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  • The schooner America was designed by George Steers and built in William Brown's shipyard in 1851. Its name is still the most Important and celebrated in the history of world yachting. America under Dick Brown's command, pilot from New York, set out for England.

    $248.00
  • The brig Blue Shadow was built in 1778 for the America Navy. Equipped with 12 guns, it is characterized by the very high masting and by the amount of sails, in addition to the classic one, formed by the studding-sail and by the top-gallant studding-sail, both on the main and on the fore mast

    $248.00
  • Classic frigate, belonging to the French Navy at the end of the XVIII century. Equipped with 26 12-pound guns on the battery deck, besides 4 6-pound guns and 4 carronades of the main deck.

    $238.00
  • The origin of the Leudo are rather uncertain. According to suppositions probably having a content of truth, the Leudo comes from a type of medieval boat with two masts inclined towards the prow with lateen sails.

    $233.00
  • Marseille is a 1764 French schooner. Reconstruction carried out on original drawings of that time of a ship meant for shooting training. Equipped with 24 three-pound guns mounted on a special gun-carriage fixed on the board-side and with other 2 guns of retreat of the same gauge

    $222.00
  • Designed by G.L. Watson, the yacht Britannia was built at the request of Edward II, Prince of Wales at that time. It is considered by the English the most important and representative racing yacht of that time. It is difficult to conceive a drawing that makes its lines be considered old-fashioned.

    $219.00
  • The name of the Bounty, frigate of the British Navy, is indissolubly tied to its captain's Bligh and to vicissitudes which caused the crew to mutiny. The ship set out Spit head in December 1787, final destination Tahiti

  • The Hunter is a well equipped cutter, built for the British Navy in many, more or less similar copies, in the second half of the seventeenth century, to face the smugglers, who, incidentally, were the first to use this type of ship

    $217.00
  • The Lexington belonged to a small fleet of merchant ships, which were hastily converted into war ship in Philadelphia in 1775/77 during the war against England. Under captain John Barry's command the Lexington was successfully engaged in battle on April 7th, 1776 against the corvette Edward

    $214.00
  • The first Lemster barges were built in 1876 in the shipyard All Gebr. De Boera in Lemmer, Fiesland. The Lemster barge originally was a fishing vessel for use on the Northern part of the then sill open Zuiderzee, where during wind against tide often very foul seas developed

    $207.00
  • The brig SWIFT was built in the American colonies in 1776 and served in the British Navy between 1776 and 1778. It is supposed to have participated, among the vessels of small tonnage, in the American war of independence.

    $180.00
  • A long long time ago, Ben Franklin purchased a small French schooner. He manned the vessel with Portuguese sailors, but appointed an American captain. The ship was nearly invisible at night, as she was painted black above the waterline.

  • Built around the middle of the XVIII century from a drawing by Frederik Af Chapman, Gretel is a wonderful example of a pleasure-boat of that time. The interesting plan of sails granted certainly a good speed to the hull

    $130.00
  • Real steamboat with typical paddle-wheel sailing along the Mississippi river. It was used both for the conveyance of goods, mostly cotton coming from the vast plantations of the deep South, and for the conveyance of passengers in the great staging of show-boat.

    $109.00
  • Scale: 1/35 Length: 270mm, Height:90mm

    $104.95
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