Product images of HMS 'Bellerophon' off Cape Carthage, 26 April 1852
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HMS 'Bellerophon' off Cape Carthage, 26 April 1852
Inscribed below the ship 'Bellerophon / Captn Lord......TBC' and below the North African cape bearing the watchtower, centre, 'Cape Carthage'. It is also identified as 'Cape Carthage / Apr 26th 52' in the top right corner of the preceding page (PAI0865 verso).The ship is presumably the former 'Waterloo', 80-guns, renamed 'Bellerophon' in 1824 which was not sold for disposal until 1892. J.J. Colledge's standard list of Navy ships notes her as on 'harbour service' from 1848, but she had presumably been recommissioned for the Mediterranean subsequently.
George Pechell Mends
Original size: 255 mm x 372 mm
- Image reference: PZ0866-001
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London