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Scale: Unknown. Model of a plough anchor (1930-1939) made entirely in brass, the surface if which is pitted and oxidised. The fluke has a slightly convex bottom and is arrow shaped, the top sides of which curve in slightly. The arm extends from the rear of the fluke and is curved, terminating in a pair of shoulders and, above them, a cylinder.
Original size: 55 mm x 75 mm x 36 mm
- Image reference: L1433
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London