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A Fine Art Limited Edition from the International Museum Collection
Plan of Drake’s Attack on Santo Domingo, 1595 by Sir Francis Drake
British Library, London, UK
LE giclee 22/250 Paper size 22.25″ x 30.25″. Image size 17.5″ x 25.25″
Edition medium: Giclée print on Somerset Velvet Paper 330g.
Inks: Archival pigment inks
Color Permanence: Rated for 100+ years
Print Size: 22.25″ High x 30.25″ Wide.
Limited Edition of 150, numbered 2/150. Comes with a certificate of authenticity.
Blind embossed with the seal of 1451 International
These are no longer being made. This is the last one.
Drake’s attack on Santo Domingo. 16th-century illustration of a fleet led by English corsair Sir Francis Drake attacking Santo Domingo (in present-day Dominican Republic). Drake’s forces captured the city and occupied it for over a month, looting and extorting a large ransom. This attack took place on 1 January 1586 during Drake’s 1585-6 voyage to the West Indies, and was part of the Anglo-Spanish War. Map published in 1589 by Italian cartographer Giovanni Battista Boazio.