HMS Seal in Victorian livery

HMS Seal in Victorian livery


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HMS Seal in Victorian livery

Here we see the Laird 30-knot destroyer HMS Seal in her Victorian livery. Note the number 9 on her bridge, which was probably her number within the single large destroyer flotilla the British ships were originally organised into. She later became a B Class Destroyer, the group of 30 knot destroyers with four funnels.



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