Product images of Royal Naval uniform, pattern 1801
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Royal Naval uniform, pattern 1801
Bicorn hat worn by Lord Nelson at the Battle of Copenhagen in 1801. Made of beaver or hare fur and bound with 1 3/4" gold lace, 3/8" gold lace loop, the button of which is missing. Instead of a black silk cockade there is a plume made of card painted black probably intended to represent the chelengk. The crown and linings are replacements.
- Image reference: F6975
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London