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anchor

Created: 02.09.15

Various anchor model


  • Name
  • Artist / Maker
  • Date made
  • ID
  • Unknown
    Unknown
    2206
    Roger's anchor

    Scale: Unknown. Model of a Roger's anchor made entirely of metal and nickel plated. The stock is rectangular in section and has two eyebolts at either end. The shank is also rectangular in section and has a large D-ring at…

  • Unknown
    1857?
    2224
    Equipment model; Anchor model

    Scale: Unknown. A model of a portable anchor (1857) made entirely from iron and painted a uniform black. The body and arms are made up from a series of flat sections, all of which are held together by three large…

  • Unknown
    Unknown
    2274
    Smiths patent B

    Scale: Unknown. A model of a patent stockless anchor made entirely from steel with a gun metal finish. The shank is rectangular in section and tapers slightly towards the crown which finishes at a right angle. Through the crown is…

  • Unknown
    Unknown
    2176
    Hawkin's anchor

    Scale: Unknown. A model of a Hawkins patent anchor (1822) made entirely in brass. The shank is square in section and the top incorporates a ring to which is attached a single link. The bottom part of the shank resembles…

  • Unknown
    circa 1898
    2190
    Jones and Lloyd anchor

    Scale: Unknown. A model of a Jones & Lloyd patent anchor, sanctioned in 1898, made entirely in brass and lacquered. The shank is rectangular in section with rounded short sides along most of its length. The shank tapers toward the…

  • Unknown
    Unknown
    No 16
    double fluke anchor

    Scale: Unknown. A model of a double fluke anchor as proposed by Mr Christopher. The model is made entirely of either bronze or brass with a lacquered finish and consists of a pair of flat shanks with rounded edges which…

  • Unknown
    Unknown
    EQS0181
    Equipment model; Anchor model

    Model of a Martin's patent anchor. Illegible inscription on model.

  • Unknown
    circa 1883 ?
    J3(130)
    long shank old pattern

    Scale:Unknown. Model of an Admiralty pattern type anchor made entirely from iron . The crown, flukes and palms illustrate the typical Admiralty pattern type with the flat-sided oval shaped shank tapering up towards the square section complete with two small…

  • Unknown
    circa 1820
    2096
    Equipment model; Anchor model

    Scale: Unknown. Model of an anchor showing a proposal to strengthen the arms by means of links connecting the arms to the shank. It has been made in wood with metal links and a ring at the top of the…

  • Unknown
    Unknown
    2291
    Equipment model; Anchor model

    Scale: Unknown. A proposal model of a swivel stock anchor made entirely of iron which has been painted black. The anchor resembles the design of a standard Admiralty pattern anchor with a shank that is rectangular in section with rounded…

  • Unknown
    circa 1870
    2292
    independent trip gear anchor

    Scale: Unknown. A model of a trip gear anchor (circa 1870) with independent trip gear, made entirely in iron. The model is stockless and has a flat crown with two conventional flukes that pivot through an arc of about 90…

  • Unknown
    Unknown
    J3(140)
    Equipment model; Anchor model

    Scale: Unknown. Model of a close stowing anchor made entirely in brass, except for two steel pins which hold two ring bolts fixed to the top and bottom of the shank. The brass stock tapers upwards at either end and…

  • Unknown
    circa 1829
    No 8
    Hollow shank anchor

    Scale: Unknown. A model of an anchor (circa 1829) made entirely from brass with a lacquered finish. The model consists of a rectangular shank with rounded edges which tapers towards the crown. The shank has been hollowed out, to reduce…

  • Unknown
    Unknown
    2086
    Coryton anchor

    Scale: 1:12. Model of a Coryton anchor made entirely in iron. The model has patternated dark grey colour and has been made similar to the subject it depicts. There are two shackles attached to either end of the shank by…

  • Unknown
    1820-1822
    No15
    Equipment model; Anchor model

    Scale: Unknown. A model of a Spencer's proposed anchor (1820-1822). The model is made in wood with a lead ring and is painted a uniform black. The shank is square in section with rounded edges ending in a flat and…

  • Unknown
    1820-1822
    No15
    Equipment model; Anchor model

    Scale: Unknown. A model of a Spencer's proposed anchor (1820-1822). The model is made in wood with a lead ring and is painted a uniform black. The shank is square in section with rounded edges ending in a flat and…

  • Unknown
    Unknown
    No 12
    Hollow shank anchor

    Scale: Unknown. Model of an anchor with a hollow shank. The model is made mainly of brass, the shank being made from a tubular piece of brass which is open at both ends, and which has a pair of conventional…

  • Unknown
    circa 1820-1822
    No15
    Equipment model; Anchor model

    Scale: Unknown. Model of an anchor design proposed by Mr Spencer at Chatham Dockyard in 1820-22. The model has been made in wood with two square metal hoops binding the asymmetrical stock and a large metal ring, made from lead,…

  • Unknown
    Unknown
    2267
    Wasteney Smith's improved pattern

    Scale: 1:8. A model of a Wasteney Smith improved pattern anchor made entirely in brass and either plated or lacquered. The shank is rectangular in section and tapers to a rounded top to which is attached a D-ring shackle that…

  • Unknown
    1938
    1938-926
    Equipment model; Anchor model

    Scale: Unknown. Model of a Chinese junk anchor which is made entirely from iron. The shank is hexagonal in section and tapers out towards the crown end with a drilled circular hole through which passes a circular stock held in…

  • G. Hartshorne & Co.
    1893
    2211
    Equipment model; Anchor model

    Scale: Unknown. A model of a Hartshorne's patent anchor made entirely in steel and patinated a matt finish. The shank is rectangular in section and one broad face is inscribed in capital lettering "Hartshorne's patent". There is a 'D' ring…

  • Unknown
    circa 1920
    2294
    John Eynon's wrought iron

    Scale: Unknown. A model of John Eynon's wrought iron anchor, sanctioned in 1920. The model is made entirely in aluminium alloy which is patinated a dark grey colour. The shank is square in section with rounded corners and at the…

  • Noble & Company
    circa 1937
    1738
    90 (1937); Service vessel; Lightship

    Scale: not calculated. The model clearly shows how lightships have evolved into the highly specialized craft of today: the deep hull and large rudder for stability and compensates for the high centre of gravity caused by the light; built up…

  • G. Hartshorne & Co.
    2208
    Baldt patent

    Scale: Unknown. Model of a Baldt's patent anchor . Made entirely in brass which has been plated, a bright chrome finish. The shank is square in section and on one face there is an inscription, "Baldt Patent" and on the…

  • Unknown
    circa 1812
    No 6
    Equipment model; Anchor model

    Scale: 1:12. A model of a swivel armed anchor (1812) made largely from brass and is complete with a polished wooden stock. The main body of the anchor consists of a shank which is rectangular in section and has an…

  • W J Brown
    Unknown
    2187
    Equipment model; Anchor model

    Scale: Unknown. A model of W J Brown's patent anchor, made entirely in iron and oxidised a dark brown colour. The shank is ovoid in shape and tapers toward the top where it bulges out to accommodate a D-ring shackle…

  • Unknown
    circa 1909
    2209
    Dreadnought

    Scale: Unknown. A model of a Taylor's Dreadnought patent anchor, made entirely in steel or iron and patinated a dark grey finish. The shank is rectangular in section with slightly rounded short sides and is rounded at the top where…

  • Joseph Wright & Co. Ltd
    1917
    2200
    Perkins patent

    Scale: Unknown. A model of a Perkin's patent anchor, sanctioned in 1917, and made entirely in aluminium alloy. The shank is a rounded rectangle in section and on one broad face is inscribed in capital lettering "Joseph Wright & Co…