Pewter with five shields, page two
|Pewter, five shields, ship number 6|
While this ship appears virtually identical to the pewter five-shield ship number 1, I have listed it as a separate ship due to two distinct differences - the shields and the spoon.
This ship's size, proportions and dragon heads are identical to the pewter five-shield ship number 1. It is solid pewter, it has the word 'NORGE' written in raised lettering on the upper part of the bow of the ship, there are five shields on each side, the shields are bidirectional, and the dragon heads have the same slight differences in the neck length and 'beak base' size. It is shown here with the bow (prow) to the left.
|This shows the shields on the port side of the ship (with the ship's bow facing to the left). Compared to the pewter 5-shield ship number 1, all but one of the shields are virtually identical. The shield that is different is the furthest to the right (closest to the stern).|
|This shows the shields on the starboard side of the ship (with ship's bow facing to the right). Again, compared to the pewter 5-shield ship number 1, all but one of the shields are virtually indentical. The shield that is different is the furthest to the left (again, closest to the stern).|
|These are the markings on the underside of the ship. In raised lettering, it reads "HÅNDSTØPT", "TPB", and "TINN".|
|This is the front of the spoon that came with this ship. It has some similarities with the spoon that came with the pewter 5-shield ship number 1. The length and width are the same, and both have a hole at the top of the handle. The 'outline' is similar. The main difference is the redesign along the handle - this spoon has a design of some crossed lines inside six small circles.|
|This is the back of the spoon. In raised lettering, it is marked "NORGE", written horizontally, with the 'E' closest to the bowl of the spoon.|