Product images of Damlooper before the wind
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Damlooper before the wind
The damloper was a Dutch inland vessel whose name means 'damrunner'. This was because the vessel could be hauled over dams and dykes. The drawing is signed and dated 1803.
Pieter Aartsz Blauw
Original size: 375 mm x 540 mm
- Image reference: PY4308
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London