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Portrait of the 'Plymouth'
The English ship 'Plymouth', 60 guns, was built in 1653 and rebuilt in 1705. The drawing is inscribed pleijmoud vergadt which identifies the ship. There is a drawing in the Boymans Museum in Rotterdam (MB1866.T331) of 'de oude pleijmout daer Sr thomas/hallin mede naer konstantinoobelen was' (The old 'Plymouth' in which Sir Thomas Allin went to Constantinople).
Willem van de Velde, the Elder
Original size: 335 mm x 649 mm
- Image reference: PT2299
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London