Bar shot fired from the Spanish ship the 'Santisima Trinidada' into HMS' Victory' at the Battle of Trafalgar by unknown

Bar shot fired from the Spanish ship the 'Santisima Trinidada' into HMS' Victory' at the Battle of Trafalgar

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Bar shot fired from the Spanish ship the 'Santisima Trinidada' into HMS' Victory' at the Battle of Trafalgar

Bar shot fired from the Spanish ship the 'Santisima Trinidada' into HMS' Victory' at the Battle of Trafalgar killing eight of her crew. The shot in fact killed eight Marines in a row, the remainder then being spread out to avoid a repetition, and was retrieved by their lieutenant, Lewis Rotely. As the inscription on the stand indicates, he presented it to a friend whose son gave it to Queen Victoria in 1872. Rotely also had the presence of mind to salvage Nelson's breeches and bloodied stockings from 'Victory's' cockpit, and his daughter bequeathed these items to Greenwich Hospital in 1896. The stand is numbered KTP1079.1.

Original size: 392 mm x 146 mm

  • Image reference: L5050

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