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In the Arctic--William Bradford, 1875
Three English ships at the coast of Genoa--Lorenzo Centurione
The Terra Nova and a berg at ice-foot, January 16th 1911--Herbert G. Ponting
Picture taken in the Antarctic, from Dutch sailing barque Europa at the wreck of the Norwegian whaling ship, Guvernøren. The Guvernøren was destroyed in 1915 when her cargo of whale oil caught fire.
Taking of HMS Diamond Rock, near Martinique, June 2, 1805--Auguste Etienne François Mayer, 1832
Aurora Borealis, Nova Zembla--Louis Apol
The frigate "Jylland" (Jutland) in the Sound on a calm day--Christian Ferdinand Andreas Mølsted, 1899
The Swedish Brig Tre Kronor at the Scarlet festival, St. Petersburg
Sea view--Ivan Aivazovski, 1865
Nelson Boarding the Victory at Portsmouth--Bernard Finegan Gribble
The Captain’s Wife--Carl Sundt-Hansen, 1895
Spithead anchorage--Geoff Hunt
A First rate Man-of-War driven onto a reef of rocks, floundering in a gale--George Philip Reinagle
Sea view--Ivan Aivazovski, 1867
A model of the Rivoli, a 74-gun Téméraire-class ship of the line belonging to the French Navy. She did not remain in French service for long, however, only 2 years later she became HMS Rivoli.
Visit to the Indian Archipelago, in the H.M.S. Mæander 1849, with portions of the private journal of Sir James Brooke. Illustrations by O. W. Brierly, 1853.
The great Tea race- Ariel and Taeping, 1866--Montague Dawson
Frederic Edwin Church
U.S. Privateer Grand Turk vs H.M. Packet Hinchinbrooke--John Bentham-Dinsdale, 1964
An early 19th century Prisoner of War bone model of an unknown 50 gun ship with beautiful details. Model measures 30in (76cm) long. Material: Beef, Pig and probably human bone as well as brass and human hair.
Sails of the 84-year-old, 295-foot Coast Guard Bark Eagle. She is the American military’s only sailing vessel still in operation.
H.M.S. Shannon leading her Prize the American Frigate Chesapeake into Halifax Harbour. Canada, June 1813--John Christian Schetky, 1830
The wooden walls, Guardians of the Empire--Patrick o’Brien