Product images of French republican banner
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French republican banner
French republican banner captured during the Battle of the Glorious First of June 1794. It belonged to the boarding division of 'L'Amerique' 74, engaged and taken by 'Leviathan' commanded by Lord Hugh Seymour (1759-1801). The banner is made of white silk, hand-sewn with a gold fringe on three sides and embroidered with the battle cry 'MARINS LA REPUBLIQUE OU LA MORT' (Sailors, the Republic or death) in yellow.
- Image reference: D5481
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London