Product images of One of John Paul Jones's most famous exploits
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One of John Paul Jones's most famous exploits
This print shows one of John Paul Jones's most famous exploits. Jones undertook a series of audacious raids along the British coast. On 23 September 1779, while commanding the frigate 'Bonhomme Richard', Jones boarded and captured the British warship 'Serapis' during an attack on a Baltic convoy. The captain of the 'Serapis' was knighted for allowing the convoy to escape.
Richard Paton (artist)
Original size: 374 mm x 460 mm
- Image reference: PW4644
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London