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Ship model, F7 class destroyer, A.A. Stewart Collection

There were nine F Class destroyers built in 1934 for the Royal Navy. Five survived WW11.

This model is part of the A. A. Stewart collection of ship, mechanical, and railway models acquired over nearly 30 years, from 1938 to 1963. Albyn A. Stewart was a trained engineer fascinated by engineering models, and he constructed some of those in the collection. Others were bought from amateur and commercial modellers at great expense to Stewart, who travelled regularly to England to seek out models. …


Object No.


Object Statement

Ship model, F7 class destroyer, with steam plant, [Australia or United Kingdom]; A A Stewart Collection (OF).

Physical Description

Ship model, F7 class destroyer. Model has two funnels, two forrard guns, three lifeboats, bridge, anchor chain, two anchors, two guns, torpedo launchers, single mast with ensign.Finished in grey with timber deck. amidships, one searchlight, and four guns aft.


" F7 "on side below bridge



375 mm


130 mm


Credit Line

Purchased 1944

Acquisition Date

20 November 1944

Cite this Object


Ship model, F7 class destroyer, A.A. Stewart Collection 2020, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 23 March 2023, <>


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