Admiral Duncan, Battle of Camperdown 1797 Miniature Watercolour "Duncan's Victory". English Maritime School watercolour on ivory in a verre eglomise mount and circular oak frame.
The Battle of Camperdown was a major naval action fought off the Dutch coast between the British North Sea Fleet, under Admiral Duncan, and a Batavian (Dutch) Navy Fleet under Vice Admiral Jan de Winter on 11th October 1797. It was the most significant action between the British and Dutch during the French Revolutionary Wars and the British captured eleven Dutch ships.
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Approximate frame dimensions are 10.5 cm diameter and 2 cm depth.
Approximate picture dimensions are 4.5 cm diameter.