JPett Posted September 21, 2013 Share #1 Posted September 21, 2013 (edited) Ahoy Mates Upon doing some research on the stern on the HMS Victory as depicted by most model companies and even the current floating museum/restoration in England I have found it does not coincide with some of the artist renderings, or period models I am seeing. Quotes I have found also indicate that she was "built with three elaborately decorated open galleries at the stern" Was there a change in a refit, enclosing the stern. Information pertaining to this on the Web has to date; been elusive. Bibliography and credits http://shipwreck.net/hmsvictoryhistoricaloverview.php Image insert top right http://www.rmg.co.uk/server/change/searchResults/search_word/hms%20victory/refine/collections/page/1 Additional notes As I have just ordered the Corel version which seems to come with what could be the worst representation of this ships stern I am looking into my options. Suggestions on good books to research this model and or upgrades are welcome and appreciated Thank you All Edited September 21, 2013 by JPett Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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