Product images of The warship, frigate 38 gun 'Seahorse' (1794)
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The warship, frigate 38 gun 'Seahorse' (1794)
Scale: approximately 1:32. A full hull, amateur-made, model, plank-on-frame and rigged. According to the writing on the side of the hull, this model was made from part of the mainmast of the French flagship 'L'Orient' which blew up at the Battle of the Nile in 1798. The model is rather crudely made and its hull is not quite in the right proportions, being too deep, so it is probably sailor-made. The rigging appears to be contemporary.
Original size: Overall: 2200 mm x 2750 mm x 1100 mm
- Image reference: L3244-003
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London