Horatio Nelson creamware jug by unknown

Horatio Nelson creamware jug


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Horatio Nelson creamware jug

Creamware jug, transfer-printed in black with a portrait of Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson (1758-1805). Inscribed above: 'England expects every Man to do his duty', below 'ADML LORD NELSON', on a ribbon 'Born Septr 29 1758 Died Octr 21 1805 Aged 47'. On the other side of the jug is a battle plan with place names and the inscription 'BATTLE off TRAFALGAR Gained by the British Fleet under LD NELSON on the 21 Octr 1805 against the combined Fleet of France and Spain in which action the intrepid Nelson fell covered with Glory and renown.' 'The Enemy's Line consisted of 18 French and 15 Spanish Ships making 33 to our 27. The action began at Noon the Guns muzzle to muzzle and at 3 O Clock PM it terminated splendidly glorious to the British Arms. Nineteen Ships of the Line struck in which were 3 Flag Officers viz Adml. Villeneauve Commander in chief, Don Ignatio Maria d. Avila since dead Vice Admiral, and Don Baltazar Hidalgo Cisneros, Rear Admiral.'

  • Image reference: E5834

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