Before World War II, the Royal Navy first built the King George V class. The King George V class was a heavy defense, but the main gun was 14 inches, the smallest of the new battleships, and the Lion class was planned due to concerns about the lack of firepower of the main gun. The Lion-class was planned to be equipped with a newly developed 16-inch gun, but World War II began and construction was discontinued. Vanguard was built in place of the Lion class.
The hull and engine have taken over the Lion-class battleship, and the main gun is a 15-inch gun taken from a large Glorious-class light cruiser.
It is in the high quality category as a 21st century resin kit. Please see the page below for details.
General-purpose etching such as metal wire and rattal is not included. Since there are many shortages in the manual, you will also need a photo of the actual ship. For example, there is no description about the length of the metal wire of the mast.