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A Troopboat, service vessel
Scale: 1:24. A contemporary full hull model of a troopboat (1758) complete with a full complement of twenty sailors rowing and forty-six Royal Marines, including a drummer. The Marines are wearing bearskins and are equipped with rifles with fixed bayonets. The model is built in clinker fashion with a round bow and a square transom stern, with the lower planking varnished and the sheer strakes painted in red and black. The hull is fitted with a wooden rudder via brass gudgeons and pintles and is complete with a tiller turned in bone. A union flag is flying from a jack staff at the stern. The model is currently mounted onto a blue cardboard baseboard.
Original size: Overall model: 130 mm x 491 mm x 370 mm
- Image reference: L2868-003
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London. Gould Collection