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Equipment model; Anchor model; Killick
Scale: Unknown. Model of a killick from Roscoff, Brittany. The killick is consists of a straight cylindrical wooden rod forming the shank with a slight taper towards the top around which has been forced an iron jacket. At the base of the killick are two circular metal rods which pass through at right angles to each other forming arms. There is a small rope eye lashed to the wooden shank just above the iron jacket.
Original size: 72 mm x 23 mm x 30 mm
- Image reference: L3622
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London