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Loading guns and lacing on the fore bonnet
Four sketches of outboard loading depicting a man standing on a channel sponging; kneeling on a channel ramming; standing on a channel astride a gun sponing and sitting astride a gun sponing. There is also a depiction of a man holding a sponge and rammer. There is a rough sketch of part of the fore course hauled out to a bowline, showing hands lacing on the bonnet.
Willem van de Velde, the Younger
Original size: 139 mm x 280 mm
- Image reference: PW6464
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London