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HMS 'Worcester' (1843)
Scale: 1:24. A model of the stern of HMS 'Worcester' (1843), warship; 4th rate; 52 guns, showing the timbering made entirely in wood. The model has been made in two halves with the starboard side depicting the vessel as finished from the waterline up the hull is painted black with a white line along the gun deck. The port side shows the timbering arrangements which have been painted on and varnished. There are fourteen gun ports, half of which are painted red internally. On the starboard side is a small circular quarter gallery together with half a circular gallery directly over the rudder, all of which are complete with glazed windows and mouldings. The interior and upper gun deck on the starboard side are painted a creamy white whilst the port side remains undecked. The two halves are secured together by a series of horizontal wooden beams. On the interior is a paper label which reads 'G 146 C'.
Original size: 340 mm x 600 mm x 604 mm
- Image reference: L0297-001
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London