Product images of Queen Mary's shallop (1689)
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Queen Mary's shallop (1689)
The shallop is made up of ninety-one separate parts. A brass plaque in the stern is inscribed with the words 'Built by King William III for Queen Mary, 1689'. The shallop had a long working life - it was last used by King George V and Queen Mary in 1919.
Original size: 2159 mm x 11963 mm x 1956 mm
- Image reference: L1196-001
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London