Product images of Sectional model; Stern model
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Sectional model; Stern model
Scale: Unknown. A sectional model depicting the square stern of the bomb vessel HMS 'Erebus' (1826) as converted for polar exploration. The model is made entirely in mahogany, stained and varnished a traditional red-brown colour. The aperture for the rudder and the propeller well and cavity, are all shown. The exterior sides of the poop deck are scored horizontally to resemble planking. Two paper labels are applied to the deck, side by side, marked 'G' and 'C' and 'Arctic Ships' has been handwritten beneath them. A paper label is applied to the stern marked '1'.
Original size: 311 mm x 247 mm x 302 mm
- Image reference: L2251-002
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London