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Scale: Unknown. Model of the arm, fluke and palm of an anchor made entirely from polished steel. The crown end of the arm has been made to show how it is connected to the main body at the crown and is complete with a flat triangular shaped palm and pointed bill. It is number seven in a series of fifteen models (SLR1994 and SLR2859-SLR2872) showing the stages in construction of a common anchor. Numbers "2", "3", "4", "6" stamped on model.
Original size: 64 mm x 165 mm x 25 mm
- Image reference: L1334
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London