Product images of 'Fling' (1858)
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Scale: Unknown. A contemporary Half frame model of the schooner 'Fling' (1858). The whole model is constructed from wood, left in its natural state, and comprises of a single shaped backboard, to which twenty six separate sectional bulkheads or frames are attached and held in position by four ribbands. Other features include a plain beakhead fitted with a stempost and chock, keel and stern post. The overhanging counter stern is complete with wing transom timbers fitted to a chock and a solid deadwood where the keel meets the sternpost.
Original size: 230 mm x 1373 mm x 144 mm
- Image reference: L0783
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London