15 May 1997,
London, South Kensington
Price realised GBP 1,150
GBP 1,100 - GBP 1,400
A fully rigged and planked display model of H.M.S. 'Victory'
built by D. Hazell with bound masts, spars with stun'e'/booms, standing and running rigging, figurehead, hair rails, anchors, catheads, belaying rails and pins, gratings, bell and canopy, hammock nettings, deck rails, companionways, shot racks and shot, double helm, deck light, upper deck guns in carriages and two ships boats in davits. The fully planked hull, with decorated stern and quarter galleries is finished in 'copper' yellow and black -- 34½ x 43in. (87.5 x 109cm.) Stand and glazed display case with legend.
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