The Australian convict ship Success /

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Caption title.; National Library of Australia's copy mounted on linen. There is some loss at the edges. ANL; Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.pic-vn6574810; Exhibited: National Portrait Gallery, Sideshow Alley: Infamy, the macabre and the portrait’, 4th December 2015 – 28th February 2016. Poster advertising the floating museum ship, Success. Poster is divided in to four sections. Upper section has the title in green and red lettering and "Come on board, please. Go ashore pleased" in black lettering at the top edge. The three remaining sections have illustrations of the ship, the murder of two warders and the capture of Ned Kelly in his armour. Historical facts, tour details and pricing appear in black lettering to the left and right of the images. "The most interesting ship in the world" and "Designed for the Convict Ship by B. F. Wallace." appear at the lower edge

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