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HMS 'Cressy' (1853)
Scale: 1:48. A contemporary half block model of the HMS 'Cressy' (1853), a steam 80-gun, two-decker ship of the line.
Plaques inscribed "Cressy, 80-guns", "Presented by Capt. C.H. Read. Edmondstone. Royal R.........." and "218. Cressy - 80-guns - 1853. Built at Chatham Originally designed (1846) as a sailing ship. She was converted into a screw ship while on the stocks. Sold in 1867. Dimensions: - Length 198ft 5in Beam 55ft.".
Original size: 394 mm x 1475 mm x 183 mm
- Image reference: L0692
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Caird Collection