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An English East Indiaman, bow view
A depiction of a ship of the Honourable East India company, in starboard-bow view and apparently starting to take in sail on her foremast. She is flying a masthead pennant at her main truck and the red and white striped jack and ensign of the Company, and has an ornately carved lion figurehead. Figures can be seen on the deck and several members of the crew are at work in the rigging. Land is visible on the far right, with the depiction of a tower close to the cliff edge.
- Image reference: BHC1011
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London