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Scale: Unknown. A model, made entirely from iron, of a pair of stockless, admiralty pattern type mooring anchors both of which are secured to elongated chain link (1812). The chains are then secured to a large circular ring which has a single shorter chain section attached to it via a D-shackle, the end of which is another D-shackle with a swivelling circular eye. The anchors are identical to each other in that one of the arms has been pressed against the shank which is circular in section and one of the flat, triangular-shaped palms has been folded around it.
Original size: 721 mm x 55 mm x 49 mm
- Image reference: L1471
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London