Product images of 'Brenhilda' (1874)
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Scale:1:48. A half block model of the starboard side of the 'Brenhilda' (1874), a sailing cargo ship made entirely in wood, partly painted in realistic colours, the remainder polished a light brown finish. The hull is polished wood below the waterline, black above with a broad white stripe running the entire length of the vessel on which is painted black rectangles resembling gunports. The hull has a clipper bow. Fittings include a stump bowsprit, and a poop deck both of which are painted white. The model is displayed on a rectangular wooden backboard, possibly mahogany, with rounded corners and a bevelled edge. On plaque attached to bottom right-hand corner of backboard
Original size: 400 mm x 1800 mm x 150 mm
- Image reference: L0617
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London