Unnamed 1745 Establishment 60-gun Fourth Rate two-decker
610 x 670 mm
Scale: 1:96. Plan showing the roundhouse, quarterdeck, forecastle, upper deck, lower deck, and orlop deck for an unnamed 1745 Establishment 60-gun Fourth Rate, two-decker. The plan illustrates the knees, beam, carlines (carlings) and ledges used to construct the decks.
No specific ship is mentioned except an un provenanced note for 'Weymouth' (1752). However, it could refer to 'Anson' (1747), 'Saint Albans' (1747), 'Tiger' (1747), 'Weymouth' (1752), 'Medway' (1753), and 'York' (1753).
Object number: ZAZ1907
Date: mid 18th century
Original dimensions: 670 mm x 610 mm
- Full-colour art print
- Reproduced at the same size and scale of the original plan with no border.
- © National Maritime Museum
- Image reference: J4283
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