschikoff 1840.png

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English: A clip art image used to highlight maritime announcements and advertisements in the Finnish newspaper Helsingfors Tidningar in 1840. Most likely modelled on the Finnish paddle steamer Furst Menschikoff (1837).
Source Helsingfors Tidningar number 49, June 27, 1840, page 4, available at the The Finnish Historical Newspaper Library 1771-1890.
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