Product images of Sectional model; Bow model; Waterline model; Block model
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Sectional model; Bow model; Waterline model; Block model
Scale: 1:96. A sectional model showing the bow of the first rate 110-gun warship HMS 'Queen' (1839), including the figurehead, catheads, positions of gun decks, and a number of gun ports. The model has been painted in realistic colours; the hull has black with the white bands connecting the gun ports on all of the gun decks. The female figurehead has been gilded and the foredeck has been painted an off-white colour. The principle purpose of the model seems to be the design and positioning of the figurehead, which is finely detailed. The number '2'is inscribed on the model together with a written reference in pencil relating to the South Kensington Museum catalogue.
Original size: 115 mm x 195 mm x 169 mm
- Image reference: L2238-002
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London