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Swedish anchor of 1780-1790 for the frigate by F. Chapman

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Good day to all!

Please help. Where to find the drawing of the Swedish anchor of 1780-1790 for the frigate built by F. Chapman?
I found one drawing by F. Chapman in 1797 , but  it seems to me that it differs from the anchor on the model of the frigate Bellone and the battleship Gustav in the swedish museum.

 

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45 minutes ago, bruce d said:

Hello Greenstone,

Did you look in here:

Hope this helps,

Bruce

 

 

My respects!

I checked the Danish archives yesterday. Unfortunately, the Swedish anchor is not found in their collection as a model in the Museum

Eugen

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