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Model of the William Rex

Adriaen de Vriend, Adriaen Davidsen, Cornelis Moerman, 1698, ship model, NG-MC-651

Model of a 74-gun Dutch battleship. It was made in Vlissingen (Flushing) and displayed in the boardroom of the Zeeland navy in Middelburg. The decorative stern sports the arms of Zeeland. In fact no such ship actually existed. The name William Rex refers to William III of Orange, the Dutch…

On display in room 2.15

Brief van D. Speeleveld aan D.…

D. Speeleveld, 1804, letter, NG-NM-8927-B

Model of a Capstan

Rijkswerf Vlissingen, 1819, demonstration model, NG-MC-192

Model of the Paddle Gear of the…

Rijkswerf Vlissingen, 1837, demonstration model, NG-MC-10

Gunlock (Flintlock) on a Dummy…

Rijkswerf Vlissingen, 1820, flintlock, NG-MC-697

Three Blocks and a Luff Tackle

Rijkswerf Vlissingen, Rijkswerf Willemsoord, Rijkswerf Hellevoetsluis, 1861 - 1865, tackle, NG-MC-1177

Model of a Rudder with a Rapson…

Rijkswerf Vlissingen, 1845, demonstration model, NG-MC-222

Block

Rijkswerf Vlissingen, 1861, block, NG-MC-1177-A

Model of a Double Capstan

Rijkswerf Vlissingen (possibly), c. 1821, demonstration model, NG-MC-204-2

Model of an 80-Pounder Shell Pivot…

Rijkswerf Vlissingen, 1839, demonstration model, NG-MC-804