File:Mary Celeste as Amazon in 1861.jpg

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Artist
Unconfirmed, possibly Honore Pellegrin (1800–c.1870). This speculative attribution is suggested in Paul Begg: Mary Celeste: The Greatest Mystery of the Sea. Longmans Education Ltd, Harlow (UK) 2007. Plate 2
Title
Brigantine Amazon entering Marseilles in November 1861. In 1868 she was renamed Mary Celeste. She was found drifting with nobody aboard in November 1872, and is the source of many maritime "ghost ship" legends.
Date 1861 : the inscription below the painting reads: "Amazon of Parrsboro. J.N. Parker, Commander, entering Marseilles, Nov'b'r 1861". See Begg, p. 18.
Source/Photographer Scanned from Slate magazine, December 6 2011
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current03:56, 5 December 2012Thumbnail for version as of 03:56, 5 December 20121,200 × 900 (384 KB)Jbarta (talk | contribs)remove yellow cast
19:23, 8 February 2006Thumbnail for version as of 19:23, 8 February 20061,200 × 900 (109 KB)Hautala (talk | contribs){{PD-Art}} Brigantine ''Amazon'' entering Marseilles in November 1861. She was later renamed ''Mary Celeste'', as which she became the well-known ghost ship. Image source [http://www.atlantictallships.ca/gallery.php?action=display&ID=616&OutputType=Port
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