The Model-Maker's Plans of H.M.S. Victory. Reduced from the Official Plans

Made:
1936
maker:
Society for Nautical Research

Ten plans, being sheer plan, half breadth plan, body plan, profile of inboard and outboard works, poop, midship section, quarter deck and forecastle, upper deck, and rigging plan, reduced from original Navy Office/Admiralty Office plans of 1759 and 1805, of Victory, a first rate ship of 100 guns built in H.M. Yard, Chatham and launched in 1765. With accompanying booklet, 4p, of 1936 Jan, by Geoffrey Callender of the National Maritime Museum detailing, for the model-maker, the changes in the ship's construction between 1765 and 1805, the year it took part in the Battle of Trafalgar. Various scales

Details

Extent:
570
760
Identifier:
MSL/0040