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Admiral de Winter Surrendering his Sword to Admiral Lord Duncan, after the defeat of the Dutch fleet at the battle of Camperdown, a printed fan, the leaf a stipple engraving, published by B. Coker, 118 Fleet Street, November 20, 1797, with wooden sticks - 9.5in. (25cm.), 1797
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Admiral de Winter Surrendering his Sword to Admiral Lord Duncan, after the defeat of the Dutch fleet at the battle of Camperdown, a printed fan, the leaf a stipple engraving, published by B. Coker, 118 Fleet Street, November 20, 1797, with wooden sticks - 9.5in. (25cm.), 1797

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Admiral de Winter Surrendering his Sword to Admiral Lord Duncan, after the defeat of the Dutch fleet at the battle of Camperdown, a printed fan, the leaf a stipple engraving, published by B. Coker, 118 Fleet Street, November 20, 1797, with wooden sticks - 9.5in. (25cm.), 1797
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Provenance
Lady Charlotte Schreiber
Exhibited
The Harris Museum and Art Gallery, Preston, The World of the Fan, 1976, cat. no. 94
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