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Launch of HMS Queen Charlotte at Deptford, 17 July 1810

Launch of HMS Queen Charlotte at Deptford, 17 July 1810
Launch of HMS Queen Charlotte at Deptford, 17 July 1810
© National Maritime Museum, London
Description: A souvenir print of the launch of the 'Queen Charlotte' from Deptford Yard on 17 July 1810. Named after the reigning Queen, wife of King George III, she was one of the largest warships yet built at Deptford. She was a 110-gun first-rate ship of the line, specifically designed to act as an admiral's flagship.
Creator: G Thompson (publisher)
Date: 7 August 1810
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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