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Ship's decanter and stopper with a blue neck, the white body printed in colour with an oval portrait of Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson (1758-1805) after Lemuel Abbott, a white ensign and union flag behind. Around the portrait is inscribed 'ADMIRAL . LORD . NELSON . PALMAM . QUI . MERUIT . FERAT.' There are three more prints as follows:- within a chain border: 'ROYAL NAVY TRADITIONAL TOASTS Monday: Our ships at sea. Tuesday: Our men. Wednesday: Ourselves (as no one is likely to concern themselves with our welfare.) Thursday: A bloody war and quick promotion. Friday: A willing soul and sea room. Saturday: Sweethearts and wives, may they never meet. Sunday: Absent friends and those at sea. The third print shows Britannia in a sea chariot. The final print is a Pusser's Rum label supported by dolphins.
George Wade & Son Ltd.
- Image reference: E5992
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