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'Victory', starboard stern quarter
Scale: 1:60. A full hull model of the 'Victory' (1765), a 100-gun, three-decker ship of the line. The model is decked. Judging by its style and finish, this model would appear to be an early 19th-century example of the 'Victory' as built in 1765. It was originally in the Admiralty collection at Somerset House. Built at Chatham, the 'Victory' measured 186 feet in length (gun deck) by 52 feet in the beam, displacing 2162 tons burden. It was armed with thirty 32-pounders on the gun deck, twenty-eight 24-pounders on the middle deck, thirty 12-pounders on the upper deck, twelve 12-pounders on the quarterdeck, two 12-pounders on the forecastle and two 68-pounder carronades.
- Image reference: F5808-003
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London