Commodore Isaac Hull, USN, (1773-1843) - Artifacts



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Photo #: NH 48964

Silver urn presented to Captain Isaac Hull, USN,


By the citizens of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in recognition of his 19 August 1812 victory over HMS Guerriere while in command of USS Constitution. The urn was made by Philadelphia silversmiths Thomas Fletcher and Sidney Gardiner, and engraved by W. Hooker.
This view shows the urn's obverse side, with presentation inscription.
The urn was loaned to the Navy in 1911 by Dr. Isaac Hull Platt. In 1982 it was transferred to the USS Constitution Museum, Boston, Massachusetts.
Photographed 3 September 1964 by B.L. Mason.

U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command Photograph

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Photo #: NH 48965

Silver urn presented to Captain Isaac Hull, USN,


By the citizens of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in recognition of his 19 August 1812 victory over HMS Guerriere while in command of USS Constitution. The urn was made by Philadelphia silversmiths Thomas Fletcher and Sidney Gardiner, and engraved by W. Hooker.
This view shows the urn's reverse side, with a depiction of the battle between the two ships.
The urn was loaned to the Navy in 1911 by Dr. Isaac Hull Platt. In 1982 it was transferred to the USS Constitution Museum, Boston, Massachusetts.
Photographed 3 September 1964 by B.L. Mason.

U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command Photograph

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Photo #: NH 48963

Silver urn presented to Captain Isaac Hull, USN,


By the citizens of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in recognition of his 19 August 1812 victory over HMS Guerriere while in command of USS Constitution. The urn was made by Philadelphia silversmiths Thomas Fletcher and Sidney Gardiner, and engraved by W. Hooker.
This detail view shows the urn's depiction of the battle between the two ships.
The urn was loaned to the Navy in 1911 by Dr. Isaac Hull Platt. In 1982 it was transferred to the USS Constitution Museum, Boston, Massachusetts.
Photographed 3 September 1964 by B.L. Mason.

U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command Photograph

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Photo #: NH 54008

Model of USS Constitution (1798-____)


Photograph taken circa the 1910s. The label on the model's stand states, in part: "The earliest correct model of 'Old Ironsides'. Gift of her commander, Com. Isaac Hull, July 1813. This model was repaired in 1814 by British prisoners of war in Salem. It was followed by the U.S. Naval authorities in restoring the 'Constitution' in 1907".

Courtesy of George H. Stegmann.

U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command Photograph

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Photo #: NH 54010

Model of USS Constitution (1798-____)


Photograph of the model's bow, taken circa the 1910s. The label on its stand states, in part: "The earliest correct model of 'Old Ironsides'. Gift of her commander, Com. Isaac Hull, July 1813. This model was repaired in 1814 by British prisoners of war in Salem. It was followed by the U.S. Naval authorities in restoring the 'Constitution' in 1907".

Courtesy of George H. Stegmann.

U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command Photograph

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Photo #: NH 54009

Model of USS Constitution (1798-____)


Photograph of the model's stern, taken circa the 1910s. The label on its stand states, in part: "The earliest correct model of 'Old Ironsides'. Gift of her commander, Com. Isaac Hull, July 1813. This model was repaired in 1814 by British prisoners of war in Salem. It was followed by the U.S. Naval authorities in restoring the 'Constitution' in 1907".

Courtesy of George H. Stegmann.

U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command Photograph

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Photo #: NH 90149

USS Constitution
(1798-____)

View of the ship's wheel and conning binnacle, taken during her visit to San Francisco, California, in March-April 1933.
Note the plaque mounted on the mast (upper right), honoring Commodore Isaac Hull, Constitution's Commanding Officer during the first months of the War of 1812.

Courtesy of Mrs. Joseph C. Van Cleve, 1979.

U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command Photograph

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