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Ship of 60 guns, starboard stern quarter
Scale: 1:48. Georgian full hull model of a 60 gun frigate (circa 1815). Scale: 1:48. A contemporary full hull model of a proposed frigate (circa 1815), a 60-64 gun, two-decker ship of the line. Constructed in the plank on frame method, the model is decked and fully equipped including stump masts, bowsprit and brass canon on carriages. At this scale, the model represents a ship measuring 151 feet along the gun deck by 43 feet in the beam, with a tonnage of 1230 builder's old measurement. The armament consisted of thirty 24-pounder cannon on the gun deck, twenty-six 42-pounder carronades on the upper deck and four 24-pounder carronades on the upper deck.
- Image reference: F5810-003
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London