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The Saint-Philippe. A 90-Gun Three-Decker 1693-1715
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The Saint-Philippe. A 90-Gun Three-Decker 1693-1715
This monograph is dedicated to one of the most prestigious vessels of Louis XIV Navy. 45 large format plates showing the full description of the vessel.
Among these new vessels the Saint-Philippe, built in 1693 by Francois Coulomb at Toulon, would have an especially rich career, under the command of illustrious officers. She was especially noteworthy at the battle of Velez-Malaga in 1704 under the command of the Chevalier d’Infreville but this campaign would be her last.
The rare nature of studies dedicated to Louis XIV’s navy, the prestige surrounding the vessel under study, the abundance of pictorial information and the rich nature of the numerous commentaries makes this monograph a matchless trove.
- 220 page brochure containing the source, the history and reduced-scale plates with commentaries
- 16 page full-color booklet showing details of admiralty-style rigged models
- 45 large format plates showing the full description of the vessel. (The sails and The Saint-Philippe under sail 1/96).
Chapter 1 - Presentation of sources
1.1 Data defining the general architecture and construction elements
1.2 Elements of decoration
1.3 Colors used in the days of the Saint-Philippe
1.4 Discussion about the theme of the decoration
1.5 Origins of vessels of the class of the Saint-Philippe
1.6 State of the Navy after 1692.
Chapter II - Flag-carrying vessels
2.1 Saint-Philippe, 1662 – 1692
2.2 Royal Louis 1668 – 1697
2.3 Soleil Royal 1669 – 1692.
Chapter III - The Coulombs, father and son and the Toulon naval constructions.
Chapter IV - Evolution of bronze guns casting.
Chapter V - Summary of the Saint-Philippe’s operational career.
Chapter VI - Description of the timber structure.
Construction of the vessel accompanied by 31 reduced scale plates.
Chapter VII - Drawings and commentaries of the plates.
Chapter VIII - Commentaries on photographs of models.
45 plates:
Pl.1 Schematic elevation of the vessel
Pl.2 Schematic plan
Pl.3 Body plan
Pl.4 Construction of the head
Pl.5 Construction of the stern-frame
Pl.6 to Pl.14 Profile of the frames
Pl.15 Elevation of the timber framing
Pl.16 Longitudinal section without furniture
Pl.17 Longitudinal section including furniture
Pl.18 Cross-section of the stern at station frame VI aft
Pl.19 Cross-sections at station frames V aft to III aft
Pl.20 Cross-sections at frames II aft to the main middle mould
Pl.21 Cross-sections from the main middle mould to frame II forward
Pl.22 Cross-sections from frame III to V forward
Pl.23 Plan of the hold
Pl.24 Arrangements in the hold and orlop deck
Pl.25 Plan of the first deck timber structure
Pl.26 Plan of the first deck including furniture
Pl.27 Plan of the second deck timber structure
Pl.28 Plan of the second deck including furniture
Pl.29 Plan of the third deck timber structure
Pl.30 Plan of the third deck including furniture
Pl.31 Plan of the quarterdeck timber structure
Pl.32 Plan of the quarterdeck accomodations and poop deck timber structure
Pl.33 Elevation view of the planked hull
Pl.34 Elevation view of the decorated hull
Pl.35 Structure of the stern and quarter-galleries
Pl.36 Decoration of the stern and head
Pl.37 Furniture I - Anchors - artillery - galley
Pl.38 Furniture II - Rudder - capstan - bitts
Pl.39 Furniture III - hatches - longboat - boats
Pl.40 Decoration and furnishings of the accomodations
Pl.41 Mainmast spars
Pl.42 Foremast spars Pl.43 Mizzenmast and bowsprit spars
Pl.44 Sails (1/96 scale)
Pl.45 The St-Philippe under sail (1/96 scale)
Translated by François Fougerat
Model under sail by José Tuset
Michel Magerotte's single shell model

Author(s): Jean Claude Lemineur
Publisher: Ancre
Pages: 212
Language: English
Edition: 1
Year of publication: 2018
Dimensions: 32 x 24,5 cm
Binding: Hardcover
Weight: 4.30 kg
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