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J. Sewill

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c.1870 Marine chronometer, ex-'Queen of the Seas', displayed at the Maritime Museum of BC
ca.1880. Victor Kullberg Marine Chronometer made for Joseph Sewill. No 4647.
Marine chronometer on display at the World Museum, Liverpool
1951.
Barograph.

Joseph Sewill of 61 South Castle Street, Liverpool.

Marine Chronometers.

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c.1870 marine chronometer No. 2430, signed by Joseph Sewill, movement by Joseph Preston of Prescot, on display at the World Museum, Liverpool.

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