Product images of 'Merle' (1863)
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Scale: 1:48. A contemporary half block model of the 'Merle' (1863), a cargo barque (sugar carrier). Model is decked. Backboard inscribed "Iron barque "Merle" 315 tons 133 mm x 25.3 mm x 14.4 Built in 1863 by Messrs Westwood Baillie & Co. Isle of Dogs, for the West India sugar trade" and "Presented to Lloyd's Register Society by Messrs Tatham Bromage & Co".
Original size: 174 mm x 971 mm x 82 mm
- Image reference: L0801
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London