H.M.S. Victory laid down 1759 launched 1765 was after 157 years of service placed 1922 in her present berth the oldest dock in the world and restored to her condition as at Trafalgar under the superintendence of the Society for Nautical Research to commemorate the completion of the work this tablet was unveiled on 17th July 1928 by H.M. King George V

Photo of George V and Victory black plaque
Elliott Brown on Flickr
Photo of George V and Victory black plaque
Elliott Brown on Flickr

Lower Gun Deck, HMS Victory, Portsmouth
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by Society for Nautical Research on 17 July 1928

Colour: black

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