Full hull model, in standard grey finish. There is minor damage to port stern quarter fittings, and some shrinkage cracks.
HMS Agamemnon was one of two Lord Nelson-class pre-dreadnought battleships and was the first warship built by the William Beardmore and Company's Dalmuir Naval Construction Works, being launched in 1906 and commissioned on 25 June 1908 at Chatham Dockyard for service in the Nore Division of the Home Fleet.
She was the Royal Navy's second-to-last pre-dreadnought battleship to be built, and was assigned to the Channel Fleet at the outbreak of the First World War.The ship was transferred to the Mediterranean Sea with Lord Nelson in early 1915 to participate in the Dardanelles Campaign.
Scale : four feet to one inch.
This Ship, the fourth of her name, served with the Channel Fleet from the outbreak of war until February, 1915, when she proceeded to the Mediterranean and took part in the preliminary bombardment of the Dardanelles Forts. She was actively employed throughout the Gallipoli Campaign, during which time the ship was struck by more than fifty projectiles. On 5th May, 1916, she assisted in bringing down Zeppelin " L 85 " at Salonika. The terms of the Turkish Armistice were signed on board this Ship at Mudros on 30th October, 1918.
Battleship of " Lord Nelson " Class.Launched, 1906 ; designed by Sir P. Watts.
Dimensions .. Length, beam and draught, 435, 79 1/2 and 27 feet
Armament Four 12-inch, ten 9.2-inch, fifteen 12-pdr., sixteen 3-pdr. and two maxim guns. (Big guns, central pivot mountings. Hoists, electric or hand, all guns. Guns manoeuvred hydraulic and hand gear. Arcs of fire : 12-inch, 240°.)
Torpedoes 18-inch; four broadside and one stern submerged tubes. (1904 model torpedoes. Complete electric installation. Eight searchlights.)
Designed HP. 16,750= 18.5 knots.
Machinery Two sets 4-cylinder vertical triple expansion.
Coal Normal, 900 tons ; maximum, 2,000 tons ; 400 tons oil.
Armour (Krupp) 12-inch belt (amidships) ; 6-inch belt (forward) ; 4-inch belt (aft) ; 2-inch deck (slopes) ; protection to vitals ; 14-inch barbettes ; 8-inch turrets to these ; 8-inch lower deck side ; 7-inch secondary turrets ; 12-inch conning tower.
(See also surrender table used on board at the signing of the armistice with the Turks on 30/Oct/1918)