"'Victory' on the Atlantic Chase," by Geoff Hunt. Nelson's flagship, "HMS Victory," in pursuit of Admiral Villeneuve in August 1805.
Geoff Hunt Print - "H.M.S. Trusty in English Harbour, Antigua" From Geoff Hunt's spectacular series of prints depicting dramatic naval actions associated with the War of Independence and the War of 1812. The 50-gun ship Trusty takes on stores. Fifty-gun ships were too small for battleships and too slow and unweatherly for anything else, but they did have two gun decks and twenty-four pounder cannon. -- on ScrimshawGallery.com #GeoffHunt
"HMS Agamemnon" - Nelson's first flagship leads the squadron, Mediterranean, 1796. Nelson flies his flag as a Commodore, commanding his first squadron. He had commanded the 64-gun battleship 'Agamemnon', the ship he referred to as his favourite, since 1793. Nelson was given a Commodore's pennant in March 1796, just before he transferred to the 74-gun 'Captain' in June that year. 'Agamemnon' is shown leading 'Meleager' 32, 'Blanche' 32, 'Diadem' 64 and the now-famous 16-gun brig-sloop…
"'Agamemnon' opens fire on the 'Ca Ira,' 12th March, 1795," by Geoff Hunt.
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Stories from History: The war of Jenkins Ear
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