Product images of HMS 'Prince Regent' (1823)
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HMS 'Prince Regent' (1823)
Scale: 1:24. A model of the circular stern of HMS 'Prince Regent' (1823) made entirely in wood and painted in realistic colours. The model shows the completed stern and starboard quarter with the port quarter mostly in frame. The completed hull is off-white below the waterline, black above, with two broad off-white stripes along the lower two gundecks that also encompass the lower two stern galleries. The port quarter like the starboard side is carved from solid wood and shows the main frames which have been painted. The lower two gundecks on the starboard side show a total of six gunports, their lids partly open, whilst the upper two gundecks each have two gunports, the lower halves of the lids open or removed to show the guns. The stern galleries are elaborately carved and painted, the upper two galleries being open. All three galleries have nine light windows and four windows in each gallery are depicted with the muzzles of guns. The poop deck shows two small stern chasers and the counter is decorated with a phoenix with a lion and unicorn on either side. The edge of the completed section is shown with a stylised serrated edge. The top section of the rudder is shown in position.
Original size: 498 mm x 577 mm x 458 mm
- Image reference: L0455-002
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London