Sectional model; Stern model; Waterline model; Block model by unknown

Sectional model; Stern model; Waterline model; Block model

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Sectional model; Stern model; Waterline model; Block model by unknown zoom

Sectional model; Stern model; Waterline model; Block model

Scale: 1:48. A sectional model depicting the starboard side of the elliptical stern of the 6th rate 26-gun warship HMS 'Vestal' (1833). The model has been made from a single piece of wood and painted in realistic colours. Its section faces have been painted buff, the hull has been painted black with a white stripe along the gun deck. The four depicted gun ports have been shown without lids and are painted green. The stern gallery details have been highlighted in bronze paint to resemble gilding. There is a semi-circular indentation set into the upper face of the model and there is also the remains of a paper label, which probably identifies it as once being on display in the Cumberland Room of the Royal Naval College Museum.

  • Image reference: L2239

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