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Full hull model representing 'Britannia' and 'Glasgow', starboard stern quarter
Scale: 1:12. Builder's full hull model of a ship's lifeboat (circa 1941). It is fully rigged with sails, mast and spars, with buoyancy tanks fitted to the hull internally in the thwarts (seating). The name 'Britannia' is on the port quarter and 'Glasgow' is on the starboard quarter. There is a number '7' on the port and starboard bows. The model is depicted with an imitation biscuit, egg cup and spoon all at full size.
- Image reference: E9006-191
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