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Ship of 64 guns, port stern quarter
Scale: 1:48. A contemporary plank on frame full hull model of a 64-gun, two-decker ship of the line (circa 1775). The model is decked and equipped. It previously belonged to the Royal Naval Museum. The model has a maiden figurehead and carved figures and decoration on the stern (partly damaged). Taken from the model, the vessel measured 160 feet along the gun deck by 44 feet in the beam, displacing approximately 1375 tons. It was armed with twenty six 24-pounders on the gun deck, twenty six 18-pounders on the upper deck, ten 9-pounders on the quarterdeck and two 9-pounders on the forecastle.
- Image reference: F5804-004
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London