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Xarifa

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By: Michael Costagliola "Baltimore clipper" schooner, c 1821, US privateer of 10 guns probably built in Philadelphia. This type ship were the models for later...

Wilson

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By: John R. Haynes Model depicts the U.S. Navy Benham Class destroyer, built at the Puget Sound Navy Yard in 1939. Wilson is shown in...

Wasp

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By: WAR of 1812, William H. Eisele With the ineffectiveness of the U.S. Navy’s gunboat class, Congress authorized the construction of two new 16-18 gun...

Wasp

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By:  Raymond Langdon (1926 - 2002) Built at the Washington Navy Yard in 1807, designed by Josiah Fox as a fast man-of-war and at 117',...

Washington

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By: Bernd Braatz: This model depicts one of the original Revenue Cutters commissioned for the U.S. Navy in Baltimore, circa 1837. She was first built...

By: Robert H. Mouat Royal Navy Queen Elizabeth Class battleship WARSPITE , one of Britain's most decorated ships in the 20 th century, had a...

By: William E. Hitchcock 10-Gun American Privateer c. 1812 Baltimore clipper, c. 1812, sailed as a privateer under government commission. Highly successful both in speed...

Virago

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By: Robert H. Mouat This fine realistic waterline scene depicts HMS VIRAGO , a Class B, British four funnel, 30 knot torpedo boat dest roy...

By:  NAPOLEONIC PRISONER-of-WAR H.M.S. Ville de Paris was ordered by the British Admiralty in 1788 from the design by Sir John Henslow and was to...

Victory, HMS

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By: Alain Benoit - Lord Horatio Nelson’s Flagship from the famous battle at Trafalgar, 1805. First Rate ship of 100 guns, built at Chatham Dockyard,...

Victory

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By: Donald McNarry FRSA In October 2005 the 200 th anniversary of the Battle of Trafalgar will be celebrated by six days of celebrations in...

Victory

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By: WAR of 1812, Everett Kent Lord Horatio Nelson’s flagship contemporaneous to the famous Battle at Trafalgar, 1805. A First-rate ship of 102 guns, Victory...

By: Philip S. Reed US Revenue Service cutter commissioned in Baltimore, ca. 1837. She gained greatest fame in her sighting and boarding of the slave...

USS Franklin

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By: Stephen W. Henninger One of the original ten Essex class aircraft carriers built, “Big Ben” had a speed of 33 knots, carried a complement...

By: Philip S. Reed A powerful 38-gun heavy frigate designed by Joshua Humphreys as one of the original six frigates constructed for the United States...

By: Richard S. Glanville Revenue Cutter 1815; Baltimore Clipper hull form designed by William Doughty who was the raining naval architect shows a 6-gun vessel...

By: John R. Haynes Superbly detailed and pristine replica builder’s full hull model of these most famous and successful World War II ships. Model is...

Texas, U.S.S.

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By: Nader Taheri Built at Norfolk Navy Yard, she was launched in 1892. Then assigned to the North Atlantic Squadron, she cruised the eastern seaboard...

By: Sydney Wolvek - Represents a Canonicus class monitor, launched in 1863. She was 223' long by a 43' beam, and carried two 15" Dahlgren...

Syren

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By: Henry Meyer This 18-gun US Navy brig with her crack crew proved formidable in South Atlantic and Caribbean service. Designed by Benjamin Hutton, Jr.;...

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