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'Principe de Asturias'; warship; 112 guns
Scale: Unknown. A model of a Spanish warship, 'Principe de Asturias', made in plaster with wood, metal, paper, and cotton fittings, which has been realistically painted. The model depicts the vessel at 13.40 on 21 October 1805 at the height of the Battle of Trafalgar and the ship shows damage sustained in the action. The ship is three masted and ship rigged on all three masts. Spanish flags are flying from the peak of the gaff and the top of the main mast. All the sails show shot damage. The hull is painted black with yellow stripes along the three gun decks, white on the deck, and black on the deck fittings. On paper label '2'.
Original size: 300 mm x 160 mm x 390 mm
- Image reference: L3558-002
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Greenwich Hospital Collection