AMERICAN MARINE MODEL GALLERY - Fine Art Ship Models

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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...

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

By: Builder's Model - A fine antique builder's model a single screw general purpose cargo ship S.S. Maisie, built by Bartram & Sons, Sunderland for...

By: Martin R. Harrop - A classically constructed full 'Admiralty' style model of a typical 74-gun ship, as found in the French Navy during the...

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...

By: Builder's Model - Motorship for 101 first class passengers and cargo, Northern Prince was owned by the Furness, Withy & Company’s Furness Prince Line,...

By: William E. Hitchcock - PD 139 - This model of a typical British tramp coastal steamer is an effort to simulate the builder's style...

By: Colin Gray - The Scottish Peterhead Whaleboat was an early British style whaleboat, which was used for hunting Bowhead whales as opposed to the...

By: Capt. F.A. Gentzen - Antique shadowbox model of the 5 masted square rigged ship of 1902 Preussen largest sailing ship ever built. Length 407',...

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...

By: Marcelo C. Ossó - America’s Cup challenger of 1903, designed by William Fife, Jr. & built by William Denny & Bros., for Sir Thomas...

By: Scott Chambers - Sir Thomas Lipton’s J-Class, cutter yacht, America’s Cup challenger of 1930. Waterline lift hull construction, natural mahogany bottom, dk.green topsides, white...

By: William H. Eisele - Beautiful ivory model depicts this well designed British 12-gun ketch, built at Chatham Dockyard and launched on October 21, 1752...

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...

By: Pat Cummings - One of the earliest & largest one-design classes in the world, the Star was the only international one-design racing class. William...

Syren

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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...

By: Joaquim Maristany - Shadowbox presentation of the White Star Line'ss ill-fated liner built by Harland & Wolff Ltd, Belfast, and launched May 31, 1911,...

By: Scott Chambers - America’s Cup Challenger of 1895; keel cutter designed by George L. Watson, & built by D.& W. Henderson for the Earl...

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....

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...

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