British to WW2

Royal Navy 1920-1945. Last of the battleships, rise of the carriers. Royal Navy treaty-limited ships from the 1920s and 30s through to war-winning convoy escorts, destroyers and support group sloops.
Otherwise known as the "Tiddly Quid", she served as "Archangelsk" in the Soviet navy at the end of WW2.
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A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Valiant during WW2 by Navis Neptun 1104A. This model is fully finished and painted in overall light grey, see photograph.

Extensively modernised at the start of WW2, Valiant served effectively with the Mediterranean and Far Eastern Fleets.
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A secondhand Navis model 1104B of HMS Warspite in 1943

The most famous and most active of the British battleships in WW2. She also has the distinction of scoring a hit on an enemy ship with her big guns at the longest recorded distance for naval gunfire.
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A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Barham in 1941 by Navis Neptun 1105A. This model is fully finished and painted in overall light grey, see photograph.

HMS Barham's  explosive sinking is shown endlessly in TV programmes to depict the end of any Battleship.

To get an impression of her in her WW1 heyday as flagship of the 5th Battle Squadron at Jutland, see Warspite (Navis 101N)
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A 1/1250 scale metal model of the aircraft carrier, HMS Victorious, which served in all theatres during WW2 and was even "lent" to the Americans in the Pacific in 1943 and given a coat of "Chicago" blue paint as camouflage.

Sisterships Formidable & Illustrious have not been modelled by Neptun, so this is the nearest model to those other two famous WW2 carriers.

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A 1/1250 scale secondhand metal model of the British aircraft carrier, HMS Indomitable by Navis Neptun 1113A. This ship model is in excellent original condition, see photograph and has a large number of aircraft on deck aft.

Indomitable was built to a modified design to the Illustrious-class with a double deck hangar towards the stern. On completion in 1941, she was sent to the Caribean to work up but was badly damaged in a grounding and missed accompanying HMS Prince of Wales and HMS Repulse to the Far East. After WW2, she was unable to accommodate jet aircraft in her low hangars and so was in reserve until scrapping.
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The most famous and, in terms of aircraft carrying capacity, the largest of the Royal Navy's carriers in WW2.

The Swordfish aircraft are not included. They are available, unpainted, as a seperate item, Navis NF35 Fairey Swordfish (our ref 89035).
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A 1/1250 scale model of HMS Glorious in 1940 by Navis Neptun 1118.

Glorious was sunk by Scharnhorst & Gneisenau in 1940 while evacuating troops and aircraft from Norway to the UK.
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The good old Iron Duke as an artillery school ship in 1939.
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A near sister to HMS Exeter. She was sunk during the battle for Crete.
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Detailed fully finished model of Royal Navy heavy cruiser HMS Sussex, 1942.
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Length 155mm beam15mm.
Most of the Kent class were rebuilt prior to WW2 and Neptun has modelled the different variations. HMS Cornwall was re-fitted in similar fashion to HMS Berwick.

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The Old Cruiser Frobisher as refitted, she took part in supporting the D-Day landings in Normandy
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She was the only Cavendish-class cruiser to have been modernised at the start of WW2 but she hit a submerged reef off Bodo during the Norwegian Campaign and became a total loss.
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A superb model of the British Cruiser now moored permanently in the Pool of London.

HMS Belfast is a 6-inch gunned, 32-knot Edinburgh Class Light Cruiser that served in World War 2 and is now berthed on the River Thames, near Tower Bridge, London as a museum Ship. Launched in March 1938, Belfast struck a mine soon after the start of war in 1939 which broke her back and injured 21 members of the crew, a calamity putting the ship out of action for three years. Once returned to service, with her original displacement of 11,175 tons now increased to 11,553 tons, she served with distinction for the rest of the war. Amongst her best-known activities are her role in the sinking of the German Battlecruiser Scharnhorst in the Battle of the North Cape in December 1943 and the bombardment of enemy positions at the beginning of the landing phase of the D Day (Operation Neptune) in June 1944. She was later given a brief refit for Pacific service in the Far East, and joined Operation Zipper which was intended to eject the Japanese from Malaya but turned into a relief operation following the Japanese surrender. During the last days of the war in Europe she was spotted in the North Sea by a German submarine without being aware of it. The German captain decided not to fire, however, since the war was almost over. She also served in the Korean War, with her guns used for shore bombardment in support of the United Nations forces. In July 1952 she was hit by shellfire froma Communist battery, suffering one of the crew killed and four others wounded.
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Sister ship to Belfast, she was sunk on Arctic Convoy duty.
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The Apollo class cruisers were improved Leanders with divided machinery spaces requiring two funnels. They were transferred to Australia before the outbreak of WW2.
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Shortly before WW2, Achilles was transfered to the New Zealand Navy and in December 1939 she took part in the Battle of the River Plate with HMSs Ajax and Exeter.
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One of two E-class cruisers, HMS Enterprise was fitted with a twin 6" turret forward to test the design for the secondary armament of battleships Nelson and Rodney. The turret proved to be a success and was retained but HMS Emerald was not modified in the same way and retained her single guns forward until the end. Early in WW2, Enterprise was mainly employed in the Atlantic.
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Delhi in wartime configuration, having been re-armed with 5 x 5" dual purpose weapons as main armament during a refit in the USA
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One of the WW1 cruisers converted to an AA cruiser for service in WW2. Sunk in 1942 off Cape Bon.
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(Product Ref 64902)
A Cardiff Class Light Cruiser built during WW1, Curlew was reconstructed for an anti-aircraft role, as modelled here, and she was sunk by aircraft off Norway in 1940.
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(Product Ref 65151)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of HMS Curlew after conversion to an AA cruiser at the start of WW2 by Navis Neptun of 1149B.
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Sistership Manxman is also available from Antics in her unique camouflage pattern (model no. T1150).
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 Neptun make other variants of these large destroyers. This represents typical ships as they entered service.
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This model shows a destroyer with 2 sets of torpedo tubes (Legion, Gurkha, Lance & Lively); the rest entered service with more AA guns and fewer topedo tubes.
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Fitted with 8x4" guns on completion when the MkXI 4.7" gun was delayed, all four ships were sunk in 1942 (Lance, Legion, Lively & Gurkha).
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