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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',...

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...

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: William H. Eisele - The 18-gun brig Syren was designed by Benjamin Hutton, Jr. and built by Nathanial Hutton at Philadelphia. She was launched...

Lynx

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By: Donald McNarry, FSRA This uniquely presented full hull model mounted on delicate pedestals, has a full sail configuration which emphasizes this sleek 97’ Baltimore...

Lynx

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By: Bernd Braatz Ship in a Bottle presentation of the Baltimore Clipper of 1812. The deck is planked over with maplewood strips, Deck houses and...

HMS Shannon

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By: Philip S. Reed A notorious 38-gun heavy British frigate of the Leda Class was launched in 1806 at Chatham Dockyard, and served in the...

By: WAR of 1812, ANTIQUE Models, NAPOLEONIC PRISONER-of-WAR H.M.S. Hibernia (Roman name for Ireland) launched Plymouth Dockyard in 1804 typified the British Royal Navy’s Ship-of-the-Line....

By: WAR of 1812, Richard S. Glanville The model was re-constructed from plans by Colan Ratliff, as she appeared on December 14, 1814 at the...

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: Richard S. Glanville - Baltimore clipper, c. 1812, sailed as a privateer under government commission. Highly successful both in speed and seaworthiness, she was...

By: WAR of 1812, ANTIQUE Models, NAPOLEONIC PRISONER-of-WAR The model is constructed in the conventional methods having a wood core and then is planked-over with...

By: William E. Hitchcock - U.S. One-gun Revenue cutter of 80 tons, c.1815. Automated center pivot gun swivels and recoils, via manual levers attached to...