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HMS 'King Edward VII' (1903)
Scale: 1:48. A half block model of the port side of the first class battleship HMS 'King Edward VII' (1903), made entirely in wood and painted pink-brown below the waterline and grey above. Hull details include a ram bow; two rows of portholes fore and aft; port hawse hole and bilge keel; and balanced rudder. The gun turrets, superstructures and most of the fittings are painted a uniform grey. Features and fittings include a pair of large gun turrets fore and aft, with a smaller pair mounted on the port side fore and aft of amidships; bridge abaft the forward turret and smaller superstructure forward of the aft turret; two funnel mountings with a stump funnels; and stump foremast and mainmast. The model is displayed on a backboard painted off-white with a mahogany-stained frame.
Original size: 477 mm x 2795 mm x 392 mm
- Image reference: L0865
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London