Product images of 'Fenix' (1749)
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Scale: 1:48. A contemporary (?) half block model of the 'Fenix' (1749), a Spanish 80-gun two-decked ship of the line. A plaque is inscribed "Fenix 80 Spanish, 1749 Built at Havana. Captured in 1780 and renamed Gibraltar. Hulk 1813. Broken up 1836 Dimensions: - Gundeck 178ft 10 3/4in Beam 53ft 3 1/4in". The number "(19)" is on the backboard.
Original size: 407 mm x 1375 mm x 167 mm
- Image reference: L0810-002
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London