Item #P5351 H.M.S. St. Jean d'Acre, 101 GUNSJoining the Fleet at Cork To Captain the Honble. Henry Keppel, This print from the original drawing in his possession is with permission respectfully dedicated by his obliged and very faithful servant Oswald W Brierly. O W. Brierly.
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H.M.S. St. Jean d'Acre, 101 GUNS
Joining the Fleet at Cork To Captain the Honble. Henry Keppel, This print from the original drawing in his possession is with permission respectfully dedicated by his obliged and very faithful servant Oswald W Brierly.

London: Day & Son Lithographers to the Queen, c.1854. Notes: Lithograph of H.M.S. St. Jean d'Acre, off the Irish coast surrounded by other ships that are named: Leopard, Queen, Prince Regent, Imperieuse, London, Duke of Wellington and Agamemnon. She was the first two deck warship to be commissioned by the Royal Navy with 101 guns. She was launched in 1853 and went straight into action in the Crimean War. She was sailed in the English Chanel and the Mediterranean before being finally broken up in 1875., Image Size : 404x605 (mm), 15.91x23.82 (Inches), Platemark Size : , Paper Size : 537x725 (mm), 21.14x28.54 (Inches), Coloring: Original Hand Coloring, Medium: Lithograph, Categories: Transportation Ships;. Very Good. Item #P5351

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