Whole contemporary shipyard model, H.M.S. 'Albion'

Made:
1842 in Devonport
maker:
Devonport Dockyard
designer:
William Symonds
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Whole model H.M.S
Science Museum Group Collection
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Whole model H.M.S
Science Museum Group Collection
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Whole contemporary shipyard model, scale 1:48, of the 90-gun sailing ship of the line of battle, HMS 'Albion' (1842), on painted wood base, designed by Sir William Symonds and made by, Devonport Dockyard, Plymouth, England, 1842

Contemporary, whole model of HMS 'Albion', 1842. Scale 1;48. Second Rate, 90-Guns. In 1861, she was converted to screw propulsion

Details

Category:
Water Transport
Object Number:
1894-230
Materials:
complete, wood (unidentified), paint, brass (copper, zinc alloy) and glass
Measurements:
overall: 541 mm x 1610 mm x 410 mm,
type:
sailing ship and warship
credit:
Edge, Capt.