American to WW2


US Navy 1920-1945. American forces matured in WW1, these ships were built on experience and once awoken the sleeping giants' resolve proved terrible indeed.
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of USS West Virginia in 1944 by Navis Neptun 1303. This model is in very good condition apart from 3 missing or loose 5" gun barrels on the starboard side, see photograph.
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A 1/1250 scale metal model of USS Wyoming as an AA training ship in 1944 by Neptun 1309A
£65.00
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£78.55
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A 1/1250 scale model of USS Commencement Bay by Navis Neptun 1320.

The Commencement Bays were a development of the Sangamons having the tanker hulls, uprated power plants and the island similar to the Saipans. The longer flight deck enabled them to be used with aircraft introduced after WW2 and Commencement Bay herself remained in the US Navy until 1971.
£63.00
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(Product Ref 61815)
Quincy was sunk at the Battle of Guadalcanal in 1942.
£55.75
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£57.50
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A 1/1250 scale second-hand waterline model of USS Denis J. Buckley, a destroyer of the Sumner class by Navis Neptun 1360. This model is wearing a camouflage pattern more typical of 1944 when she entered service but with large numerals on the bow and a radar fit more typical of the 1950s, see photograph.
£24.00
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(Product Ref 113426)
Probably the best all round destroyer design of the time!
£26.95
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£24.75
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£11.00
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(Product Ref 97391)
The flagship of Admiral Don P. Moon on D-Day and manned by the USCG, she served as an Attack Transport, Hospital Ship and Command Ship off the beaches until 25th June.
£49.25
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(Product Ref 64851)
This destroyer was originally mastered using rapid prototype technology - directly from computer 3-D drawings.
£29.00
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(Product Ref 69464)
A 1/1250 scale secondhand model of USS Alaska officially a large cruiser by Argonaut A1204. The model is in good original condition, see photograph.
£48.00
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(Product Ref 105120)
The battleship USS Utah had been de-militarised under the terms of the Washington Treaty of 1922 and became a Pacific Fleet Target Ship. She was at Pearl Harbor in December 1941 and was attacked and sunk by Japanese aircraft.
£12.00
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(Product Ref 96392)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of USS President Hayes, a C3-type wartime-built attack transport APA.20 during WW2 by CM Miniaturen CM-P1094.
£56.25
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(Product Ref 105389)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of USS Griffin AS13 submarine tender in 1943. The model is in overall grey.

USS Griffin was a C3-cargo vessel ex-Momacpenn aquired for the US Navy in late 1940
£57.75
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(Product Ref 104147)
A 1/1250 scale model of USS Haven AH.12 a purpose-built hospital ship from 1945 by CM Miniaturen CM-P1104.
£64.00
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A 1/1250 scale second-hand waterline model of USS Alaska CB1 by Delphin D28. This model is in excellent condition but appears to have been re-painted in Navis Neptun Z21 medium grey to conform with a collection of Neptun US warships, see photograph.
£38.00
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(Product Ref 112347)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of USS New Jersey BB62 by Delphin D60. The model is in excellent condition and is finished in Navis Neptun Z21 medium grey paint, see photograph.
£40.00
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(Product Ref 112351)
A 1/1250 scale second hand model of USS Alaska by Delphin D28. The model is in very good condition with aircraft on both catapults, see photograph.
£32.00
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(Product Ref 109797)
A 1/1250 scale secondhand model of USS California BB.44 in 1941 by Delphin in good original condition but with some bent gun barrels on both forward turrets. See photograph.
£20.00
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(Product Ref 105015)
£6.00
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A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of USS Commencement Bay CVE 105 which was probably made by HDS number M44. The model is cast in metal and carefully painted and is in good condition overall, see photograph.
£22.00
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(Product Ref 110427)
A 1/1200 scale secondhand model which appears to be a much modified metal model of USS Wyoming. The hull is probably by Superior, the guns come from other metal models and the superstructures are a mixture of components and scratch built parts. The end result is effective and the model would benefit further by some extra detail painting. See photograph.
£25.00
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(Product Ref 105138)
A 1/1200 scale second-hand metal model of minelayer USS Terror. The model is in good condition and has been re-painted in a camouflage pattern, see photograph. The original maker has incised the name on the starboard quarter, so it is a "recognition" model.
£10.00
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(Product Ref 108448)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of USS Oregon City CA.122 in 1946 by Optatus OPT-S20. This secondhand model is in very good original condition with thegrey over navy blue camouflage schemeapplied as the standard factory finish. Sistership USS Albany entered naval service on the same day in overall grey.
£60.00
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(Product Ref 106660)

A 1/1250 scale model of USS Nitro, AE 2, an Ammunition carrier for the US fleet in WW2

£40.00
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(Product Ref 88982)

Built by New York Shipbuilding from 1913-15, she served mostly in the Atlantic and supported US destroyers based in Ireland, Iceland and SW Britain.

£34.00
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(Product Ref 88983)
A superdetailed model of the old armoured cruiser (ex-New York, ex- Saratoga) in her later years. She was scuttled in the entrance to the channel to delay the Japanese advance into the Philippines in 1942.
£40.00
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(Product Ref 91781)
USS Oglala was built as an express freighter in 1908. She was purchased by the USN and laid the WW1 North Sea barrage in 1918 as USS Shawmut. From 1920-28 she was an aviation tender. Re-named Oglala, she was flagship, Mine Div. 1 at Pearl Harbor and was sunk during the Japanese attack in Dec. 1941. Raised & repaired, becoming ARG-1, she served in the Central Pacific from 1943-45.
£34.00
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(Product Ref 97758)
Built for the US Shipping Board 1918-19 as "Yamill" and transferred to the Navy in 1921 she served in the Pacific. En-route to Pearl Harbor in December 1941, she was not damaged in the Japanese attack. Later she went on to supply forces in the Aleutians & New Caledonia.
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(Product Ref 97755)
Served in the Atlantic until March 1945 and then was based at Pearl harbor for the rest of WW2. Sistership was USS Arctic, SMY24, for appearance at the start of WW2.
£37.00
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(Product Ref 97804)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of USS Spica AK.16. Built in 1919 for the US Shipping Board as Shannock, she was transferred to the USN in 1921 and renamed Spica. She was laid up in reserve until 1940 and the guns were not fitted until 1940. She was assigned to Alaska in 1940 until 1943 and provided support for the recapture of Attu Island. Thereafter, she covered the area from Seattle to Hawaii, Funafuti and Kwajalein until the end of WW2 
£42.00
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(Product Ref 103317)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the US submarine tender Bushnell AS.2. First commissioned in 1915 she was sent with a submarine group to Queenstown now Cobh to help the allies. At the end of WW1, she escorted captured German submarines across the Atlantic to the US & Canada. Until 1931, she operated in the Caribbean and then moved to the Pacific. Searched for survivors of the airship Macron in 1935 and became a hydrographic survey vessel AG.23 Sumner in 1937.
£45.00
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(Product Ref 103319)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of USS Rigel as a destroyer depot ship in 1938 rig. Built for the US shipping board in 1918 and converted to AD.13 in 1922 home ported in San Diego. She was under conversion to a base repair ship at Pearl Harbour without superstructure when the Japanese attacked and she was slightly damaged but completed in February 1942 as AR.11 Rigel
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(Product Ref 103320)
Built in 1919 for the Atlantic Fleet, she was transferred to the Pacific Fleet in 1922. In 1933, she was struck by the biggest rouge wave ever recordered (112ft or 34m). In December 1941, she was at Pearl Harbor (undamaged during the Japanese attack). After two trips to Bora-Bora, she spent the rest of the war on the Aleutians run. Decommissioned in 1946.
£55.00
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(Product Ref 97806)
Built in 1928 to a design based on the German U-cruisers of WW1 but with a bulbous bow. In 1942, she was converted to act as a transport submarine and was sunk in 1943.
£21.75
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(Product Ref 97756)
Built in 1928 as a trawler (MV Shawmut) and converted to a minesweeper in 1940 and commissioned in May 1941. Based at Staten Island as flagship, Division 1 of Inshore Patrolling Force. Sold back to original owners in 1945 & renamed Batavia.
£15.00
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(Product Ref 97801)

MV Penobscot was taken over and converted to a minesweeper in Winslow, WA completing in March 1941. Re-classified IX-195 in 1944 and used as a transport in the Aleutians. Decommissioned in August 1945 and became mercantile Bering Sea.

£15.00
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(Product Ref 97802)
Commissioned in 1924 as the first "Fleet Submarine" in the US Navy. Decommissioned in 1937, she was re-activated for service in WW2 and completed 6 wartime patrols in the Pacific without contact with the enemy. Sold for scrapping in 1945.
£16.50
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(Product Ref 60115)

Hospital ship USS Bountiful (ex-USS Henderson) was a conversion of a transport in1944. She served in the Pacific until 1946 when she was withdrawn and scrapped. This is a sharply cast model by Spider Navy for Saratoga Model Dockyard. USS Henderson is also available from Antics.

£103.00
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(Product Ref 98569)
A 1/1250 scale model of the former submarine tender, Bushnell, became a Hydrographic Survey vessel in 1937 and was re-named "Sumner". She was at Pearl Harbor Submarine Base during the Japanese attack & shot down a plane & assisted damaged ships. Thereafter, she surveyed occupied islands in pacific for landing sites etc. before US troops were landed and in May 1946, went to Bikini Atol for preparations for A-bomb tests. Sold for scrap in 1948.
£40.00
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(Product Ref 97809)

New for 2015!
Built in Sunderland, Co. Durham, in 1898 as a collier, the SS Joseph Holland, she was aquired by the US Navy during the Spanish American war as an auxiliary cruiser. She bombarded Spanish positions at the Battle of Fajardo. She remained in service after that war as a collier but in 1911 joined the survey squadron and undertook work for the opening of the Panama Canal.
In 1917, she undertook patrol work in the Atlantic and in 1918 became a tender for submarine chasers in Plymouth (UK). On returning to USA, she was re-designated a miscellaneous auxilliary, AG 1 (as modelled).
Deuring WW2, she was based on a de-gaussing range in Chesapeake Bay and from March 1945-1966 was used as a bombing target. American Mariner was sunk next to Hannibal as a new target from 1966 but the name Hannibal is still used! 

£40.00
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(Product Ref 98244)

A 1/1250 scale metal model of USS Bowditch, a survey vessel (ex- Santa Inez of Grace Lines & sister of WW Burrows, AP 6 - see SMY 58). Surveyed East Coast, Newfoundland to Cuba in 1940-41 & Panama, Columbia & Equador inc. Galapagos. Became ASG 4 in 1943 & surveyed Kwajalein, Saipan & Okinawa for invasions. Bikini  for A-test surveys; decommissioned 1947 & scrapped, 1959.

£55.50
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(Product Ref 89131)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the USS Capella used as a cargo ship for the Navy.
£82.00
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(Product Ref 103393)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of USS Black Hawk AD.9 by Saratoga Model Dockyard SMY71.
£75.50
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A 1/1250 scale metal model of Genesee requesitioned from the Philadelphia and Reading Railway in 1917 for service in WW1.
£25.25
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(Product Ref 103394)

The US Navy LSM (R) was a rocket firing LSM landing ship designed to bombard defenders as the landing craft approaced the beach. This modification of an LSM has not been available with this level of detail before now. This model carries its pennant number, bow and stern.

£24.00
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(Product Ref 98717)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of USS Long Island, CVE 1, by Spidernavy SN 2-04. Lond Island was the first escort carrier built in the USA and differed from subsequent designs by having a flight deck that ended short of the bow and with a long open area under the flight deck forward.
£89.50
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(Product Ref 105667)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of USS Mindanao AGR.3 in 1944 by Spidernavy SN 2-06. Mindanao was a Liberty ship converted for the Navy in 1943 to repair internal combustion engines.
£88.50
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(Product Ref 109318)
A 1/1200 scale second-hand metal model of a Cimarron-class US oiler in very good condition, see photograph.
£24.00
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(Product Ref 114071)

The most famous  US WW2 aircraft carrier in a stunning camouflage pattern (1944-45).

£135.00
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(Product Ref 83723)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of USS Pine Island by Trident T213. This model is in very good condition and the communication aerial suggests that the ship has been modelled in 1960 condition, see photograph.
£32.00
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A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of USS Salerno Bay CVE.100 by Trident Alpha Ta10347. This model is in excellent original condition, see photograph.
£40.00
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A 1/1250 scale second-hand metal model of USS Casablanca maker not known, see photograph
£18.00
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A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of Jonas Ingram, a Sumner class destroyer around 1946 by Wiking WM531US. This model has dark grey decks and "938" decals on the bow and is in good condition with a replacement plastic mainmast, see photograph.
£18.00
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(Product Ref 113425)
During the Japanese attack on the US Pacific Fleet in Pearl Harbor in December 1941, Oklahoma was moored outboard on the double line of warships on Battleship Row. Hit by more than 4 torpedos, she capsized and sank on her mooring. The painted resin model shows the upturned hull as she came to rest with her superstructure resting on the seabed.
£12.00

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(Product Ref 96393)
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(Product Ref 80942)

A 1/1250 scale secondhand model of USS Iowa by Navis Neptun 1300. This model is in excellent condition in the medium gray used on all US ship models prior to adopting the slightly lighter greenish grey colour of the new models today.

The Iowas were effectively lengthened Washingtons, giving them the speed to escort Fleet Aircraft Carriers.

£56.00

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(Product Ref 64811)
After the Japansese Batteship Yamato had been sunk, The American Uss Missouiri  became the large battleship in 1945,  It is now preserved in Pearl Harbour in Hawai
£89.00

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(Product Ref 64814)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of USS South Dakota in 1944 by Navis Neptun 1301A. This model is in very good original condition with the exception of two missing gun barrels from the secondary 5" turrets, see photograph.

Following the damage when she suffered a complete electicity failure and got a pasting from the Japanese fleet, she was re-built as a Command Ship with the distinctive mainmast.
£50.00

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(Product Ref 64819)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of USS Indiana by Navis Neptun 1301B. The model is in good condition but has been re-painted into Navis Neptun Z21 grey from the original factory grey when this model was made, see photograph.
£44.00

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(Product Ref 64820)
£73.00

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(Product Ref 64822)
The three battleships of this class were all damaged to different extents during WW2 and were re-built to different plans.
£61.00

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(Product Ref 64823)
£67.75

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£63.50

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£62.75

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Arizona was waring this paint scheme when she was sunk at Pearl Harbor on 7th December 1941 during the Japanese attack.

£62.50

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(Product Ref 83709)
Nevada was the only Battleship to attempt a breakout from Pearl Harbor during the attack but she had to be beached to avoid blocking the channel!
£66.00

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(Product Ref 62822)
BB-34 spent the early years of WW2 in the Atlantic and was fitted with numerous 5" guns in addition to her 14" main armament. Duties during 1944 included training gunners for battleships and destroyer escorts in Chesapeake Bay and making training cruises to the Caribbean but she transferred to the Pacific in 1944, surviving the A-bomb tests in 1946 but sinking in Pearl Harbor in 1948!
£62.50

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(Product Ref 84857)
Her sistership, Wyoming, had been converted to a trials ship, leaving Arkansas to soldier on in the Atlantic and at D-Day and finally to end up being used for A-bomb testing!
£65.00

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(Product Ref 64903)

New in 2014! There were many variations in the Essex class. CV15 had the long hull of Ticonderoga and a clipper bow to mount 2x twin 40mm clear of the forward flight deck, twin flight deck catapults and extra 20mm along lengthened sponsons on the sides. All of these features are represented on this new model. There are no 40mm on sponsons to starboard on this model and although she was fitted with them later but they were removed before lay-up after the end of WW2.

£96.20

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(Product Ref 89714)
After Pearl Harbor, the Americans wanted more carriers quickly and converted cruiser hulls already building until the Essex Class Fleet Carriers could enter service. In practice, both carrier classes entered service around the same time!
£62.25

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(Product Ref 60087)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of USS Enterprise CV.6 in 1944 by Navis Neptun 1314A. This model is in as new condition in its original box
£72.00

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(Product Ref 87151)
£85.00

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(Product Ref 95008)

This is a 1/1250 scale model in metal of the USS Lexington, CV2, in 1942, modelled in the condition that she fought and was sunk at the Battle of the Coral Sea. She has just returned to the fleet from a modernisation which should have replaced the 8" deck guns with 5" dual purpose guns, as was done with her sister, USS Saratoga. The 8" were removed but only light AA guns were fitted and she went to sea without the 5" and she was sunk before the 5" guns could be fitted.

£106.00

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(Product Ref 83722)
If you want a model of Saratoga at the start of WW2, choose a model of Lexington (Neptun 1316).
£99.00

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(Product Ref 70293)
Converted from a Fleet Collier, she was the first aircraft carrier with transverse arrestor wires.
£64.00

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(Product Ref 67186)
A conversion of the first US aircraft carrier (see Neptun 1318).
£67.00

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(Product Ref 87619)
Designed and built during WW2 but commissioned at the end of the war, Midway went on to serve throughout the cold war. First modelled by Navis in 2009, she is modelled as built.
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(Product Ref 77136)
Neat model to usual Navis high standard of a typical US escort carrier.
£59.50

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(Product Ref 88839)
This ship was intended for the Royal Navy (hence the name) but was retained in the western Atlantic for Fleet Air Arm pilot training.
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(Product Ref 65163)
Built in 1939 as Rio de la Plata for Moore-McCormack Line and converted to an escort carrier, she was commissioned as HMS Charger under the Lease-Lend Agreement in March 1942. After service in the Royal Navy, she was returned to the United States and became USS Charger in December 1942 and served as a training carrier for the rest of the war. In 1948, she was bought by V-ships and became the Fairsea running from Naples to Melbourne for the Sitmar Line until 1969.
£61.00

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(Product Ref 70839)
Designed to counter 12" gunned Japanese ships which were never built, the two completed ships were used as Carrier AA escorts and laid up soon after the war ended.
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(Product Ref 64828)
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£57.00

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(Product Ref 61864)
£51.00

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(Product Ref 80026)
£55.75

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(Product Ref 88750)
Sunk whilst returning from delivering an atomic bomb to Tinian for the raid on Hiroshima!
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(Product Ref 70069)
Sistership to the infamous USS Indianapolis, in late WW2 condition.
£51.00

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(Product Ref 70070)
A late war version of these heavy cruisers with new radars, extra AA guns and an aircraft catapult removed.
£51.00

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(Product Ref 89663)
Displacing more than some heavy cruisers, they relied on large numbers of rapid firing 6" & 5" guns to overcome under protected heavy cruisers.
£55.00

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(Product Ref 80028)

Excellent model of a US light cruiser if that is a correct description for a 10000 ton ship boasting a tremendous outfit of AA guns as well as 12 x 6" main. By this stage american cruisers carried an excellent radar set up and mainly provided terrific firepower back up to the fleet. 

£57.50

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(Product Ref 88838)
Only two of these single-funnel variants were completed. Both went into reserve within three years and were never re-activated before withdrawal.
£57.50

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(Product Ref 82002)
A 1/1250 scale model of a Cleveland-class cruiser painted in overall dark grey but with wood-coloured decks, see photograph. This is a Navis Neptun factory original paint finish with the box labelled 1340P and is probably a unique model.
£69.50

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(Product Ref 110293)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of USS Atlanta in 1942 by Navis Neptun 1341.
£48.00

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(Product Ref 55170)
The members of this class had an active war and were sold on to minor navies afterwards. General Belgrano (ex-Phoenix) was sunk by HMS Conqueror in 1982!
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(Product Ref 67187)
£57.50

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(Product Ref 61896)
£57.50

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(Product Ref 61893)
£57.50

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(Product Ref 85671)
An early American attempt to design a Light Cruiser for the Pacific. Several of this class were at Pearl Harbor when the Japanese attacked and USS Raleigh was damaged. This model is of the class leader at the start of WW2.
£41.00

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(Product Ref 64454)
£22.50

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(Product Ref 83284)
£22.50

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(Product Ref 83285)
£22.50

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(Product Ref 83286)
Navis capture the spirit of these small US Navy escort destroyers quite well. Rudderow was a 24 knot speed, 1450 ton displacement ship that was armed with 2 x 5" main guns guns, a 'hedgehog' forward throwing anti submarine mortar plus a number of smaller cannons and machine guns.
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(Product Ref 85597)
Tacoma didn't carry the 5" main guns so favoured by US destroyers at the time.
£22.50

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(Product Ref 84476)
Essentially a stretched Sumner type, both classes continued to give long and active service in post war years in various guises (see the Fram conversions) and in many Allied navies.
£26.95

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(Product Ref 81777)
£26.95

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(Product Ref 83714)
The Benson class were built in two forms. Livermore was the name ship of the heavier (by 50 tons) version and she is modelled as built in 1941.
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(Product Ref 65504)
Benson, the name ship for a large class of Destroyers is modelled here in late war condition with her 5th 5" gun removed in favour of a large AA battery. Livermore shows how Benson would have looked when new!
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(Product Ref 65505)
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(Product Ref 97644)
Blue was on picket duty at the Battle of Savo yet failed to detect the approaching Japanese warships.....

A good die-cast model of this Bagley class destroyer that was sunk off Guagacanal.
£24.75

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(Product Ref 87505)
£24.75

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(Product Ref 97643)
£26.95

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(Product Ref 64457)
Typical of the Destroyers built before WW2, this is an "as built" version of members of this class.
£24.75

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(Product Ref 80686)
£26.95

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(Product Ref 64456)
£36.75

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(Product Ref 88903)
Built at the start of WW2, these destroyers were heavily modified as the war progressed making many sub-classes.
£30.30

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(Product Ref 69454)

A secondhand model in reasonable condition but with paint chips on guns and deck.

£24.75

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(Product Ref 60893)
£13.50

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(Product Ref 60934)
£20.00

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(Product Ref 71300)
These "Large Slow Targets" saw service with most of the Allied Navies during the European Landings.
£20.00

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(Product Ref 70840)
One of the larger ships designed to land directly on the beaches with mechanised armour.
£10.00

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(Product Ref 71301)
£7.00

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(Product Ref 70294)
£7.00

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(Product Ref 70295)
Neptun model nearly all types of Allied Landing Craft from WW2. Most of the models have US codes but are equally suitable as Royal Navy ships.
£7.00

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(Product Ref 70296)
£7.00

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(Product Ref 70841)
£7.00

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(Product Ref 96505)
Neptun model nearly all types of Allied Landing Craft from WW2. Most of the models have US codes but are equally suitable as Royal Navy ships.
£6.00

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(Product Ref 70297)
Tenders such as these were able to service and re-fuel flying boats in isolated locations in the Pacific.
£17.00

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(Product Ref 64850)
She could carry 1450 soldiers and up to 25 Landing Craft to within striking distance of enemy held beaches.
£49.25

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(Product Ref 64852)
Although fitted with 5" guns forward, the crew couldn't have been happy at the thought of "attacking"!
£56.60

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(Product Ref 64855)
The standard, rapidly-built freighter of WW2 produced by Henry Kaiser to help the Allied war effort. The USA could build these ships faster than the Axis submarines could sink them....
£41.50

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(Product Ref 92887)
One of the grey ships that kept the troops suplied as the US island hopped!
£41.50

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(Product Ref 79034)

New for 2013! A highly detailed model of a purpose-built repair ship of the US Navy. Vulan served in the Mediterranean in 1943 before transferring to the Pacific. As usual for this type of ship she served for very many years after WW2

£57.00

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(Product Ref 83734)
£55.00

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(Product Ref 74703)
New for 2009! Designed to provide all the racilities needed to keep seaplanes flying throughout the Pacific, Currituck is modelled in 1944 condition. Sistership Curtis was involved with rescue work in Pearl Harbour in December 1941.
£65.00

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(Product Ref 80687)
1396A a Navis Neptun 1/1250th sacle diecast model of USS Tangier AV8 an American 1944 seaplane tender, Another Pearl Harbor ship
£57.00

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(Product Ref 84859)
New for 2012! The only purpose-built US minelayer of WW2.
£44.00

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(Product Ref 92353)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the USCGC Campell. Built in 1936 for the coastguard service, in WW2 the cutters came under the control of the US Navy and were painted grey or camouflaged.
£23.00

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(Product Ref 64858)
£12.50

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(Product Ref 64859)
As Roosevelt was President, perhaps this Gun Boat offered a New Deal!
£12.50

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(Product Ref 64862)
Secondhand models in very good original condition.

These ships were used for coastal escort duties during WW2.
£9.95

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(Product Ref 64864)
Prohibition may have been the reason that the 10 ships of this class were built but they came in useful as convoy escorts in WW2.
£20.00

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(Product Ref 79126)
£3.50

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(Product Ref 61236)
£12.60

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(Product Ref 99944)
£13.00

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(Product Ref 68928)
Having been re-fitted to carry cruise missiles, the old battleships were deployed to the Mediterranean and the Gulf.
£88.00

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(Product Ref 61557)
New for 2010! Another of the Iowa class as missile carriers showing the many differences to the previously issued Wisconsin.
£86.00

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(Product Ref 85070)
Navis Neptun's 2302 a 1/1250th scale diecast model of USS Iowa as preserved in Los Angeles in 2014
£92.00

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(Product Ref 97648)
NEW for 2008! After WW2, the USA had surplus hulls that had seen little use. Over the next 20 years, many were converted to test new weapons systems, in the case of Northampton, fully automatic guns.
£67.50

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(Product Ref 73333)
New for Christmas 2010! Probably the last new model of the year from Navis Neptun.
£120.35

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(Product Ref 85900)
£80.00

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(Product Ref 59584)
£79.00

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(Product Ref 68929)

Only 3 of these batch 3 AA cruisers were completed and this wasn't until after the end of WW2, so weren't really needed and obsolescent even on entering service, spending most of their time in reserve prior to withdrawal in the mid 1950s.

£44.00

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(Product Ref 75266)

This new Navis Neptun model (Summer 2015) is another top quality model of the lead ship of the Oregon City class of heavy cruisers, laid down in 1944 and commissioned 1946. There were three ships in the class, with a fourth, Northampton being completed as a command ship.


 


£60.00

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(Product Ref 97976)

This USS Helena, a Baltimore class crusier, was launched in 1945 and served with distinction in the Korean war.

£66.00

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(Product Ref 69459)
New in 2011! A rapid-firing 8" gun was designed during WW2 and the 3 ships of the Des Moines class were built to take it to sea to test its effectiveness. The result was the most powerful gun-armed cruiser class ever!
£69.50

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(Product Ref 86970)
£34.00

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(Product Ref 28493)
The Neptun model of the year for those who want something a bit different!
£63.35

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(Product Ref 77137)

A 1/1250 scale, fully finished and painted model of Chitose, a Kasagi-class protected cruiser of 1889. Both ships of this class were present at the Battle of Tsushima in the Russo-Japanese war.

£42.75

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(Product Ref 101441)

A superdetailed, 1/1250 model of USS Arizona with an enhanced paint finish including painted decks. The model represents Arizona, as built. Arizona was sent to Britain just after the armistice was declared at the end of WW1 and her sistership, Pennsylvania, BB38, followed later to bring President Wilson to the peace talks. 

£66.50

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(Product Ref 88989)
£42.00

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(Product Ref 89323)
The Battleship USS Oregon, a veteran of the Battle of Santiago, was preserved as a war memorial after WW1. After the Pearl Harbor attack, she was offered back to the Nation for further service. 
£36.00

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(Product Ref 68974)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Pelias AS14 a C3-cargo ship converted to a submarine tender shortly before the US entered WW2. Sistership to USS Griffin, Pelias is modelled in 1944 with many additional fittings and an extra deck forward compared to her sistership. The model is in overall grey.
£57.75

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(Product Ref 104151)
New model in 2013! A missing link from US Coastguard ships, the model is in overall grey and fully armed as for coastal escort duties in WW2.
£21.50

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(Product Ref 95209)
£71.00

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(Product Ref 96947)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of USS Bostwick by Hansa S13. This model isin very good condition and has been camouflage painted in blue overall with the mainmast reduced to provide all round AA fire later in WW2, see photograph
£10.00

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(Product Ref 114203)

New for 2015! Designed and made as a deck load for the 1/1250 scale Saratoga model of USS Jason, wich was used as a floatplane tender during the 1920s until 1932. This is an unpainted metal model to be finished by the purchaser. 

£5.95

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(Product Ref 98243)
Antares arrived at Pearl Harbor 2 hours before the Japanese attacked on 7th December 1941. She saw the midget submarine which was attacked and sunk by the USS Ward. For the remainder of the war, Antares was used as a logistics transport.
£36.00

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(Product Ref 97760)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of USS Salinas AO.19. Salinas was taken up as an oiler in 1921 but the armament was only fitted in 1941. Based in the Atlantic until 1944 before being transferred to Seattle and on to Alaska until 1946.
£33.00

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(Product Ref 103314)
Fitted to work with the US navy airship Shenandoah, she also acted as the support vessel for the delivery of the US navy airship Los Angeles from the Zeppelin factory builders in Germany.
£55.50

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(Product Ref 65103)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the troopship, USS Chaumont. Built in 1921 she was transferred to the USN as AP.5 at the end of 1921 and thereafter was used throughout the northern Pacific region until WW2 broke out. On 7th December, Chaumont was diverted from Manila to Australia via Suva & Fiji then returned via New Zealand & Balboa before returning to the Seattle to Pearl Harbor run. In 1943 she was converted to a hospital ship, USS Samaritan until the end of WW2
£39.00

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(Product Ref 103318)
Although Curtiss was present in Pearl Harbor during the Japanese attack in December 1941, she is modelled here after repairs in overall navy blue camouflage which she wore after repairs in 1942 until the end of the war.
£66.00

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(Product Ref 97762)
The first US purpose-built troop transport built 1917 with a shallow draft to enable landings to be made. Operated in WW1 on 8 journeys to France. In 1941, left Pearl Harbor shortly before Japanese attack and arrived safely to San Francisco. Made 20+ voyages in the Pacific until converted to hospital ship USS Bountiful in 1943.
£46.00

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(Product Ref 97805)
The US gunboat sunk by Japanese bombers after the occupation of Nanking in December 1937.
£30.00

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(Product Ref 92143)
New for 2013! This class of submarine was designed in WW1 but many remained in service throughout WW2, accounting for many Japanese ships between them. S-38 sank two (plus Hydra II - Norwegian - by mistake!). Sunk as a target near San Diego in 1945.
£10.00

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(Product Ref 95052)

Designed as a Seatrain ferry, the ship was talen over when building to become a transport ship for tanks for the Operation Torch landings in North Africa. She made several tank deliveries for the Noth Africa campaign and then was handed over to the Army in 1943 for the rest of WW2, before being retuned to her owners. She also served in the Korean War and, once again in private ownership, was scrapped in 1957.

£58.00

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(Product Ref 95405)
Originally a transport, she was converted to an airship tender in 1922 and an aircraft tender from 1925-32. After a spell in the Caribean, was moved to San Diego in 1939 (as modelled). 7th December 1941 was in transit to Pearl Harbor from Midway (undamaged). Worked out of Pearl Harbor until 1944 and became Headquarters ship, Service Squadron 7, operating in the Philippenes. Renamed San Clemente in 1945 (name went to new CVL). Scrapped 1948.
£45.00

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(Product Ref 97807)
Built in 1929 as liner Santa Rita for New York-Valparaiso run. Bought 1939 by USN.
7th December 1941 en route to Wake Island and was damaged at Johnton Atoll on 13th December but escaped. Refitted as modelled in 1942 & was at Guadalcanal, Fiji, Espiritu Santo, Tutuila, Kwajalein, Eniwetok, Saipan and was base ship at Guam until Spring 1945. Okinawa & occupation of Japan followed and she was laid up in 1946 & scrapped in 1947.
£42.00

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(Product Ref 97808)
New for 2015!
Completed in 1926, the third fleet submarine built for the US Navy.
In 1940, she patrolled in the Pacific off Panama but in 1942 she was converted to a cargo submarineand was used mostly for training for the rest of WW2. Sold for scrapping in October 1945.
£18.25

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(Product Ref 98245)
A 1/1250 scale metal waterline model of the hospital ship Solace. This ship was the passenger ship, SS Iraquois which was modified as a hospital ship in 1940. She was serving with the US Pacific fleet based at Pearl Harbour in December 1941 and it was from her after deck that one of the doctors on board filmed the attack on Pearl Harbour including footage of the explosion of the foward magazine of the battleship USS Arizona.
£92.00

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(Product Ref 101716)

New for 2015!
Jason was completed as a fleet collier in 1913 with motorised conveyors to speed re-fuelling of warships (see USS Jupiter). From April-July 1918 she delivered aviation materials to Scotland. In 1920, she was designated AC 12 and took aircraft & equipment to Guam. In 1925,  she was tender to the Asiatic Fleet's aircraft based in the Philippines but was not designated AV 2 until 1930 and she returned to the USA in 1932 and this model with Martin T3M2 floatplanes (see SMY-F4) accurately represents the period 1925-32.

£127.00

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(Product Ref 98239)

New model of this WW2 minelayer. Salem was a ferry that was taken up by the US Navy firstly as a minelayer and then as net laying vessel. Built by William Cramp and Sons as SS Joseph R Parrot, during WW1, after service with the USN during WW2 was returned to the original owners after the end of WW2 and given her original name back.

£51.00

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(Product Ref 99438)

A 1/1250 scale metal model of USS Curlew (ex-Kittiwake), AM69, an ocean minesweeper.

£20.75

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(Product Ref 60894)

A 1/1250 scale model of a fishing boat conversion to minesweeper, USS Kite (ex- Holy Cross) in 1941. She was withdrawn from service in March 1945 as new purpose-built craft entered service.

£18.25

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(Product Ref 98714)

New for 2015!
Made from a 3-D printed master model and with hollow, metal cage masts, this must be one of the finest 1/1250 scale metal models ever made.
Later in the 1930s, Idaho & her sisteships, New Mexico & Mississippi were extensively modified and the  cage masts were replaced by tripod & pole masts (see the Neptun models).

£102.00

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(Product Ref 98240)
A 1/1250 scale metal waterline model of Uss Florida, BB30, in 1929. The model has a float plane on the catapult mounted on the midships turret. The original mainmast with its after main armament director had to be removed from the ship to fit the catapult and a pole mast was fitted instead. The London Treaty prevented the further modification to upgrade Florida & her sister Utah by increasing the maximum elevation of the main guns and so Florida was withdrawn and scrapped and Utah became a target ship as the treaty came into effect.
£92.50

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(Product Ref 101717)
£88.95

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(Product Ref 95830)
A 1/1250 scale model of an LSM (R) landing craft, no.409, able to provide fire support by rockets and gunfire on the approach to a landing beach. This version of a LSM(R) is correct for 1969
£26.50

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(Product Ref 99568)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the destroyer tender USS Piedmont AD.17 in 1944.
£93.25

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(Product Ref 103294)
£84.95

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(Product Ref 95832)
New for 2013! An Appalachian-class Command ship providing Headquarters facilities and fighter air control for amphibious operations.
£80.00

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(Product Ref 95049)
A typical Attack Cargo Ship of type C2-S-B1, from WW2 (AKA 15-20, AKA 53-63 & AKA 88-100). 
£80.00

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(Product Ref 97009)
After WW2, many of the escort destroyers were modernised to cope with the threat of Soviet submarines  based on the fast German type XXI.
£25.00

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(Product Ref 96132)
£105.00

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(Product Ref 66659)
This was the pattern worn by Hornet at the time of the Doolittle Raid and of her sinking!
£107.00

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(Product Ref 66658)
The T prefix denotes that this die-cast waterline model is in a disruptive camouflage scheme to protect against submarine attack, although the illustration shows a plain grey finish..
£89.75

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(Product Ref 72026)
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