Sailing Ships II
Their History & Development
as Illustrated by the Collection of Ship-Mpdels in the Science Museum
Part II / Third Edition
Catalogue of Exhibits, with Descriptive Notes
       
 
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G.S. Laird Clowes M.A., A.I.N.A.
1932 (First Edition)
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1948 (Third Edition)
HIS Majesty's Stationery Office, London, UK
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Inhalt:
     
EARLY SHIPS, UP TO THE MIDDLE OF THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY
THE INTRODUCTION OF THE THREE-MASTER
SHIPS UNDER ELIZABETH AND THE STUARTS
MEN-OF-WAR IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
MERCHANT SHIPS IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
"PRISONER-OF-WAR" MODELS
THE LAST FIFTY YEARS OF THE SAILING WARSHIP
THE EVOLUTION AND THE DECLINE OF THE CLIPPER
SHIP

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

On Cover: Stern of the "Prince" 100 guns (1670) From the contemporary model (Cat. No. 48)

I. Egyptian Ship (circa 1300 B.C.) Model constructed from actual XII Dynasty example in Cairo Museum, and a model from Tutankhamen's tomb, XIII Dynasty (Cat. No. 7)
II. A Mediterranean Ship (14th Century) Model after a relief in the Church of S. Eustorgio, Milan (Cat. No. 14).
III. English Ship (circa 1485) Model based on the contemporary MS. "Pageant of Richard Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick" in the British Museum  (Cat. No. 18)
IV. Columbus's "Santa Maria" (1492) Model from a reconstruction made by the Spanish Government in 1892 (Cat. No. 2o)
V. An Elizabethan Galleon (circa 1600) A model based on contemporary plans in the Pepysian Library, Magdalene College, Cambridge (Cat. No. 39)
VI. The "Naseby" (1655) Model made from contemporary drawings by Wm. Van de Velde the Elder and after a contemporary model in the Maritime Museum at Stockholm (Cat. No. 44)
VII. The "Prince" (1670) A contemporary dockyard model, the importance of which is increased by its unmistakable identity (Cat. No. 48)
VIII. A Stuart Royal Yacht (circa 1674) A contemporary model, with the original spars (Cat. No. 49)
IX. A Sloop-of-War (circa 1710) A contemporary model with the original sails (Cat. No. 59)
X. Fifty-gun Ship on the Establishment proposed in 1733 Dockyard model with contemporary rigging (Cat. No. 72)
XI. Stern of Eighty-gun Ship on Establishment of 1719 Dockyard model (Cat. No. 63)
Stern of H.M.S. "Boyne" (1790) Dockyard model (Cat. No. 103)
XII. Draught of H.M.S. "Victory" (1737) Copy of the original Admiralty draught, made in 1786 (Cat. No. 73)
Model of H.M.S. "Egmont" (1768) Contemporary Dockyard model (Cat. 88)
XIII. Naval Schooner (1770-1780) Contemporary hull, rigged from Steel's Rigging and Steamship, 1794 (Cat. No. 92)
Naval Schooner "Express" (1815) From the original Admiralty draught (Cat. No. 16o)
XIV. Constructional Midship Section of a 74-gun Ship (circa 1795) Contemporary model (Cat. No. 108)
XV. Stern of a 64-gun Ship (c. 1800) A contemporary model (Cat. No. 117)
XVI. Ships at the Custom House, London (1714) A contemporary print (Cat. No. 121)
XVII. Naval Cutter (late 18th Century) Model made about 1800 (Cat. No. 96)
Naval Cutter (circa 1830) Contemporary hull (Cat. No. 174)
XVIII. H.M. Brig "Alert" (1775) Model made from detailed dimensions in Steel's Naval Architecture, 1804 (Cat. No. 93)
H.M. Brig "Fantome" (1839) Contemporary model rigged in accordance with the dimensions established by Sir William Symonds in 1836 (Cat. No. 192)
XIX. Circular Stern of an 84-gun Ship (1821) Admiralty model, contrasting the circular stern with the square closed stern which preceded it (Cat. No. 170)
Elliptical Stern of H.M.S. "Albion" (1842) Admiralty model (Cat. No. 204)
XX. Trading Schooner (circa 181o) Contemporary hull and rigging (Cat. No. 233)
Collier-Brig "Unity" (1848) From a picture by W. H. Doust in 1854 (Cat. No. 249)
XXI. East Indiaman (circa 1815) A contemporary hull, rigged in accordance with Darcy Lever's Young Sea Officer's Sheet Anchor of 1808 (Cat. No. 237)
XXII. Blackwall Frigate "True Briton" (1861) A contemporary builder's model (Cat. No. 265)
XXIII. Clipper Ship "Cutty Sark" (1869) A model made by Dr. C. N. Longridge following considerable research (Cat. No. 279)
XXIV. "Blair Athole" (1874) Model made from original plans by Mr. R. H. Douglas, who served in the Ship (Cat. No. 285)
XXV. Sail Plan of S. "Bann" (1875) Builders' plan (Cat. No. 288)
XXVI. "Pass of Melfort" (1891) Builders' model (Cat. No. 299)
XXVII. Three-Masted Schooner "E. W. Morrison" (circa 1870) Contemporary model (Cat. No. 284)
XXVIII. Seven-Masted Schooner "Thomas W. Lawson" (1902) Model made from original plans (Cat. No. 3o6)
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