HMS 'Woodlark' (1871) by unknown

HMS 'Woodlark' (1871)


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HMS 'Woodlark' (1871)

Scale: 1:48. A half block model of HMS 'Woodlark' (1871), a twin screw wooden sloop. The model is carved from a solid block of wood and is finished in a dark brown / black colour. The hull has an upright stem and protruding stem head whilst the stern has a rounded cruiser stern and a single propeller shaft, projecting under the stern quarter. The hull is fitted with a flush deck along its entire length and is mounted on a wooden backboard of creamy-white with a stained mahogany edge. Number '79' on model. Plaque inscribed 'Woodlark wood sloop launched 9/3/71 the last wooden vessel built [in] Chatham yard'. The model has a degrading layer of varnish and dirt overall.

Original size: 210 mm x 1325 mm x 125 mm

  • Image reference: L0795

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