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With Standing and Running Rigging above a Detailed Deck the Planked and Pinned Hull with Open Gun Ports and Cannon. A fine arched, curved and galleried transom and a carved horse figurehead
Excellent condition, contained in a later mahogany and glass case
Size: 51.5cm high, 23cm deep, 63cm long – 20¼ ins high, 9 ins deep, 24¾ ins long
Devon, England. The House in the ownership of the Family Since 1709
See Finch & Co catalogue no. 13, item no. 59, for a Napoleonic Prisoner of War Model of a 16 Gun Three Masted Merchant Vessel
Stripped of all masts, rigging, sails, decorations and embellishments these ‘hulks’ were moored in estuaries and harbours around the coast of Britain. Some were moored off Plymouth housing the captured Napoleonic prisoners of war and it is possible that this model was purchased by a member of the Younge family at that time as a memento or souvenir of the Napoleonic period.