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Baltimore Clipper

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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: Nader Taheri - This beautiful and meticulously crafted scale car model was a feat to engineer and assemble. With the many removable components, one...

By: William E. Hitchcock, Mark A. Sutherland - Surfmen of the United States Life Saving Service (USLSS) c. 1890. Shown setting up the breeches-buoy apparatus...

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...

Warspite

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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...

Lighting

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

Columbia

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By: Erik A.R. Ronnberg Jr. - Built as a fisherman, but was intended to be a contender for the Dennis Trophy.  Designed by W. Sterling...

"Homebound to the Market" By: William E. Hitchcock, Nader Taheri - A small 22’ Friendship sloop design or late 19th century New England small craft,...

By: Colin Gray New Bedford whaleboat design of 1870s. The term “whaleboat” properly describes boats used for hunting whales, although it has also been applied...

Alert

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By: Michael Costagliola - One of two sloops of 16 carriage guns commissioned by the Royal Navy Admiralty Board. 6th rate sloop was built by ...

Rodney

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By: Robert H. Mouat - Royal Navy Nelson Class battleship RODNEY, launched in 1925, served with distinction and occasionally as Flagship - almost without respite...

Algerine

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By: Raymond Langdon - An American 16-gun privateer Baltimore Clipper designed vessel of about 92’ was built at Baltimore circa 1801. It was later taken...

Husky Clipper

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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...

Charles W. Morgan

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By: Ken Thomsen - American bark-rigged whaler. Built by J. & Z. Hillman at New Bedford in 1841, at 113’ in length, 351 tons. Survives...

St. Albans

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By: William H. Eisele British 4th-rate ship of 52 gun, built at Deptford, England in 1686 by John Shish. She was 128’ in length on...

Vigilant

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By: Wilford H. Hooper - Successful America’s Cup defender of 1893 defeated the British Challenger Valkyrie II. Vigilant was a centerboard sloop owned by C....

Vixen

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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...

Rattlesnake

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By: William E. Hitchcock Illustrious 20-gun Salem, Massachusetts privateer was constructed by maverick naval architect John Peck as a ‘miniature frigate’ at Plymouth between 1779...

British Cruizer

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By: William H. Eisele - A fine 18th century British 10-gun naval brig originally built at Deptford Dockyard, 1752.  Constructed on the plank-on built-up frame...

Gaetina

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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...

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