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Scale: probably 1:60. A contemporary sailor-made, full hull model of a brigantine (1820), fully rigged and mounted on crutches on its original baseboard. The hull is shown coppered below the waterline and also with the hammocks stowed above deck along the bulwarks. At this scale, the model depicts a vessel measuring 112 feet in length by 26 feet in the beam, and the long narrow hull suggests a date before the 1830s. Like most of the smaller vessels in the navy, they were fast, lightly manned and used for carrying despatches and scouting duties.
- Image reference: F8953-002
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London