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The Buccaneer was a Picturesque Fellow: illustration of a pirate, dressed to the nines in piracy attire. The oil painting, which the illustration was of, was sold in 1905 under the title The Buccaneer, and is currently part of the Delaware Art Museum's collection.[1]

Source Pyle, Howard; Johnson, Merle De Vore (ed) () "Captain Scarfield" in Howard Pyle's Book of Pirates: Fiction, Fact & Fancy Concerning the Buccaneers & Marooners of the Spanish Main, New York, United States, and London, United Kingdom: Harper and Brothers, pp. Plate facing p. 196 Retrieved on .
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