Product images of The 'Royal Saint George' in three positions in the Downs
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The 'Royal Saint George' in three positions in the Downs
Three views of the Indiaman 'Royal George' in the Downs, off the east coast of Kent. The ship is depicted at anchor on the right in starboard-bow view, being approached by a Deal lugger under sail which may be carrying a pilot. The ship was an Indiaman of 758 tons, owned by Thomas Thomas, and made two voyages to India under Captain Thomas Foxall, 1778-1780.
- Image reference: BHC4171
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London