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Funeral procession of the late Lord Viscount Nelson, from the Admiralty to St Paul's, London, 9th January 1806.

Funeral procession of the late Lord Viscount Nelson, from the Admiralty to St Paul's, London, 9th January 1806.
Funeral procession of the late Lord Viscount Nelson, from the Admiralty to St Paul's, London, 9th January 1806.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: PY7328
Description: Nelson's funeral procession approaching St Paul's Cathedral with massed ranks of soldiers, sailors, clergy and crowds watching from nearby buildings and filling the surrounding streets.
Creator: Augustus Charles Pugin [artist]; M Merigot [engraver]; James Cundee [publisher]
Date: 1st Apr 1806
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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