Ship model, MV "Britannic", Bassett & Lowke Ltd, Northampton, United Kingdom, [1950's].(OF). Model of M.V. "Brittanic", built in 1930 for the White Star Line, last voyage 1960. Tonnage 27,666. Length 712ft, breadth 82ft, depth 43'9". Built by Bassett & Lowke Ltd., Northampton. Model: 60" long, 8" wide.
Complete with masts and rigging, aerials, derricks and bollards, deck rails and companionways, deck winches, ventilator hatches, bridge with binnacle and telegraphs, navigation lights, portholes, accomodation ladders with handrails, aft ship's wheel and binnacle, 26 covered ship's boats in davits, and 2 ship's launches in davits. . Hull fitted with twin screw three bladed propellers. Finished in brick red and black, with white upper works and brass fittings. Mounted on base with four turned support columns.
Reported to be the last ship to wear White Star Line colours.(LC).
"BRITANNIC" on either side of bow. "BRITANNIC/LIVERPOOL" on stern