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Sectional model of HMS 'Queen' (1839)
Scale: Unknown. A sectional model depicting the stern of HMS 'Queen' (1839), a 1st rate 110-gun warship. The port stern quarter has been depicted in frame and the starboard stern quarter has been depicted fully planked and painted in realistic colours and with its gallery. The model has been carved in wood and painted in realistic colours. The inside of the model has been painted in yellow ochre throughout. The port quarter frames have been painted in two shades of brown and detailed to resemble wood, and the spaces between the frames, together with the gun port apertures and doorways, have been painted black. The starboard quarter has been painted black with three white bands along the gun decks. There two brackets fixed to the model for wall-mounting. There are two paper labels applied to the starboard quarter, one of which reads "879".
Original size: 239 mm x 274 mm x 326 mm
- Image reference: L0255-002
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London