Item 04 - Ettore Raffi fishing

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MT NAM MEM-0001ER-02-04


Ettore Raffi fishing


  • 1970s (Creation)

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1 digital surrogate of photograph on paper

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Technical Identification (original/physical copy): Colour; positive; print; Photographic Type: Chromogenic colour print. Size and dimensions of the digital surrogate image: Size TIFF: 5.49 MB (5,766,626 bytes); Size JPG: 184 KB (189,349 bytes); 1200 x 1600 pixels; Resolution 96 dpi; Bit depth: 24

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Original found at Ettore Raffi

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Internal relationship: Related to Ettore Raffi interview and ephemera

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Photographer: n/a; Locality: Lampedusa


The digital copy was created on the 02/10/2017


General keywords: sailors, trade, Dom Mintoff, women in Malta, Strait Street, British in Malta, Panama, Tunisia, Valletta, selling fish, Independence, culture, Salvatore Davì

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Date of cataloguing: 17/07/2018




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