Hancock (1777) Continental Frigate

Plans by Harold M. Hahn

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Model by Harold M. Hahn

(1980 Mariners Museum International Model Ship Craftsman's Competition 1st Place)

Hancock was built at Newburyport, Massachusetts, and placed under command of Captain John Manley 17 April 1776. After a long delay in fitting out and manning, she departed Boston, Massachusetts in company with Continental frigate Boston, 21 May 1777. She was captured in July by the British and renamed Iris. She had a distinguished career with the Royal Navy.

The plans are drawn at a scale of 1/8" = 1' scale and contains five sheets of plans which consist of:

Plate 1 - Lines drawing
Plate 2 - 3 - Frame details
Plate 4 - Frame details & patterns
Plate 5 - Masting & rigging

Length: 28 1/2"

Breadth: 11"

Height: 20 3/4"

 

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