In pictures: Franklin's death in the ice exhibition

National Maritime Museum will host a major exhibition, exploring the mysterious fate of Sir John Franklin and his crew on their final expedition – a mystery that still remains unsolved today.
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Photographic portraits of Franklin's crew are part of the 'Death In The Ice: The Shocking Story Of Franklin's Final Expedition' exhibition at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, London on July 7, 2017. An exhibition, on the mysterious disappearance of British explorer, John Franklin and 128 members of the crew during a tragic expedition to Arctic, is to be unveiled at the National Maritime Museum in London from July 14.
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A 16th century wooden Inuit model of an European ship is part of the 'Death In The Ice: The Shocking Story Of Franklin's Final Expedition' exhibition at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, London on July 7, 2017. An exhibition, on the mysterious disappearance of British explorer, John Franklin and 128 members of the crew during a tragic expedition to Arctic, is to be unveiled at the National Maritime Museum in London from July 14.
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A bronze bell, the first artefact raised from the wreck of Erebus in 2014, is part of the 'Death In The Ice: The Shocking Story Of Franklin's Final Expedition' exhibition at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, London on July 7, 2017. An exhibition, on the mysterious disappearance of British explorer, John Franklin and 128 members of the crew during a tragic expedition to Arctic, is to be unveiled at the National Maritime Museum in London from July 14.
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A document, believed to be the only written evidence of explorer John Franklin's death, is part of the 'Death In The Ice: The Shocking Story Of Franklin's Final Expedition' exhibition at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, London on July 7, 2017. An exhibition, on the mysterious disappearance of British explorer, John Franklin and 128 members of the crew during a tragic expedition to Arctic, is to be unveiled at the National Maritime Museum in London from July 14.
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An officer's leather boot, recovered from the wreck of HMS Erebus in 2015, is part of the 'Death In The Ice: The Shocking Story Of Franklin's Final Expedition' exhibition at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, London on July 7, 2017. An exhibition, on the mysterious disappearance of British explorer, John Franklin and 128 members of the crew during a tragic expedition to Arctic, is to be unveiled at the National Maritime Museum in London from July 14.
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A lid from a food tin brought from Cape Felix and recovered from an expedition ship is part of the 'Death In The Ice: The Shocking Story Of Franklin's Final Expedition' exhibition at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, London on July 7, 2017. An exhibition, on the mysterious disappearance of British explorer, John Franklin and 128 members of the crew during a tragic expedition to Arctic, is to be unveiled at the National Maritime Museum in London from July 14.
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A bronze bell, the first artefact raised from the wreck of Erebus in 2014, is part of the 'Death In The Ice: The Shocking Story Of Franklin's Final Expedition' exhibition at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, London on July 7, 2017. An exhibition, on the mysterious disappearance of British explorer, John Franklin and 128 members of the crew during a tragic expedition to Arctic, is to be unveiled at the National Maritime Museum in London from July 14.