New York, East
2 April 1997
A RIGGED DISPLAY MODEL OF THE AMERICA'S CUP YACHT 'PURITAN'
Of 1886 finished in red and white and varnished decks, with mast and booms, whisker poles, cleats, hatches, ship's boat, companionway, ship's wheel, and other details, mounted on two brass columnar supports above an inlaid rectangular mahogany base with brass bound glazed case
32in. high, 31in. wide, 11in. deep
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The Puritan was designed for J. Malcolm Forbes by Edward Burgess and built by George Lawley and Sons. It was skippered by Aubrey J. Crocker.
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