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Product images of Captain Sir Edward Pellew's 'Nymphe' boards and takes the 'Cleopatra', 18 June 1793
Product details Captain Sir Edward Pellew's 'Nymphe' boards and takes the 'Cleopatra', 18 June 1793
Captain Sir Edward Pellew's 'Nymphe' boards and takes the 'Cleopatra', 18 June 1793
Although uninscribed this appears, from the compositional similarities to PAD8717, including loss of the mizzen mast on the right, to be Pellew's capture of the 'Cleopatra' in the first single-ship duel of the French Revolutionary War.
Original size: 148 mm x 237 mm
- Image ref: PU8716
- National Maritime Museum