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The 'Brederode' off Hellevoetsluis
Two Dutch warships are shown off Hellevoetsluis, together with other shipping. On the left is a vice-admiral's flagship, in port and stern view, flying the Dutch flag. It bears the arms of the City of Amsterdam on the stern. The principal ship on the right is probably the 'Brederode', shown in port and stern view. Built in 1645, she was Maarten Tromp's flagship, in which he was killed at the Battle of Scheveningen in 1653.
Simon de Vlieger
- Image reference: BHC4158
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London