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  • The Commerce de Paris class was a ship of the line class of the French Navy, designed in 1804 by Jacques-Noël Sané as a shortened version of his 118-gun Océan Class three-deckers, by removing a pair of guns from each deck. Two ships were built to this design in France; four more were begun at Antwerp in 1810-11, but these were never completed. Commerce de Paris Builder: Toulon shipyard Ordered: 14 May 1804 Laid down: October 1804 Launched: 8 August 1806 Completed: May 1807 Fate: razeed in 1825. Renamed Commerce in August 1830, then Borda in December 1840 and Vulcain in August 1863; scrapped in 1885. Duc d'Angoulême Builder: Rochefort shipyard Ordered: 1805 Laid down: April 1805 Launched: 30 August 1814 Completed: January 1815 Fate: Renamed Iéna in March 1815, reverting to Duc d'Angueleme in July 1815; became Iéna again in August 1830. Scrapped in 1915. Hymen Builder: Antwerp shipyard Ordered: 23 July 1810 Fate: scraped on keel in 1814 Monarque Builder: Antwerp shipyard Ordered: 23 July 1810 Fate: scraped on keel in 1814 Neptune Builder: Antwerp shipyard Ordered: 18 March 1811 Fate: Sold and scraped on keel in 1814

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