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The funeral barge which conveyed the body of Lord Nelson from Greenwich to Whitehall.

The funeral barge which conveyed the body of Lord Nelson from Greenwich to Whitehall.
The funeral barge which conveyed the body of Lord Nelson from Greenwich to Whitehall.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: PW4376
Description: A rather fanciful view of the royal barge of Charles II, lent for the funeral by George III. The barge was preserved as a Nelson relic and is now displayed in the Royal Naval Museum in Portsmouth.
Creator: W. B. Walker (publisher)
Date: 1st Mar 1806
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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