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Battleships Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

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


The Occupation of the Battery at Port Arthur (Ryojunko hodai nottori no zu), 1895
The Occupation of the Battery at Port Arthur (Ryojunko hodai nottori no zu), 1895
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The Crimean War, 1854-56, The Bombardment of Sveaborg by the Baltic Fleet, (1901)
The Crimean War, 1854-56, The Bombardment of Sveaborg by the Baltic Fleet, (1901)
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Ready to Start, 1917. Creator: Joseph Pennell
Ready to Start, 1917. Creator: Joseph Pennell
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Building the Battleship, 1917. Creator: Joseph Pennell
Building the Battleship, 1917. Creator: Joseph Pennell
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Ready for Service Again, 1917. Creator: Joseph Pennell
Ready for Service Again, 1917. Creator: Joseph Pennell
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Battleship Coming Home, 1917. Creator: Joseph Pennell
Battleship Coming Home, 1917. Creator: Joseph Pennell
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The Middle Watch, illustration from Drakes Drum and Other Songs of the Sea, 1905
The Middle Watch, illustration from Drakes Drum and Other Songs of the Sea, 1905
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The Middle Watch, illustration from Drakes Drum and Other Songs of the Sea, 1905 Featured Image

The Middle Watch, illustration from Drakes Drum and Other Songs of the Sea, 1905

The Middle Watch - Watch, oh watch till ye find again Life and the land of morn. Illustration from Drake's Drum and Other Songs of the Sea by Henry Newbolt (1862-1938) pub. 1905 (colour litho). Drake's Drum is a snare drum that Sir Francis Drake (c. 1540 - 1596) took with him when he circumnavigated the world. Shortly before his death off Panama he ordered the drum to be taken to Buckland Abbey and vowed that if England were ever in danger and someone was to beat the drum he would return to defend the country. Legend claims it can be heard in times of national crisis

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