The method of clinching a chain cable by using a slip-hook, for...
469 x 369 mm
Scale: 1:24. Plan showing the method of clinching (fastening) a chain cable using a slip hook, for all warships. It seems this plan was drawn at Chatham in January 1837, but modified at Somerset House in February 1837 in William Symonds' handwriting. Copies were sent to Portsmouth, Plymouth, Chatham, Woolwich, Sheerness and Pembroke Dockyards.
Original size: 369 mm x 469 mm
- Full-colour art print
- Reproduced at the same size and scale of the original plan with no border.
- © National Maritime Museum
- Image reference: J0545
Ship plan prints
In response to customer demand, we have developed a special 'rolled plan' print product for our ship plans collection. Rolled plans are printed in colour on a basic paper using affordable inks to keep costs down. We print directly from extremely high-resolution master files to ensure faithful reproduction of the original items.
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