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SLR0449 Description Scale: 1:34.3. A contemporary full hull model of the 'Victory' (1737), a 100-gun three-decker first-rate ship of the line. Built in 'bread and butter fashion' and finished in the Georgian style, the model is partially decked, fully equipped and rigged. The large scale of this model would support the theory that this was once part of the equipment of the Royal Naval Academy at Portsmouth Dockyard, and used for the educating of young gentlemen to the sea-service. In fact in…

Victory (1737); Warship; First rate; 100 guns - National Maritime Museum

SLR0449 Description Scale: 1:34.3. A contemporary full hull model of the 'Victory' (1737), a 100-gun three-decker first-rate ship of the line. Built in 'bread and butter fashion' and finished in the Georgian style, the model is partially decked, fully equipped and rigged. The large scale of this model would support the theory that this was once part of the equipment of the Royal Naval Academy at Portsmouth Dockyard, and used for the educating of young gentlemen to the sea-service. In fact in…

Victory (1737); Warship; First rate; 100 guns - National Maritime Museum

Victory (1737); Warship; First rate; 100 guns - National Maritime Museum

Victory (1737); Warship; First rate; 100 guns - National Maritime Museum

Victory (1737); Warship; First rate; 100 guns - National Maritime Museum

Medway (1742); Warship; Fourth rate; 60 guns - National Maritime Museum

Description Scale: A contemporary full hull model suggested to be the 'Medway' a two-decker

SLR0370 Description	Scale 1:44. A full hull model of a Dutch 70-76-gun two-decker (circa 1665). It is decked, equipped and rigged. This reconstruction was made during 1923-25 and is a half-size copy of a contemporary model formerly in the Hohenzollern Museum, Berlin, later destroyed by fire during World War II. Captain W. Brandt of the German Navy made the model using photographs of the original as well as other contemporary evidence. Miss B. P. Derrick and Dr R. C. Anderson then rigged it…

SLR0370 Description Scale 1:44. A full hull model of a Dutch 70-76-gun two-decker (circa 1665). It is decked, equipped and rigged. This reconstruction was made during 1923-25 and is a half-size copy of a contemporary model formerly in the Hohenzollern Museum, Berlin, later destroyed by fire during World War II. Captain W. Brandt of the German Navy made the model using photographs of the original as well as other contemporary evidence. Miss B. P. Derrick and Dr R. C. Anderson then rigged it…

Victory (1737); Warship; First rate; 100 guns - National Maritime Museum

Victory (1737); Warship; First rate; 100 guns - National Maritime Museum

Victory (1737); Warship; First rate; 100 guns - National Maritime Museum

Victory (1737); Warship; First rate; 100 guns - National Maritime Museum

Victory (1737); Warship; First rate; 100 guns - National Maritime Museum

Victory (1737); Warship; First rate; 100 guns - National Maritime Museum

Victory (1737); Warship; First rate; 100 guns - National Maritime Museum

Victory (1737); Warship; First rate; 100 guns - National Maritime Museum

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