Product images of 'Falmouth', starboard stern quarter
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'Falmouth', starboard stern quarter
Scale: 1:48. A block design model of the 'Falmouth' (1729), a 50-gun, small two-decker. The name 'Falmouth' appears on the stern. This class of ship was 134 feet long, 26 feet broad, weighed 755 tons burden, and had a full complement of 300 men. They carried twenty-two 18-pound guns on their gun decks, twenty-two 9-pounders on their upper decks, four 6-pounders on their quarterdecks and two 6-pounders on their forecastles.
- Image reference: F5864-003
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London