Letter, Ship's

A large metal broad faced capital "A". The letter has a small triangular opening in the middle, a hole in each arm and a hole at the top.
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This letter is thought to be part of the name plate from the Hawea which was wrecked in New Plymouth's harbour on 12 June 1888. According to Puke Ariki records it was found 'many years' after the wreck on a reef at the foot of Weymouth Street, New Plymouth.
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