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Blue Shadow American Brig 1778 - 1:64 Scale - MV22
Blue Shadow American Brig 1778 - 1:64 Scale - MV22
Ref: 7467
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.

Plank on frame hull construction (double planked)
Scale 1:64
Length 695mm


Price:149.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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HMS Victory. Nelson's Flagship - 1:150 Scale - MV27
HMS Victory. Nelson's Flagship - 1:150 Scale - MV27
Ref: 7472
The first rank vessel H.M.S. Victory, with 104 guns, was launched at Chatham in 1765. It was in service for a long time under the command of famous admirals. Its name was indissolubly tied to Nelson’s in the battle of Trafalgar in 1805. It is the boast of the of the English Navy and is still preserved at Portsmouth.The choice of the scale 1:90 in the reconstruction of such an important model offers the twofold advantage to adopt planning solutions open even to the less experienced modeller and to construct without excessive difficulties a compact model. Large use has been made of precious wood moulded according to the form requested by the original. The molten metal port-holes allow a perfect execution of the openings for the guns and it is not necessary to bore the planking. No plastic or plastic wood parts are used. The structure of the quarter-deck is all wood and on it are applied various molten metal decorations.

Plank on frame hull construction (double planked)
Scale 1:90
Length 1116mm
Part No: MV27


Price:524.40 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Rattlesnake American Privateer 1779 - 1:64 Scale - MV36
Rattlesnake American Privateer 1779 - 1:64 Scale - MV36
Ref: 7481
The privateer ship Rattlesnake was built at Plymouth, Massachusetts, in 1779 or 1780, allegedly to designs by John Peck. At various times it carried from 14 to 20 guns and its complement consisted of 85 men. It was captured off the American coasts in 1781 by the British 44-gun ship Assurance. It was taken to England, where it was renamed Cormorant and its lines were drawn. With its reduced dead rise and its very sharp fore lines the Rattlesnake must have been very fast. It had a detached forecastle and quarterdeck, linked by removable gangways, unshipped during the battles.

Scale 1:64
Length 697mm
Height 463mm


Price:218.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Mamoli Santa Maria. The Columbus Flagship 1492 - 1:50 Scale - MV42
Mamoli Santa Maria. The Columbus Flagship 1492 - 1:50 Scale - MV42
Ref: 7487
What were the ships of the great discovery of the New World like? Tradition always speaks of three caravels, a sort of swift ship with a light hull, several masts and sorts of sails. Scholars advise that, in reality, Columbu’s fleet consisted of 2 caravels, Nina and Pinta, and of a “Nao”, Santa Maria, a sort of boat with 3 masts, 2 square sails and a lateen one, provided with a foredeck, that makes it rather belonging to the class of the carracks. However, the small sizes of Santa Maria must not deceive: the strong construction, together with the nautical knowledge of the time and with the perception of the great sailor allowed such a great enterprise. 1492, a historical date known all over the world.

Scale 1:50
Length 780mm
Height 578mm


Price:271.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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