Method of fitting guns to the launch of Phaeton (1848)
532 x 335 mm
No scale. Plan showing a part elevation and plan for the bow and stern of the launch for Phaeton (1848), a 50-gun, Fourth Rate Frigate, illustrating the fitting of guns to fire over the bow and stern. Signed George Elliot [Captain, RN, seniority 4 December 1849] Captain of Pheaton. Drawn by C. P. Coles [Cowper Coles, Lieutenant of Phaeton, seniority 5 December 1849].
Coles, Cowper Phipps
Original size: 335 mm x 532 mm
- Full-colour art print
- Reproduced at the same size and scale of the original plan with no border.
- © National Maritime Museum
- Image reference: J0764
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