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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...

50-Gun Frigate

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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...

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...

Experiment

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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...

Gunboat No.156

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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...

Hibernia (HYBERNIA)

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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....

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...

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...

By Philip S. Reed Baltimore Clipper circa 1812, privateer, under full sail. An American classic hull design which proved so successful that many were sold...

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...

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...

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...

Wasp

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

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',...

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