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Carpenter: no. 3 in series
The ship's carpenter was one of the most important warrant officers on board and had to pass an examination at Shipwright's Hall before he could go to sea. His duties included inspecting the ship for defective timbers and examining the state of the masts. After battle, he repaired any shot holes and other damage.
Original size: 257 mm x 209 mm
- Image reference: PW4968
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London