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Nelson's funeral.

Nelson's funeral.
Nelson's funeral.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: PW4346
Description: The Dean of St Paul's (centre) reads the final prayers watched by the Prince of Wales (right foreground in light coat) and members of Nelson's family (right background). The service lasted some four hours and at the end the coffin was lowered into the crypt, draped with the ensign of HMS 'Victory'.
Creator: William Bromley, (artist): William Henry Worthington, (engraver): R Bowyer, (publisher)
Date: 1st Mar 1808
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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