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Jolly boat, starboard stern quarter
Scale: 1:24. A contemporary full hull model of a ship's jolly boat (circa 1838), built plank on frame in double-diagonal construction in the Georgian style. Model is complete with four thwarts, bottom boards and seating in the stern. Rudder and tiller are missing. It is mounted on wooden turned pillars above a beaded baseboard complete with bun feet. The base is inscribed with the number '5'. It is one of a set of ten boat designs (SLR0768-0777) proposed by Sir William Symonds, Chief Surveyor of the Navy, to be carried by a first-rate man-of-war.
- Image reference: E9006-219
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London