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The Battle of Camperdown, 11 October 1797
In the centre of the picture, in starboard-quarter view, is Duncan's flagship the 'Venerable', 74 guns in action with the Dutch Vice-Admiral J. W. de Winter's 'Vrijheid', 74 guns, shown to port. 'Venerable' is flying the blue ensign from the mizzen and Duncan's blue admiral's command flag at the main. She also flies a flag with red and white squares, which is the Number 5 signal, to 'engage the enemy'.
- Image reference: BHC0505
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London