The frigate 'Pique' Anonymous
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The frigate 'Pique'
Side elevation of the Pique frigate with four details of the vessel's keel exhibiting levels of damage caused by running aground. Plate 2 from the book Improvements in naval architecture, by Oliver Lang (Woolwich, 1853). The plate is inscribed: 'PIQUE FRIGATE OF 36 GUNS. Showing her state after having been on the Rocks. H.W.Hampton Del. Day & Son, Lithrs. To the Queen.' Oliver Lang (1777-1853) was a master shipwright at the Royal Naval Dockyard at Woolwich.
Original: lithograph . 1853
- Image reference: RS-10556
- The Royal Society
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