The 'Wolf' (1826) [or (1814)] brig of war (late of the Royal Navy) making Signal and laying to, for a pilot off Dover by Edward William Cooke

The 'Wolf' (1826) [or (1814)] brig of war (late of the Royal Navy) making Signal and laying to, for a pilot off Dover

Edward William Cooke

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The 'Wolf' (1826) [or (1814)] brig of war (late of the Royal Navy) making Signal and laying to, for a pilot off Dover

This print depicts a brig (two masts). The Wolf of 1826, which this record had been linked to, was a three masted Ship Sloop. Therefore, it is likely the image actually depicts the 'Wolf' of 1814 as she was a Brig Sloop. The title states that the subject is the brig of war 'Wolf' late of the Royal Navy which also indicates that it depicts 'HMS Wolf' (1814), as she was sold out of Admiralty service in 1825.
Edward William Cooke

Original size: 165 mm x 206 mm

  • Image reference: PU6134

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