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110-gun first rate HMS 'Queen' (1839)
Scale: 1:48. A contemporary full hull model of 'Queen' (1839), a 110-gun, three-decker ship of the line. It is complete with stump masts and bowsprit, channels together with deadeyes, and the whole model mounted on its original turned wooden pillars fixed to the baseboard. The hull and rudder have been painted copper below the waterline to illustrate sheathing. The upper works are finished in the standard black and white format, interspersed with hinged gunport lids, covering blank solid gunports. The closed stern includes two tiers of pierced gallery rails as well as decorated quarter galleries either side. On deck, there are a number of fittings including a double wheel, skylights, gratings, whilst the hammock nettings on the bulwarks are left empty.
- Image reference: F7866-001
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London