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Battle Of Copenhagen Collection

"The Battle of Copenhagen: Lord Nelson's Heroic Triumph and Legacy" In this captivating collection of historical artifacts

Background imageBattle Of Copenhagen Collection: Copenhagen Badge showing Admiral Lord Nelson, 1801 (silver metal)

Copenhagen Badge showing Admiral Lord Nelson, 1801 (silver metal)
3870727 Copenhagen Badge showing Admiral Lord Nelson, 1801 (silver metal) by English School, (19th century); Nelson Museum and Local History Centre, Monmouth

Background imageBattle Of Copenhagen Collection: Admiral Lord Nelson (chromolitho)

Admiral Lord Nelson (chromolitho)
810788 Admiral Lord Nelson (chromolitho) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Admiral Lord Nelson.); Look and Learn / Elgar Collection

Background imageBattle Of Copenhagen Collection: Battle of Copenhagen, 1801, Serving the Guns (colour litho)

Battle of Copenhagen, 1801, Serving the Guns (colour litho)
6000826 Battle of Copenhagen, 1801, Serving the Guns (colour litho) by Webb, Archibald Bertram (1887-1944) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Battle of Copenhagen, 1801, Serving the Guns)

Background imageBattle Of Copenhagen Collection: 'He was Full of Animation'(engraving)

"He was Full of Animation"(engraving)
666828 " He was Full of Animation" (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: " He was Full of Animation")

Background imageBattle Of Copenhagen Collection: Lord Nelson (colour litho)

Lord Nelson (colour litho)
2775652 Lord Nelson (colour litho) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Lord Nelson. Illustration for Her Majestys Navy by Charles Rathbone Low (Virtue)

Background imageBattle Of Copenhagen Collection: On Hostile Ground. The landing of Nelson at Copenhagen after the battle

On Hostile Ground. The landing of Nelson at Copenhagen after the battle
LLM462069 On Hostile Ground. The landing of Nelson at Copenhagen after the battle by Davidson, Thomas (fl.1863-1908); Private Collection; (add.info.: On Hostile Ground)

Background imageBattle Of Copenhagen Collection: The Evening Before the Battle of Copenhagen (litho)

The Evening Before the Battle of Copenhagen (litho)
3638349 The Evening Before the Battle of Copenhagen (litho) by Davidson, Thomas (fl.1863-1908) (after); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageBattle Of Copenhagen Collection: Nelson and the Signal at the Battle of Copenhagen, 1801 (engraving)

Nelson and the Signal at the Battle of Copenhagen, 1801 (engraving)
671115 Nelson and the Signal at the Battle of Copenhagen, 1801 (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Nelson and the Signal at the Battle of Copenhagen, 1801)

Background imageBattle Of Copenhagen Collection: Lord Nelson in the Hospital ward (engraving)

Lord Nelson in the Hospital ward (engraving)
2786768 Lord Nelson in the Hospital ward (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Lord Nelson in the Hospital ward. Illustration for Chatterbox (1880)

Background imageBattle Of Copenhagen Collection: Nelson at the Battle of Copenhagen (litho)

Nelson at the Battle of Copenhagen (litho)
3638350 Nelson at the Battle of Copenhagen (litho) by Davidson, Thomas (fl.1863-1908) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Nelson at the Battle of Copenhagen.); Look and Learn / Elgar Collection

Background imageBattle Of Copenhagen Collection: Nelson at the Battle of Copenhagen (engraving)

Nelson at the Battle of Copenhagen (engraving)
664609 Nelson at the Battle of Copenhagen (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Nelson at the Battle of Copenhagen)

Background imageBattle Of Copenhagen Collection: The Eve of the Battle of Copenhagen (print)

The Eve of the Battle of Copenhagen (print)
3870736 The Eve of the Battle of Copenhagen (print) by Davidson, Thomas (fl.1863-1908) (after); (add.info.: The Eve of the Battle of Copenhagen: Dinner aboard the Elephant)

Background imageBattle Of Copenhagen Collection: The Battle of Copenhagen; Nelsons Squadron attacking, 1936. Creator: Unknown

The Battle of Copenhagen; Nelsons Squadron attacking, 1936. Creator: Unknown
The Battle of Copenhagen; Nelsons Squadron attacking, A naval battle in which a British fleet fought a large force of the Dano-Norwegian Navy anchored near Copenhagen on 2 April 1801.1936

Background imageBattle Of Copenhagen Collection: Monument to Captains James Mosse and Edward Riou, St Pauls Cathedral, City of London, 1806

Monument to Captains James Mosse and Edward Riou, St Pauls Cathedral, City of London, 1806. Monument by John Charles Felix Rossi

Background imageBattle Of Copenhagen Collection: Battle of Copenhagen 1801. British Fleet Approaching, 1801. Artists: Robert Pollard, JG Wells

Battle of Copenhagen 1801. British Fleet Approaching, 1801. Artists: Robert Pollard, JG Wells
Battle of Copenhagen, 1801. British Fleet Approaching, 1801. Admiral Lord Nelson won a victory over the Danish-Norrwegian fleet at the Battle of Copenhagen in 1801 after disregarding the order of his

Background imageBattle Of Copenhagen Collection: Admiral Nelson lying mortally wounded on the quarter deck of HMS Victory, 1816. Artist: I Brown

Admiral Nelson lying mortally wounded on the quarter deck of HMS Victory, 1816. Artist: I Brown
Admiral Nelson lying mortally wounded on the quarter deck of HMS Victory, 1816. One of Britains greatest military figures, Nelson was the victor at a number of naval battles in the Napoleonic Wars

Background imageBattle Of Copenhagen Collection: Lord Horatio Nelson, English naval commander, 1816. Artist: T Wallis

Lord Horatio Nelson, English naval commander, 1816. Artist: T Wallis
Lord Horatio Nelson (1758-1805), English naval commander, 1816. One of Britains greatest military figures, Nelson was the victor at a number of naval battles in the Napoleonic Wars

Background imageBattle Of Copenhagen Collection: Nelson at Copenhagen, c1801. Artist: Dominic Serres

Nelson at Copenhagen, c1801. Artist: Dominic Serres
Nelson at Copenhagen, c1801. The Battle of Copenhagen took place on 2 April 1801, between the British and Danish fleets. Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson (1758-1805) led the main British attack

Background imageBattle Of Copenhagen Collection: Battle of Copenhagen, c1801. Artist: Nicholas Pocock

Battle of Copenhagen, c1801. Artist: Nicholas Pocock
Battle of Copenhagen, c1801, (1924). The Battle of Copenhagen took place on 2 April 1801, between the British and Danish fleets. Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson (1758-1805) led the main British attack

Background imageBattle Of Copenhagen Collection: The Evening Before the Battle of Copenhagen, 1801

The Evening Before the Battle of Copenhagen, 1801. Admiral Lord Nelson won a victory over the Danish-Norrwegian fleet at the Battle of Copenhagen in 1801 after disregarding the order of his superior

Background imageBattle Of Copenhagen Collection: Nelson and the signal, Battle of Copenhagen, 1801

Nelson and the signal, Battle of Copenhagen, 1801. Nelson won a victory over the Danish-Norrwegian fleet at the Battle of Copenhagen in 1801 after disregarding the order of his superior

Background imageBattle Of Copenhagen Collection: Nelson sealing his historic message at Copenhagen, 1801

Nelson sealing his historic message at Copenhagen, 1801. Nelson won a victory over the Danish-Norrwegian fleet at the Battle of Copenhagen in 1801 after disregarding the order of his superior


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"The Battle of Copenhagen: Lord Nelson's Heroic Triumph and Legacy" In this captivating collection of historical artifacts, we are transported back to the dramatic events surrounding the Battle of Copenhagen. The first glimpse into this momentous clash is a silver metal Copenhagen Badge proudly displaying Admiral Lord Nelson, an emblem that symbolizes his unwavering leadership and strategic brilliance. Nelson Sealing Dispatches off Copenhagen, depicted in a mesmerizing oil painting on panel from c. 1835, captures the intensity and determination etched upon his face as he carries out his duties with utmost precision. A chromolitho portrait of Admiral Lord Nelson further immortalizes his legendary status, showcasing his resolute gaze and indomitable spirit. The vivid color lithograph titled "Battle of Copenhagen, 1801: Serving the Guns" transports us onto the battlefield itself. We witness brave sailors fearlessly manning their cannons amidst chaos and destruction, highlighting their unwavering loyalty to their commander. "He was Full of Animation, " an engraving capturing a pivotal moment during the battle when Lord Nelson's energy electrified those around him. This image serves as a testament to his ability to inspire courage even in the most dire circumstances. Another striking lithograph portrays Lord Nelson stepping ashore at hostile ground after emerging victorious from battle – a powerful reminder of both triumph and sacrifice endured by all involved. "The Evening Before the Battle of Copenhagen, " rendered in litho form, offers us a glimpse into moments preceding this historic clash; tension hangs heavy in the air as ships prepare for imminent conflict under darkened skies. "Nelson and the Signal at the Battle of Copenhagen" showcases an engraving depicting one crucial aspect that led to victory – clear communication between commanders amidst chaos. It highlights how Nelson's strategic acumen played an instrumental role in securing success on that fateful day. An engraving titled "Lord Nelson in Hospital Ward" reveals another facet seldom explored - vulnerability amid heroism.