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A cargo vessel Junk, Pechili Trader
A Full hull model of a type of Northern Chinese junk known as a Pechili Trader (or also as a Kiangsu Trader, Shantung Trader or Shantung Five-masted junk). The model is built plank on frame and largely finished in a stain natural wood and varnished. It has five masts, none of which are stepped vertically, and is lug rigged with near-rectangular sails, supported horizontally with bamboo battens (known today as junk rigged). It is equipped with a small boat or sampan, two oars, a woven basket, two spare sails, four anchors and three boathooks.
Original size: overall: 855 mm x 1280 mm x 240 mm
- Image reference: L2435-004
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London