Product images of Plan of HMS 'Nelson'
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Plan of HMS 'Nelson'
The keel of the 'Nelson' was laid at Woolwich Dockyard on 14 November 1809. She was launched nine years later at Woolwich in July 1814. The launching was a gala affair with the Royal family in attendance, and over 20,000 spectators. This print shows several views of the hull and deck plans of this 120-gun first-rate ship of the line.
James Pringle (engraver)
Original size: 535 mm x 720 mm
- Image reference: PY9223
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London