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Ordnance model; Gun model
Scale: Unknown. Model of a muzzle-loading gun, complete with pivoting carriage, from the armoured broadside ironclad HMS 'Northumberland' (1866). The model is mounted on a wooden base board with rounded corners painted black, and incorporates the pivoting point and a pair of brass tracks, the rear most of which is inscribed with calibrations in degrees from zero to 25 degrees. The gun is mounted on a carriage which can slide backwards and forwards on a pivoting carriage. The gun and the carriage are realistically modelled in brass and steel with many working parts.
Original size: 118 mm x 290 mm x 280 mm
- Image reference: L1513-002
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Royal United Service Institution Collection