Royal yacht 'Fairy' (1845) by unknown

Royal yacht 'Fairy' (1845)


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Royal yacht 'Fairy' (1845)

Scale 1:48. A contemporary half block model of the Royal yacht 'Fairy' (1845). The hull is built in bread and butter fashion and painted a metallic brown colour below the waterline with black topsides above to a flush deck . It has a clipper bow decorated with a small scroll and painted trailboard, above which is fitted a stump bowsprit. On deck are three stump masts and a single funnel, all of which are painted a creamy white. At the stern is fitted a rudder and frame for the single screw (not fitted) with a small quarter gallery and square stern above. The whole model is mounted on a wooden rectangular backboard, painted a creamy white and surrounded with a moulded stained edge. It is inscribed

Original size: 167 mm x 1066 mm x 68 mm

  • Image reference: L0728

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