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Scale: Unknown. A contemporary half block model of a sailing cutter. The hull is constructed from wooden planks in bread and butter fashion and is painted metallic bronze/green colour below the waterline with black topsides above to the level of the deck. It has a relatively flat sheer with a plumb bow running aft and down towards an angled keel (damaged). The sternpost is almost vertical and fitted with a rudder above which is a long and narrow overhanging counter stern.
Original size: 170 mm x 808 mm x 125 mm
- Image reference: L0908
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London