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Scale: Unknown. A half hull model of the starboard side of a 60-gun frigate (circa 1827), showing the diagonal iron riders and thick strakes wrought on the heads and heals of the timbers and the truss work between the ports. The model is finished and realistically painted on the starboard side. The hull is white below the waterline with yellow ochre above and black topping. There is an off-white band connecting the gun ports on the gun deck. Fifteen gun ports are depicted on the gun deck with closed lids, hinged from below. The inboard timbers have been stained dark brown with only the inboard main deck painted cream and the inside of the gunports painted red. A paper label is attached to the inboard main deck marked
Original size: 378 mm x 1714 mm x 214 mm
- Image reference: L0376-001
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London