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Scale: Unknown. A model of an unidentified stockless anchor made entirely from iron which has been painted black. The shank is circular in section and tapers towards the crown which consists of an oval shape through which passes the U-shaped arms which pivot through an arc of forty five degrees. The U-shaped arms themselves are circular in section and are complete with a pair of flat, teardrop-shaped palms with small barbs on either face. At the top of the shank is a swivelling bow shackle held in place with a pin. One of set of three models of unidentified stockless anchors, see SLR2036 and SLR2038.
Original size: 125 mm x 63 mm x 25 mm
- Image reference: L1395
- National Maritime Museum