Product images of Warship HMS 'Emerald' (1856) 51 guns
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Warship HMS 'Emerald' (1856) 51 guns
Scale: 1:24. Model depicting the elliptical stern of HMS 'Emerald' (1856) made entirely of wood with metal fittings and painted in realistic colours. The hull is painted black with a broad white stripe along the gundeck. Two gunports are shown on the gundeck together with three stern chasers and a total of eight gunports on the poop deck. All gunports are shown open without lids, their inner faces painted red. Both stern quarter galleries have four nine light windows, one on each side being shown partly open. Two nine light windows are shown on the stern gallery, beneath them is written 'Emerald'. Flush with the deck section are two channels, each with five deadeyes.
Original size: Overall model: 256 mm x 557 mm x 423 mm
- Image reference: L2332
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London