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'Queen Elizabeth' (1924)
Scale: 1:24. A half block model of the 'Queen Elizabeth' (1924), a river passenger launch. The hull is built from two horizontal planks of wood in bread and butter fashion and secured to a rectangular wooden backboard, the whole of which is in natural wood and varnished. The model represents one of five vessels built to this design, the others being the Abercorn (1925), Cliveden (1931), Mapledurham (1927) and Viscountess (1926). Plaque inscribed "Passenger launch Queen Elizabeth built 1924 reg number 147670 gross tons 93 reg tons 63 reg length 110.0 reg breadth 16.7 reg depth 5.07 Passenger launch Abercorn built 1925 reg number 148609 gross tons 108 reg tons 70 reg length 110.0 reg breadth 16.7 reg depth 5.07 Passenger launch Viscountess built 1926 reg number 148753 gross tons 83 reg tons 54 reg length 110.3 reg breadth 16.6 reg depth 9.50 Passenger launch Mapledurham built 1927 reg number 149835 gross tons 75 reg tons 57 reg length 103.0 reg breadth 16.6 reg depth 4.50 Passenger launch Cliveden built 1931 reg number 162567 gross tons 79 reg tons 54 reg length 99.4 reg breadth 16.6 reg depth 4.00".
Original size: 95 mm x 468 mm x 105 mm
- Image reference: L0920
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London