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Waterline model; Miniature model
Scale: 1:1200. A waterline model of SS 'Antilles' (1951), a cruise ship made from die-cast metal with a plastic funnel screwed to the hull. The hull is painted black, the upperworks white, and the hatches and deck equipment brown. The funnel is red with a black top. There are eight slots in the deck for derricks [six forward, two aft], and two slots for masts on the superstructure. The paint is chipped on the bridge wings, lifeboats, and bow. The inscription on the underside reads: "M713 Antilles".
Original size: 154 mm x 21 mm x 25 mm
- Image reference: L1535
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Robin Blake Collection