Rigged model of H.M. Bark 'Endeavour', 1974

Made:
1765 in England

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Rigged model of H.M. Bark 'Endeavour', a collier barquentine, by Thomas Fishbourn, Whitby, Yorkshire, England, 1764

Full rigged of H.M. Bark 'Endeavour' 1764. Scale 1:48. This collier bark was built by Thomas Fishbourn of Whitby in 1764, and first named 'Earl of Pembroke'. She ws bought by the Royal Navy in 1768, for James Cook's first voyage of exploration, 1768-1771. She became a store ship in 1773, was sold out of the Royal Navy in 1775 and was condemned in the 1790's.

Details

Category:
Water Transport
Object Number:
1977-468
Materials:
complete, metal (unknown), textile, thread, wood (unidentified)
Measurements:
overall (estimate): 700 x 820 x 250 mm
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type:
warship
taxonomy:
  • furnishing and equipment
  • vehicle - transportation
  • watercraft
  • sailing vessel
  • furnishing and equipment
  • vehicle - transportation
  • watercraft
  • naval ship
  • visual and verbal communication
  • model - representation
credit:
Freeman, Dr. A.

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