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The Battle of Copenhagen, 2 April 1801
'View of Admiral Lord Nelson's Victory over the Danes, before Copenhagen, April 2nd 1801. After a desperate Engagement of 4 hours the whole of the Danish line to the Southward of the Crown Islands consisting of seventeen Sail was Taken, Burnt or Sunk. The British Sqadron in Action consisted of nine Sail of the Line four Frigates two Gun Vessels, Bombs, &c'.
William Elmes (artist & engraver)
Original size: 248 mm x 356 mm
- Image reference: PU5667
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London