English School, circa 1810 Commander E. S. Crouch R.N. (d.1821), wearing dark blue coat with standing collar, white facings and waistcoat, both dressed with gold buttons, white concertinaed chemise and black stock
Lot 138Y
English School
circa 1810
Commander E. S. Crouch R.N. (d.1821), wearing dark blue coat with standing collar, white facings and waistcoat, both dressed with gold buttons, white concertinaed chemise and black stock
Sold for £2,250 (US$ 3,777) inc. premium
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English School, circa 1810
Commander E. S. Crouch R.N. (d.1821), wearing dark blue coat with standing collar, white facings and waistcoat, both dressed with gold buttons, white concertinaed chemise and black stock.
Gold frame, the reverse glazed to reveal plaited hair.
Oval, 67mm (2 5/8in) high

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  • Crouch died during his command of HMS 'Victory' in 1821. He was Lieutenant aboard HMS 'Amethyst', which in 1808, captured the French frigate, 'Thetis' and Lieutenant aboard HMS 'Hannibal', which captured the 'Sultane' in 1814. Crouch's eldest son was Commander Edward Crouch R.N. (1816-1847) of HMS 'Devastation'.
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