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John Crawford of Sunderland, Durham
'John Crawford of Sunderland Durham. The Sailor who Nailed the Flag to the Main Top Gallant mast head, on board the Venerable, Lord Duncan's Ship, after being once Shot away by the Dutch Admil de Winter. Drawn by Mr Orme on board for the Express purpose of Introducing into his Picture of Ld Duncan's Victory now Engraving by Subscription & which includes Portraits of the Admirals & Officers who so Gloriously Distinguished themselves on the ever Memorable 11th of October 1797.'
Original size: 246 mm x 182 mm
- Image reference: PU3447
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London