Product images of English two-decker, possibly the 'Yarmouth', built in 1653 and broken up in 1680
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English two-decker, possibly the 'Yarmouth', built in 1653 and broken up in 1680
The 'Yarmouth', viewed from the starboard quarter with twelve guns on the gun deck, ten on the upper deck and four on the quarterdeck. The three ports in the waist have square decoration and the four small ones on the quarterdeck are wreathed. There is a latrine in the main chains. This is probably one of the 54-gun fourth-rates
Willem van de Velde, the Elder
Original size: 241 mm x 530 mm
- Image reference: PY4114
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London