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'America' (1810); 'Barham' (1811)

Oliver Lang (Master Shipwright)

995 x 345 mm

Scale: 1:48. Plan showing the orlop deck with fore & aft platforms for 'Barham' (1811), a 74-gun Third Rate, two-decker, which had been cut down to a 50-gun Fourth Rate Frigate in 1826 at Woolwich. She was then fitted for sea at Woolwich in 1831 for the Mediterranean. The plan seems to have also been used for 'America' (1810) another 74-gun Third Rate, two-decker, while she was being cut down to a 50-gun Fourth Rate at Plymouth Dockyard between 1827 and 1835.

Object number: ZAZ1707

Date: 1831

Original dimensions: 345 mm x 995 mm

  • Full-colour art print
  • Reproduced at the same size and scale of the original plan with no border.
£32.41
  • Image reference: J3518

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