Product images of 'Bulwark' (1807)
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Scale: 1:48. A half block model of the 'Bulwark' (1807), a 74-gun two-decker ship of the line made entirely in wood and constructed in bread and butter fashion. The hull has been hollowed out internally and is painted a copper colour below the waterline with the upperworks and bulwarks painted black and divided by a thin white line. The-gun decks are highlighted by a pair of thick, horizontal bands painted creamy-yellow, with the-gunports finished in grey. The model is complete with a square stern gallery, a curved quarter gallery, a rudder with its gudgeons and pintles and, at the bow, a set of drif trails, heads, and a plain, scroll figurehead. The decks have been finished flush to the bulwarks and painted a light brown-cream colour. There are three stump masts and a bowsprit of the same colour. The model is mounted on a wooden backboard painted creamy-white with a mahogany stained edging.
Original size: 425 mm x 1480 mm x 175 mm
- Image reference: L0688
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London