Product images of First Rate warship 'Queen Charlotte' (1810), 104 guns
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First Rate warship 'Queen Charlotte' (1810), 104 guns
Scale: 1:16. A model of the stern of HMS 'Queen Charlotte' (1810) made in wood and painted in realistic colours. The model depicts the stern above the waterline and is made in two parts, port and starboard, joined together along the front edge by a metal bracket. The interior walls and front edge are painted yellow ochre, and the exterior is painted black with white bands along the three gun decks and yellow ochre details and decoration. The stern has four galleries, three of them with open balustrades, made in metal and painted black. The windows have been realistically painted with glazing and glazing bars. The gun ports are all shown, three of which are on either side of the poop deck. The number '10' is on the stern.
Original size: Overall model: 718 mm x 673 mm x 874 mm
- Image reference: L2562-001
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London