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An engagement between the Spanish and the Dutch, circa 1630
An engagement between Spanish and Dutch ships, with a small yacht on the far left flying the States General flag. Next to it is a Dutch ship in starboard-bow view, flying the Dutch flag from the foremast and the mizzen mast. A number of figures can be seen on deck& a man in the stern blows a trumpet to sound the action and a figure next to him stands brandishing a sword. She is engaged in gunfire with the larger ship, half-visible behind in port-quarter view, which is flying an unidentified flag, probably Spanish, at the stern.
- Image reference: BHC0270
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London