Product images of 'Ramillies', port broadside
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'Ramillies', port broadside
Scale: 1:48. A contemporary full hull block model of a 70-gun (circa 1706) two-decker third-rate ship of the line. It is mounted on its original baseboard sitting on two keel blocks bow and stern and two brass rods amidships. The model is painted, with the main and upper wales, the bulwarks screens all picked out in black. The planking along the side at the level of the gun decks is yellow ochre, which is then punctuated by the dark reddish brown of the gunports. As is typical of this style of model, the decoration is virtually two-dimensional with minor detail in the stern and quarter galleries.
- Image reference: F5866-001
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London