Daphne (cancelled 1832), Porcupine (cancelled 1832), Nimrod (1828) ex Andromeda
936 x 322 mm
Scale 1:48. Plan showing the inboard profile for building the 'Daphne' (cancelled 1832), 'Porcupine' (cancelled 1832), both 28-gun, Sixth Rate Sloops, at Plymouth Dockyard, and later for the 'Nimrod' (1828) with modifications, cut down to 20-guns, for all three ships, dated 1827, and further modifications for just 'Daphne' (cancelled 1832), 'Porcupine' (cancelled 1832) in 1930. Signed H.Peake, J.Tucker and R.Seppings (Surveyors of the Navy)
Object number: ZAZ3429
Dimensions: 322 mm x 936 mm
- Full-colour art print
- Reproduced at the same size and scale of the original plan with no border.
- © © National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
- Image reference: J6337
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