Figureheads for ships





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Grassendale

Grassendale

Grassendale was built in 1885 by Williams and sons of Workington Cumbria. She was sold in 1906 to Finnish owners based at Rauma and remained in...
Gunilla

Gunilla

Built in Oskarshamn on the east coast of Sweden in 1939 as a three masted Bermudan rigged ship, she was converted to a motor vessel in 1954 and her...
Hermione

Hermione

The original 32 gun French frigate  Hermione  was constructed at Rochefort in 1779 and famously carried General La Fayette to America in...
HMS Chesapeake

HMS Chesapeake

Chesapeake was a 4th rate steam frigate built at Chatham in 1855, to replace the earlier Chesapeake which was captured from the Americans at Boston...
HMS Poictiers

HMS Poictiers

HMS Poictiers was built in 1809 at the yard of John King, at Upnor on the Medway. She was a third rate 74 gun ship and served initially off the...
HMS Vengeance

HMS Vengeance

Built at Pembroke Dockyard in 1824 as an 84 gun ship of the formidable class. The ship was finally broken up just before the First World War. In 1925...
Jenny Lind

Jenny Lind

The original figure which is believed to have come from the American clipper ship Nightingale had in the course of time lost one arm and had the...
Pelican of London

Pelican of London

The 115ft Pelican was buit at Le Havre as an Arctic trawler shortly after the First World War. The fine lines of her hull made her a perfect...
Roseau

Roseau

The barque Rosearu was built in Jersey by F.C. Clarke in 1857 principally engaged in the sugar trade between England and the West Indies. She was...
Samaritan

Samaritan

SAMARITAN FIGUREHEAD   The figurehead is believed to come from the brig Samaritan, built in Great Yarmouth at the South Street yard of...

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