HMS Concorde Ship Model (1793 GB)
69 cm (L) x 58 cm (H)
This model ship is a representation of the HMS Concorde of 1793 after her capture and subsequent refit in Chatham. It is inspired from the profile plans of the Concorde of 1777 which established a new class of French frigates of that period. Ship drawings were created by the Admiralty in 1783 following the ship's capture and are available from the National Maritime Museum in London Greenwich.
HMS Concorde model possesses distinctive decorations with a golden British Lion figurehead bearing the British Crown. The stern also bears the British Coat of Arms with the statement "Dieu et Mon Droit” (God and My Right) as per refit undertaken by the British Admiralty in 1793. The golden decorations contrast extremely well against the varnished wood resulting in a classic and sumptuous display model.
This rustic looking model ship is sold fully assembled and ready for display.
- Wooden model ship has copper pinned hull.
- Handcrafted from scratch.
- Supported by a solid wooden stand.
Not a kit.
- Dispatched from Bristol or free Click & Collect.