A remarkable piece of handcrafted precision workmanship.
Details include rope sheaves with rotating pulleys on brass axles, intricate trunnions, wooden gun carriage on machined brass wheels.
The whole assembly can be dismantled down to separate pieces, making an absorbing challenge for curious minds
Mounted on polished wood plinth. approx 300 x 120 mm
Machining was done on a CNC (Computer Numeric Control) machine tool like the one illustrated.
Lovingly painted in watercolours and framed by one of the Fleet’s volunteer model ship builders, this wonderful artwork of the Fleet’s workhorse, Harman will be a great addition to your home or office. Harman, built in 1943 was originally attached to the naval communications establishment HMAS Harman and transported Navy personnel from ship to shore, and between the many Sydney Harbour RAN establishments, from Balmoral to the Parramatta River.
Donated by Fleet Member & Volunteer, Andrew Bishop
Carrying the James Craig painting, a useful wiper for camera lens, phone glass etc. requiring soft non greasy non abrasive cleaning medium
Packed in a matchbook -style pouch. cloth size approx 120 mm x 120 mm
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Are paperweights still useful? Here's a genuine historic relic with practical value!
The hulk of James Craig as found in Recherche Bay Tasmania was well rusted Thousands of the original iron rivets had to be renewed. This souvenir might make a neat gift for a Maritime fan.
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