Product images of French 52-gun frigate 'Sirene' (1823)
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French 52-gun frigate 'Sirene' (1823)
Scale: approximately 1:80. A contemporary full hull plank on frame model of the French 52-gun frigate 'Sirene' (1823). A highly detailed model both in terms of its rigging, which includes sails stowed on the yards, down to the wealth of fittings on the hull. These include a double wheel with binnacle boxes, guns on carriages with shot racks, a full set of anchors and gear, boats including early examples of whalers on the quarter davits and a very early representation of a lifebuoy rigged over the stern. The hull is also complete with copper sheathing.
- Image reference: F7885-002
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London