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Ship of 60 guns, port broadside
Scale: 1:48. A Georgian full hull model of a 60 gun, two deck ship of about 1735. The model is decked, equipped, and fully rigged on all three masts and bowsprit. The hull is carved from a solid piece of wood and is painted off-white below the waterline. The two open wales are painted black, otherwise the model is largely unpainted. There are 13 turned brass guns on the lower gun deck, the lids being open. The lids all have red painted inner faces and edges. There are 14 guns on the main gun deck and eight guns on the upper gun deck.
- Image reference: F5791-002
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Caird Collection