NVM 10.00.012 walvisvaarder "Charles W. Morgan" (1841) (volschip)

Artikelnummer: 10.00.012

Charles W. MorganÌ´Ì_is an AmericanÌ´Ì_whaling shipÌ´Ì_whose active service period was during the 19th and early 20th centuries. Built in 1841, ships of this type were usually used to harvest theÌ´Ì_blubberÌ´Ì_ofÌ´Ì_whalesÌ´Ì_forÌ´Ì_whale oil, which was commonly used in lamps. The ship has served as a museum ship since the 1940s, and is now an exhibit at theÌ´Ì_Mystic SeaportÌ´Ì_museum inÌ´Ì_Mystic, Connecticut. It is the world's oldest survivingÌ´Ì_merchant vessel, and the only surviving wooden whaling ship from the 19th century American merchant fleet.[1]Ì´Ì_It was designated aÌ´Ì_National Historic LandmarkÌ´Ì_in 1966.

Specificaties :

Tekeningnummer

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10.00.012

Auteur

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W.E. Channing

Omschrijving

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walvisvaarder "Charles W. Morgan" (1841) (volschip)

Kwaliteit

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sp/lijnen; alg.plan/tuigplan; doorsneden; dekken; details; tekening bevat Engelse tekst

Schaal

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1 : 64

Aantal bladen A00

0

Aantal bladen A0

3

Aantal bladen A1

0

Aantal bladen A2

0

Aantal bladen A3

0

Aantal bladen A4

0

Aantal bladen A4 tekst

0

Gewicht in gram

265

Bijzonderheden

l.o.a. 81 cm

dM 1946/1,2,4,5 + 1975/5-10 + 88/1

Kopie artikel 12.00.012 (49 blz); betreft ook 10.00.013 en 10.00.014

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