“Nieuwe tafel voor alle Lief hebbers en Zeevaarende Persoonen vertoonende een Oorloghs-schip met al ‘t Touwerk als meede eeen door gesnede schip van voore, van achteren en Booten Sloepen en Cameele etc. en verdere gereetschappe daar toebehoorende.” (New overview for all who are interested and also seafarers, of a warship or man-o-war with its complete rigging and sails, as well as a cross-section of the ship and its bow and stern. Also sloops and ship camel and other nautical tools and accessories.) Copper engraving, published by Cornelis Kribbel in Utrecht around 1760. Coloured by a later hand. Size: approx. 50 x 59 cm.
Dutch man-o-war at anchor with every aspect of its design and construction. Beneath the main illustration is a highly detailed cross-section of the interior, down to staircases, barrels in storage areas, and 96 cannons. The main drawings are surrounded by details of the ribbing and planking, dry docks, and nautical navigational equipment including different types of compasses. Also the hierachy on board is given from highest ranking officer (Admiral-General), all the way down to the soldiers (of which there are up to 300).