The galleon is different from the older types of ships.
They were longer, lower and narrower.
They had a square tuck stern instead of a round tuck,
and a snout projecting forward from the bows below
the level of the forecastle.
There is a doorstop that is almost idential
made by the TITUS FOUNDRY of Coldwater, MI.
You may see this by clicking "Coaches/Ships"
on the Homepage.
For more information about Doorstop Lamps
See "1. DOORSTOP, LAMP or BOOKEND ?"
Under the DOORSTOP KNOWLEDGE
icon on the HOME PAGE of this site
The back is usually seen without the Apparatus or Light
attached to the U-shaped groove -- see Picture " B "