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By Donald McNarry, FSRA English Royal Barge C. 1600 Waterline model built 1981 | Scale: 8’ = 1” Glazed case with walnut veneer: 6 1/2"...

by Donald McNarry, FRSA English State Barge c. 1700 Waterline model built 1985 Glazed case with birdseye maple veneer A grand and elegant State Barge...

By: Marcelo Ossó - A classic yacht model built in the style of late 19th century British builder’s mirror backed half hull models gives the...

By: Erik A.R. Ronnberg Jr.  (1944 - ) Auxiliary powered Gloucester fishing schooner designed and built by Arthur D. Story, Essex, MA, 1927 for Capt....

By:  M. Clayton Osterling This model represents an American merchant topsail schooner developed along the Baltimore Clipper design, and is believed to have been built...

By: Raymond Langdon - Extreme clipper of 1851 , built by Donald McKay at East Boston. She made seven Cape Horn runs to San Francisco...

By: Stephen W. Henninger - 60’ Little Harbor Sloop. The model depicts all the general features of her deck, deck gear and hull lines; and...

By: Bobb Tomsett - This charming model depicts a cruising schooner of 38’ 8” in overall length. It was built for W. O’Sullivan Dimfel of...

By: Donald McNarry, FSRA British Steamship of 1843 Waterline model built in 1965 | Scale: 32’= 1” Glazed case of burl walnut veneer: 17 1/2"...

By: William H. Eisele - Halifax was believed to be built in the American Colonies and was purchased by the British in 1768 and altered...

By: Stephen W. Henninger Hatteras Company's 53' power yacht built in 1984. The model depicts all the general features of her bridge, deck gear and...

By: David Spy - 35’ yawl, designed by Sparkman & Stephens and built by the Hinckley Yard, Southwest Harbor, ME. Model type: Half Hull, Sail...

By:  Marcelo C. Ossó - Classic Racing Shell 8 man, George Pocock Design c 1920’s. Approximately 60’ long scull was the winning eight-oar Gold Medal...

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By: Marcelo C. Ossó - 39.5’ Racer - Runabout of 1909, designed by P.H. Hesser of Cincinnati, OH and built by James Anschutz of Dayton,...

By: Marcelo C. Ossó - 38’ Racer - Runabout of 1911, esigned by Bowes & Mower, Elbridge 6-cylinder 72 HP Gasoline Engine D. Charles Drown...

By: Marsom B. Pratt - Designed by Rod Johnstone and first built in 1983; Length: 22 ft. 6 in.; Racing Crew: 3 (605 lbs. max.);...

By: Martin R. Harrop - Introduced into the French Navy in 1682 by Abraham Duquesne, the bomb ketch (galiote à bombes) was invented by Bernard...

By: 14" & 21" Lighting - Lighting of a ship model is an important element of enhancing it's beauty. Custom made for our Gallery, these...

By:  Lester Kirby - A waterline diorama depicts the British battlecruiser - one of "the splendid cats" - ca 1912 at anchor. Flagship of Real...

By: Bobb Tomsett - British cutter yacht, built by George L. Watson in 1878 for James Coats, Jr. of the Coats and Clark family. She...

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