- Title: Battle Between The US Frigate Chesapeake And H.M.S. Shannon
- Author: J.C. Schetky
- Date: 1830
- Medium: Hand-colored lithograph
- Condition: Excellent
- Inches: 21" x 16"
- Centimeters: 53.85 x 41.03
- Product ID: 003823
To Captain Sir Philip Bowes Vere Broke Bars and K.C.B.
Set of 4:
This representation of the H.M.S. Shannon, commencing the Battle with the American Frigate Chesapeake, on the 1st June 1813. is Dedicated by his obliged and most grateful Servant R.H. King.
This representation of the American Frigate Chesapeake. Crippled and thrown into utter disorder by the two first broadsides fired from H.M.S. Shannon.
This representation of the H.M.S Shannon carrying by boarding the American Frigate Chesapeake. After a cannonade of five minutes. on the 1st of June, 1813.
This representation of the H.M.S Shannon leading her Prize the American Frigate Chesapeake, into Halifax Harbour on the 6th of June, 1813.
Painted by J.C. Schetky Esquire & on Stone by L. Hagne. Designed by Captian R.H. King RN. London, Published by Smith Elder & Co. 65 Cornhill. Printed by W Day 17 Gate St.