HMS Agincourt Royal Navy Ironclad antique print

£25.00

HMS Agincourt. Original antique print from ‘The Illustrated London News’ dated 13th. April 1867, showing her at sea and in full sail. Although a steam-powered vessel, like many of her contemporary warships, she was still fully rigged for sailing. A nice clean print. Paper size approx 16 x 11 inches. Price shown is ex VAT.

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HMS Agincourt. Original antique print from ‘The Illustrated London News’ dated 13th. April 1867, showing her at sea and in full sail. Although a steam-powered vessel, like many of her contemporary warships, she was still fully rigged for sailing.

HMS Agincourt was a Minotaur-class armoured frigate built for the Royal Navy during the 1860s. She spent most of her career as the flagship of the Channel Squadron‘s second-in-command. During the Russo-Turkish War of 1877–78, she was one of the ironclads sent to Constantinople to forestall a Russian occupation of the Ottoman capital. Agincourt participated in Queen Victoria‘s Golden Jubilee Fleet Review in 1887. The ship was placed in reserve two years later and served as a training ship from 1893 to 1909. That year she was converted into a coal hulk and renamed as C.109Agincourt served at Sheerness until sold for scrap in 1960.

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