Product images of The Battle of Trafalgar, 21 October 1805
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The Battle of Trafalgar, 21 October 1805
Hand-coloured and one of a set of three, PAI 6132 (PAI5438 being another copy), PAI6134 and PAI6144. These were all issued by Wigley, presumably the original publisher. See their related 'key' print, PAI7813 for details. However PAI5440 and PAI 5441 are apparently reissues by Fairburn, who also issued a matching plate of Strachan's post-Trafalgar mop-up action of 4 November 1805 (PAI5439).
John Thomas Serres
- Image reference: A1174
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London