Lines plan for 'Anacreon' (1813)

John Henslow; William Rule

1120 x 395 mm

Scale: 1:48. Plan showing the body plan, sheer lines with midship framing, and longitudinal half-breadth for building 'Anacreon' (1813), a 16-gun (later 22-gun) Ship Sloop. The vessel was originally started by Thomas Sutton before being declared bankrupt in 1810 and the ship taken apart and moved to Plymouth Dockyard for completion.

Object number: ZAZ4298

Date: 1805

Original dimensions: 395 mm x 1120 mm

  • Full-colour art print
  • Reproduced at the same size and scale of the original plan with no border.
  • Image reference: J4548

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