HMS 'Rodney' (1833) by unknown

HMS 'Rodney' (1833)


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HMS 'Rodney' (1833)

Scale: 1:48. A model of the port side of HMS 'Rodney' (1833), 92 guns, made entirely in wood and painted in realistic colours. The hull below the waterline is painted brown with a narrow cream stripe above, and black above the waterline. There are two broad white stripes running horizontally along the two gundecks and the main and poop decks are painted a uniform cream. The port quarter and stern galleries are shown, their decoration highlighted in cream. Fittings include channels, port, main and mizzen stumpmasts, two hawseholes, open gunports, a retracting funnel, and a stump bowsprit and scroll figurehead. The model is displayed on a cream backboard with a stained bevelled edge. The plaque is inscribed: "168a. Rodney, 70 guns, 1833 scale 1/48 (1/4" to 1") Built at Pembroke as a 92-gun sailing ship (see No.168) and converted to a 70-gun screw battleship in 1860. Broken up in 1884. Dimensions: - Gun Deck 205ft.6in. Beam 54ft. 5 1/2in.". Plaque missing.

Original size: 393 mm x 1603 mm x 173 mm

  • Image reference: L0737

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