Product images of HM schooner 'Hornet' 4 guns
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HM schooner 'Hornet' 4 guns
Port view of a small two masted vessel with fore and aft rig on both masts, the fore mast also having square rig top sails. The Union Jack is flying from the main mast yard. A small tender is tied to the stern. Nine people are visible on the deck. The 'Hornet' is at anchor. The coastline is visible in the background and there is a stern view of another vessel to the left of the image. The 'Hornet' appears to have 4 guns as there are 2 gun ports on the port side - this helps to identify the vessel as the 4-gun ex-Dutch hoy of 1794 rather than the 6-gun schooner of 1831.Object number: PAF7998
Date: 18th century-early 19th century
Original dimensions: 404 mm x 557 mm
- Image reference: PW7998
- © National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London