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Trafalgar Gallery

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Choose from 438 pictures in our Trafalgar collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


The Battle of Trafalgar, H.M.S. Victory breaks the line Featured Print

The Battle of Trafalgar, H.M.S. Victory breaks the line

Illustration showing the moment during the Battle of Trafalgar, 21 October 1805, that HMS Victory broke through the enemy line and also the moment of Nelson's mortal wounding. It shows the positions of the ships, Ajax, Santissima Trinidad, Bucentaure, Victory and the Redoubtable

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07, 1805, 1897, 21, 23, Ajax, Battle, Breaks, Broke, Bucentaure, Dec, Enemy, Historical, History, Hms, Illustration, Iln, Import, Line, Moment, Mortal, October, Positions, Redoubtable, Santissima, Ships, Showing, Shows, Trafalgar, Trinidad, Victory, Wounding

HMS Implacable, 1920 Featured Print

HMS Implacable, 1920

Photograph of HMS Implacable, formerly the Duguay-Trouin, 1920. This ship was built in France in 1789, served at Trafalgar, and was captured by the Royal Navy shortly thereafter. After forty years active service, she became a boys training-ship at Devonport. In 1920 she was owned by Mr. G. Wheatly Cobb, who was hoping to use her as a training-ship for Sea Scouts, but the repair costs for this aged vessel were building up

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Nelsons last signal at Trafalgar, 21 October 1805 Featured Print

Nelsons last signal at Trafalgar, 21 October 1805

At the Battle of Trafalgar on 21 October 1805, Nelson gives his famous last signal England expects that every man will do his duty'. He had said to his officers I must give the Fleet something by way of a fillip'. This last signal certainly buoyed the Fleet as there was an answering of enthusiastic cheering and England went on to win the battle though Nelson lost his life that day. This reproduction is from the original painting by Thomas Davidson

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