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Engraving of the famous sea-battle involving John Paul Jones based on the painting "Action Between the Serapis and Bonhomme Richard" by Richard Paton.

Date published 1780
Source Richard Paton
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creator QS:P170,Q3431102
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Combat memorable donne le 22, 7re 1779, entre le Captaine Pearson commandant le Serapis et Paul Jones commandant le Bonh - NARA - 532895.tif

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current14:03, 2 September 2006Thumbnail for version as of 14:03, 2 September 2006578 × 377 (42 KB)PhilFree== Summary == Engraving based on the painting "Action Between the Serapis and Bonhomme Richard" by Richard Paton, published 1780. == Licensing == {{PD-art}} Category:Paintings of naval battles

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