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Lloyd's Patriotic Fund vase presented to Captain, later Vice-Admiral James Nicoll Morris (?1763-1830) after the Battle of Trafalgar, 1805. Silver vase and cover of amphora form with a flat cover surmounted with a lion passant. The body of the vase is in two pieces, with high handles. The upper section has a laurel leaf border at the neck. The lower section has on one side a figure of Britannia holding winged Victory in her hand, and on the other side Hercules slaying the Hydra. The lower part has acanthus leaf and acorn decoration with a circular foot.
- Image reference: D4925_2
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London