Model No. 814: Yawl Boat

Model No. 814

Model by: JBH
Made when: 1860s (?)
Model length (ca.): 26.8" (68.0cm)
Power/Sail: S
Vessel Type: Yawl boat
Model location: H.M.M. Workshop East Wall Right

Vessels from this model:
1 built, modeled by JBH
#1003es [Yawl Boat] (1860)

Original text on model:
"Vessel yawl boat by J.B.H." (Source: Original handwritten annotation on model. Undated.)

Model identification:
"[Might this model be the model for the 'cheap yawl boats to be shipped to South America'?] This exploit [of leading for a while during the 1865 the New York Yacht Club Annual Regatta] brought John [B. Herreshoff] and [Dexter] Stone to the limelight, and in the year (1865), they built [#186501es] HAIDEE I, a number of small catboats and fishing boats, besides a large number of cheap yawl boats to be shipped to South America." (Source: Herreshoff, N. G. "The Old Tannery and My Brother John." Written July 28, 1933. In: Pinheiro, Carlton J. (ed.). Recollections and Other Writings by Nathanael G. Herreshoff. Bristol, 1998, p. 22.)

Herreshoff Catalogue Raisonné.
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Citation: Herreshoff Model 814 Yawl Boat. Herreshoff Catalogue Raisonné.