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Naval Brig

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By: Artist Unknown 20th century model - full hull Model type: Naval, Sail, Ship-in-a-Bottle Scale: NA Size: 8" x 4 1/2" x 4 1/2" Class:...

80-Gun Bone Model

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By: ANTIQUE Models, NAPOLEONIC PRISONER-of-WAR The model is constructed in the customary method with a wood core and then is planked-over with bone and includes...

120-Gun Bone Model

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By: ANTIQUE Models, NAPOLEONIC PRISONER-of-WAR The well-proportioned miniature model is constructed in the traditional format with a wood core and then is planked-over with bone....

44-Gun Frigate

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By: NAPOLEONIC PRISONER-of-WAR The model is constructed in the customary set-up with a wood core which has been planked-over with bone and has whale baleen...

State Barge

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By: Donald McNarry FRSA This formal and fashionable transport barge of the early 17th century were the type of small craft employed by the English...

Le Tempte

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By: William E. Hitchcock This interpretive diorama depicts buccaneers of the Gulf Coast sailing for a safe anchorage aboard their weathered 10-gun brig La Tempête,...

Hannah

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By: Raymond Langdon This model depicts the 78-ton Marblehead schooner, probably originally owned by Colonel John Lee of Manchester. It is shown it its merchant...

48-Gun Frigate

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By: NAPOLEONIC PRISONER-of-WAR This is a very fine bone model representing a heavy frigate class vessel. The model is typically constructed of a wood core...

110-Gun Bone Model

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By: ANTIQUE Models, NAPOLEONIC PRISONER-of-WAR This ‘three-decker’ scenic waterline model is actually a ‘full hull’ piece, but is set into a fitted opening in an...

Leopard

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By: Alain Benoit 50-gun ship of 1790, built by W. Rule at Sheerness Dockyard, England. Plank-on-frame model of pearwood, ebony, snakewood and various other woods....

Hibernia, H.M.S.

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By: ANTIQUE Models, NAPOLEONIC PRISONER-of-WAR Large bone antique model c. 1805 - 1815 H.M.S. Hibernia (Roman name for Ireland) launched Plymouth Dockyard in 1804 typified...

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...

Le Protector

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By: Derek Hunnisett Entitled ‘Mediterranean Rendezvous,’ this exquisite extreme miniature model depicts a 64-gun French Ship-of-the-Line under near full sail on the open sea. This...

Onondaga

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By: Bernd Braatz 1863 Civil War ironclad or double turreted monitor, Includes case Her hull was constructed entirely from iron at Continental Iron Wroks, Greenpoint,...

Rattlesnake

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By: Donald McNarry, FRSA This tranquil waterline portrait depicts this small gallant ship-rigged American privateer of 1781, having been built for a Salem, Massachusetts owner....

44-Gun Frigate

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By: ANTIQUE Models, NAPOLEONIC PRISONER-of-WAR The model is constructed with a wood core planked-over with bone all of which is pin fastened including the decking....

Fair American

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By: William H. Eisele Represents the 14-gun brig described as a Bermuda-built vessel, meaning either made in Bermuda or to Bermuda-sloop lines, about 1776, and...

Hazard

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By: Gary Krempian Plans for this typical 6-gun, Revolutionary War privateer brig, precursor of the famous “Baltimore clipper” design schooner, were based in large part...

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',...

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...

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