Product images of Equipment model; Anchor model; Killick
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Equipment model; Anchor model; Killick
Scale: Unknown. A model of a half killick from Penzance circa 1890 made from a rectangular piece of wood, with a square bottom tapering slightly towards the top where it has been drilled with a hole for attaching the cable. There is a flat roughly rectangular shaped light coloured stone passing through the shank at right angles to a single bent rod which is circular in section. The rod passes through the wooden shank just above the square bottom and curving either side to form a pair of arms. The arms have been flattened to form crude flukes.
Original size: 45 mm x 25 mm x 40 mm
- Image reference: L3637
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London