Product images of 'Diamond' (1867)
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Scale: 1:48. A half block model of the starboard side of 'Diamond' (1867), a coastal/river cargo craft, made entirely in wood and painted in realistic colours. The hull is painted light brown below the waterline and black above which has a crazed patination. The gunwale and foremast are unpainted. The tall single funnel, atop a boiler-like device, is positioned well aft. The model is displayed on a wooden backboard with bevelled edges, and whose French polished surface has a crazed patination. On ivorine plaque attached to lower right-hand corner of backboard:
Original size: 136 mm x 434 mm x 57 mm
- Image reference: L0718
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London