Item #P5345 To The Officers, Seamen & Marines of His Majesty's Ships Amphion, Cerberus, Volage & Active, This Plate represents....at the time of the Blowing up of the French Commodore, off the Island of Lissa, in the Adriatic, on the 13 March 1811. G. Webster.
G. Webster

To The Officers, Seamen & Marines of His Majesty's Ships Amphion, Cerberus, Volage & Active, This Plate represents....at the time of the Blowing up of the French Commodore, off the Island of Lissa, in the Adriatic, on the 13 March 1811

London: R.Lambe, 1812. Notes: A view from the Battle of Lissa, fought on 13 March 1811 between a combined French and Venetian squadron, commanded by Rear-Admiral Bernard Dubourdieu (1773-1811), and a smaller British squadron, commanded by Captain William Hoste (1780-1828), resulting in a British victory. Napoleonic Wars (1803-15). , Image Size : 450x620 (mm), 17.72x24.41 (Inches), Platemark Size : , Paper Size : 520x680 (mm), 20.47x26.77 (Inches), Coloring: Original Hand Coloring, Medium: Aquatint, Categories: Naval;. Very Good. Item #P5345

Price: $3,750.00

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