Bristol Queen; Passenger vessel; Paddlesteamer

Scale: Unknown. A model of the Bristol Queen made entirely of wood with metal fittings, partly painted in realistic colours with painted and drawn fittings and details. The hull is painted black with a red stripe at the waterline, red paddles, white upper works and superstructure. The decks are unpainted. Fittings include a tall foremast and main mast, two tall funnels painted white with black tops, an open bridge with bridge wings, white painted paddle boxes and six boats, two stowed at the stern, the remainder stowed on the paddle box extensions. Vessel details are inscribed on the underside of the model.

Object Details

ID: SLR2813.17
Type: Waterline model; Miniature model
Display location: Not on display
Creator: Sir Howard Kennard, Howard
Date made: Unknown
Credit: National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
Measurements: Overall: 21 mm x 74 mm x 18 mm
Parts: Waterline model

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