Date Added: 06 August 2016
This scene depicts the sailing ship Eagle in an apothecary bottle. The sea bed is made of Plasticine, while the hull is made from pine with mahogany trim pieces. The sails are cotton rag paper with birch dowels for the masts and spars. The ship is passing day mark 3 while leaving the harbor. In the close up photos, you can see five crew members tending to the sails and steering the vessel out to sea.
|Type:||Eagle in a Bottle||Maker's Name:||Sheridan, Bill|
|Category:||Sailing Ships||Made Where:||Southington, Connecticut|
|Bottle Size:||1 liter||Year Made:||2016|