Sectional model; Bow model by unknown

Sectional model; Bow model

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Sectional model; Bow model

Scale: Unknown. Sectional model showing the port bow of HMS 'Volage' (1869), an iron screw corvette. The model has been carved from a single piece of wood and painted in realistic colours; the deck is painted buff yellow, the hull below the waterline in dark brick red and black above with yellow boot topping. Four rectangular port holes have been painted in a single row, and a hawse hole. The model has a pronounced keel. There are two paper labels on the upper deck face of the model one of which reads 'No.15. Case. Cumb'l'd Room. (11)'. A paper label has been applied to the black area of the hull marked '887'. Two hanging brackets have been mounted to the rear face, and the remains of a bowsprit and foremast can be seen.

Original size: 241 mm x 428 mm x 113 mm

  • Image reference: L2247

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