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'Thermopylae' (Br, 1868)
Scale: 1:96. A modern full hull model of the composite clipper 'Thermopylae' (1868). The model is decked, fully equipped and rigged with furled sails and the yards braced. The hull has been sheathed with individual scale copper sheets, with the name 'Thermopylae' inscribed on port and starboard bows and stern. It is also complete with a number of flags: a house flag on the mainmast, a name pennant on the mizzen, and the red ensign flying from the peak of the gaff at the stern. There is also the inscription 'Donec vivam ego canem' on a carved plaque mounted on the deckhouse.
- Image reference: D2867-b
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London