Destruction of the French Gun Boats or Little Boney and his Friend Tally in high Glee Tote Bag

Destruction of the French Gun Boats or Little Boney and his Friend Tally in high Glee Tote Bag

Cartoon, dated 22nd November 1803, depicting the destruction of French gunboats. The French foreign minister Charles Maurice de Talleyrand Perigord stands left of the picture with Napoleon Bonaparte on his shoulder looking through a telescope made from a plan to invade Britain. Napoleon says "O my dear Talley, what a glorious sight! We've worked up Johnny Bull into a fine passion..."

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Title
Destruction of the French Gun Boats or Little Boney and his Friend Tally in high Glee
Product Code
NMRN0016_BAG
Decade
1800
Edition Type
Open Edition
Copyright
© Trustees of the NMRN

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• Dimensions: 42 x 38cm
• Image Size: 20 x 28cm (approx)

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