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A Debenham Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 7 pictures in our A Debenham collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Cowes, c1896. Artist: A Debenham
Cowes, c1896. Artist: A Debenham
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Osborne House, c1896. Artist: A Debenham
Osborne House, c1896. Artist: A Debenham
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Osborne House, I.O.W. C1900. Artist: A Debenham
Osborne House, I.O.W. C1900. Artist: A Debenham
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The company of the first class cruiser, HMS Imperieuse, 1896. Artist: A Debenham
The company of the first class cruiser, HMS Imperieuse, 1896. Artist: A Debenham
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A holophote on board HMS Imperieuse, 1896. Artist: A Debenham
A holophote on board HMS Imperieuse, 1896. Artist: A Debenham
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Rear-Admiral Henry Bury Palliser, commander of the British Pacific fleet, 1896.Artist: A Debenham
Rear-Admiral Henry Bury Palliser, commander of the British Pacific fleet, 1896.Artist: A Debenham
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Rear-Admiral Alfred Taylor Dale, Commander in Chief of the Flying Squadron, 1896. Artist: A Debenham
Rear-Admiral Alfred Taylor Dale, Commander in Chief of the Flying Squadron, 1896. Artist: A Debenham
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Rear-Admiral Alfred Taylor Dale, Commander in Chief of the Flying Squadron, 1896. Artist: A Debenham Featured Image

Rear-Admiral Alfred Taylor Dale, Commander in Chief of the Flying Squadron, 1896. Artist: A Debenham

Rear-Admiral Alfred Taylor Dale, Commander in Chief of the Flying Squadron, 1896. In 1896 Dale (1840-1925) commanded the Particular Service Squadron, a squadron of six ships mobilised after Kaiser Wilhelm II sent a congratulatory telegram to President Paul Kruger of the South African Republic after his repulsing of the Jameson Raid. Known as the Flying Squadron, it was held in readiness for 10 months before being disbanded in November 1896. A print from The Navy and Army Illustrated, 6th March 1896

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