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Serpent (1832)

Admiralty Collection

Object connections:

Collection Admiralty Collection, Ship Plans
Gallery locationNot on display
VesselsSerpent (1832)

Object details:

Object ID ZAZ4444
Description Scale: 1:48. Two plans stuck together. The top plan, dated circa January 1846, showing the sections and plan for Serpent (1832), a 16-gun Brig, illustrating the stowage in the hold for 500 boxes of treasure at Singapore in January 1846. The bottom plan, dated circa June 1843, illustrates the stowage in the hold for the tanks and ballast at Amoy in June 1843. The Serpent was in the East Indies between 1841 and 1846. Signed by Commander William Nevill [Captain of Serpent, 1841-1846]
Date made June 1843 and January 1846

Place made Unknown
Credit National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
Materials paper; black ink; blue ink
Measurements Sheet: 642 mm x 529 mm
  • Serpent (1832) (ZAZ4444)
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