Product images of Anchor model; Sectional model
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Anchor model; Sectional model
Scale: Unknown. Model of an anchor arm with fluke (1853) showing the palm on Mr Blake's plan. The model is made entirely from wood and consists of a rectangular section of arm with half of a palm and only part of the other side cut away into a short barb. There is paper label on one side of the palm which reads "Palm on Mr Blake's Plan" and on the other side in black ink "Palm on Lt. Rodgers Plan". On the arm it reads, "Received 18th July 1853 from Mr Edge's Room (?)"
Original size: 170 mm x 58 mm x 90 mm
- Image reference: L1449
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London