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Arrival of Nelson's funeral carriage for interment at St Paul's Cathedral.

Arrival of Nelson's funeral carriage for interment at St Paul's Cathedral.
Arrival of Nelson's funeral carriage for interment at St Paul's Cathedral.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: B2019
Description: Nelson's coffin lies on a catafalque directly beneath the dome. Around it are thousands of spectators in specially erected stands. A huge lantern made for the occasion with 130 individual lamps lights the scene. Captured French and Spanish ensigns hang from the galleries.
Creator: Augustus Charles Pugin
Date: 1806
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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