Product images of Sectional model; Gun model
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Sectional model; Gun model
Scale: Unknown. Sectional model depicting the midship (?) deck beams of HMS 'Terrible' (1895) on which is mounted a breech-loading gun. The Gun itself is made almost entirely of brass which was originally lacquered, with the screen, side mounts and turntable base carved in wood. It is then mounted on a wooden carrying frame made from beams which are square in section and then bolted together at right angles to each other. This is one of a series of three models of naval guns (SLR2995-SLR2996) said to have been made on board HMS 'Terrible' which took part in the relief of Ladysmith. All depict naval guns which were dismantled from the ship and taken across country by Admiral Limpus during the Boer War.
Original size: 100 mm x 250 mm x 180mm
- Image reference: L1524
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London