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The Battle of Trafalgar, 21 October 1805
'To Rear Admiral Sir Richard Strachan...This Representation of his Victory over the French Squadron...when engaged by Lord Nelson off Cape Trafalgar...'. One of a set of three in NMM, though probably originally four; the others in the collection are PAI5440 and PAI5441, which appear to be reissues of two plates out of a set of three that did not include this subject, originally issued by Wigley in 1806-07. The Wigley plates are PAI6132 (PAI5438 is another copy), PAI6144 and PAI6134. The putative missing one from the Fairburn set is his version of PAI6132.
John Thomas Serres
Original size: 527 mm x 827 mm
- Image reference: PZ5439
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London