This month in history

On 7 May 1765 HMS Victory was launched at Chatham dockyard - the oldest naval ship still in commission today. In 1803, Victory became Nelson’s flagship in the war against Napoleon's armies, culminating in the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.
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The restoration of HMS 'Victory' }

Royal Museum Greenwich Prints

Royal Museums Greenwich holds one of the most impressive art, photography and ship plan collections in the UK, spanning all eras and aspects of maritime and naval history. We are proud to be able to make a huge number of these images available as high-quality prints, canvases or cards.