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Scale: Unknown. A model of a Talleres de Deusto's patent anchor, sanctioned in 1920, and made entirely in metal (possibly steel). The shank is rectangular and the top is rounded and incorporates a D-shaped shackle that swivels on a flush-fitting bolt. The shackle pivots on the crown through an arc of about ninety degrees. The crown is convex underneath and lozenge-shaped, and at either end there are two button-shaped projections. The arms rise vertically terminating in a pair of elongated spear-shaped flukes.
Original size: 178 mm x 110 mm x 42 mm
- Image reference: L1457
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London