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'King of Tyre' (1871
Scale: Unknown. A half frame model of the starboard side of the merchant schooner 'King of Tyre' (1871), made entirely in wood. The model is unpainted and depicts only the frames which are shown as solid bulkheads, stem-post, keel, deadwood and transom which as a prominent overhang. The backboard is integral to the model and effectively forms the stem-post, keel and deadwood. On label
J. W. & A. Upham Ltd
Original size: 218 mm x 1229 mm x 147 mm
- Image reference: L0791
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London