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'Rippon', port broadside
Scale: 1:48. A block design model of the 'Rippon' (1735), a 60-gun, two-decker ship of the line. Like Anson's 'Centurion', it was built to the modified 1719 Establishment as an intermediate stage between the 1719 and 1733 Establishments. The 'Rippon' was a foot longer and a foot wider than the conventional '1719s'. It was 145 feet long and 40 feet in the beam and carried about 400 men. It was armed with twenty-four 24-pound guns on its gun deck, twenty-six 9-pounders on its upper deck, eight 6-pounders on its quarterdeck and two 6-pounders on its forecastle.
- Image reference: F5868-001
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London