A secondhand 1/1250 scale model in good condition of Naldera by Albatros. This model dates from the time when Albatros left the decks in the same colour as the superstructure but in this case that is the same as P&O buff, similar to the colour of bleached wood. As a result, you can get a sharply cast model for much less money than a new one.

There is some paint missing from the foremast and there are blobs of glue around the base of both masts.
£38.00
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(Product Ref 104118)
A metal 1/1250 scale model of Orion of 1937 with a corn coloured hull by Albatros SM number AL139A.
£117.00
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(Product Ref 89179)
A 1/1250 scale waterline model of Titanic, the lLiner that struck an iceberg and sank on her maiden voyage (1912). The models is fully finished and painted (including the wooden decks) as shown in the photograph of the model.
£107.00
Warehouse: 2
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(Product Ref 61810)
Newly re-released for 2014! Built at Fairfields yard on the Clyde for the Australia run, she was taken over as a troopship in WW1 and sunk off Sardinia in May 1918 by UB-52 whilst returning empty from Marseilles to Alexandria.
£65.50
Warehouse: 2
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(Product Ref 89177)
AL180 is a 1/1250th scale metal waterline ship model of Windsor Castle as operated by The Union Castle Shipping Line from 1960, She was one of the last Union Castle Liners to be built and was transferred to SAL when P&O closed down Union Castle after accusations of sanctions busting in Rhodesia. The model is made by Albatros SM and is a unique production run with dark wood effect decks, see photograph.
£130.00
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(Product Ref 70844)
A medium-sized, 3* cruise ship. Built in 2006 by B&V in Germany.
£75.00
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(Product Ref 98330)
A 1/1250 scale metal, assembled and painted model of Magdalena which was sunk returning from its maiden voyage.
£77.00
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 67959)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Ocean Monarch ex-Empress of England in 1971 by AlbatrosAL244B.

This is a re-issue of an earlier model with Painted wood effect decks instead of the white overall superstructure previously on offer.
£104.50
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(Product Ref 53132)
A 1/1250 scale model of Hanse Explorer, an 850 BRT ship to boldly go where other ships cannot reach!
£32.00
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(Product Ref 76967)
A 1/1250 scale waterline model of RMS Orcades by Albatros SM AL260. The Orient Line passenger and mail ship of 1948 is modelled as she was in 1959.
£135.00
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(Product Ref 90056)

A 1/1250 scale metal, fully assembled and painted model of SS Arabia. P & O's handsome two funnel Arabia was built at Greenock by Caird & Co in 1898, especially for the route to India. The ship had a relatively short career, being sunk by torpedo in 1916.

£79.50
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(Product Ref 35424)
A 1/1250 scale model of Prome, a 1937-built passenger & cargo liner of the British & Burmese Steam Navigation Co. Despite her old-fashioned looks, she was built in 1937 and turbine powered. Sistership Salween is also available.
£90.00
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(Product Ref 100216)
A 1/1250 scale model of P&O Carthage by Albatros SM AL282.
£103.00
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(Product Ref 89038)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Corfu by Albatros SM AL282A.

Corfu and her sister-ship Carthage were liners for secondary services of P&O moving both passengers and freight around efficiently and economically. During WW2 both ships were requisitioned as armed merchant cruisers and both were released in 1943 to become MOWT troopships and ultimately to be returned to P&O for post-war service in the livery shown here.
£106.50
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(Product Ref 89040)
A 1/1250 scale model of the Lady Louth of the Irish Steam packet ltd. Dublin. In 1923 the Lady Louth (1,870 tons) and the Lady Limerick were delivered from the Adrossan Dockyard and both took over the nightly service between Dublin and Liverpool. They had accommodation for 80 first class and 90 steerage passengers.

£55.00
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(Product Ref 107958)
Lairdsburn was the renamed Lady Louth operating for Burns & Laird  Line in 1930. Accommodation for 80 first class and 90 steerage passengers.

£55.00
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(Product Ref 108454)
Hertigruten has commissioned a sister ship to the stunning Roald Amundsen a second fine example with state of the art drive system supplied by the marine division of Rolls Royce. Identical ships but those who sail on them will want the right name.


£91.80
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(Product Ref 109232)
The Orient Steam Navigation Co. RMS Oronsay in 1/1250 scale and 1951 colours. The model is fully finished and painted.


£135.00
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(Product Ref 112305)
A 1/1250 scale model of Drottningholm 1n 1944 on diplomatic and repatriation duties by Albatros SM AL71S.

This is a limited edition model of the elderly liner Drottningholm sailing between ports of belligerent nations to re-patriate prisoners of war and diplomats late in WW2.
£106.50
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(Product Ref 107024)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the Vaterland of 1914 by CM Miniaturen. Vaterland was the second of the three Imperator classlarge liners built for Hamburg America line. During WW1 she was laid up in the USA but when the US joined the Allies she was requisitioned to become the American troopship Leviathan.
£70.00
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(Product Ref 104388)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Laconia of 1922 by CM Miniaturen CM159.
£76.50
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(Product Ref 112367)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of SS America a United States Lines transatlantic liner in 1923.

Amaerica was built in 1905 at Harland & Wolff Belfast for Hamburg America Line. As Amerika she was the largest liner in the world. During WW1 she became a US troop transport then a re-patriation ship becoming a liner again in 1923.
£73.00
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(Product Ref 104155)
A 1/1250 scale model of NDL Europa in late 1930-39 by CM Miniaturen CM 237A.
£89.00
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(Product Ref 113366)
A 1/1250 scale waterline model of SS Bremen (III) of 1896, later renamed Constantinople by CM Miniaturen CM 363.
£65.00
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(Product Ref 109417)
A 1/1250 scale metal waterline model of the Orient Line Ormuz of 1920-27 by CM Miniaturen CM410.
£67.00
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(Product Ref 101939)
A 1/1250 scale model of Conte Verde in 1932 by CM Miniaturen CM422
£81.00
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(Product Ref 105397)
A 1/1250 scale model of Cunard liner RMS Franconia by CM Miniaturen CM 440.
£89.00
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(Product Ref 113365)
A 1/1250 scale waterline model of Cap Trafalgar of Hamburg Sud Line by CM Miniaturen CM 95
£62.25
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(Product Ref 111217)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the Italian transatlantic liner in 1952. Fast and stylish, the Andrea Doria was rammed and sunk by the Swedish liner, Stockholm, which is still afloat today and cruising for Cruise & Maritime Voyages as "Astoria".
£78.00
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(Product Ref 100366)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Costa Fortuna, a cruise ship loved by younger cruise passengers and their families.
£89.00
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(Product Ref 99965)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the Aida Blu, a family cruise ship for the German market.
£67.00
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(Product Ref 99966)
CM Models CM-KR333 is a 1/1250th scale waterline die-cast model of the Carnival Splendor Cruise Ship.

Carnival Splendor is the sole ship of the Splendor class, a smaller, modified version of the Concordia-class cruise ship, operated by Costa, and entered service on 2 July 2008. Built by Fincantieri in Italy, the ship is 290 metres long.
£100.00
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(Product Ref 97622)
A 1/1250 scale model of Italia Line liner Rossini 1951-63 by CM Miniaturen CM-KR 341.
£67.00
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(Product Ref 101899)
CM Models CM-KR344 a 1/1250th scale waterline die-cast metal ship model of the Italian Guglielmo Marconi passenger ship.
£65.00
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(Product Ref 97623)
A 1/1250 scale waterline metal model of the 1963 passenger liner Iberia Star by CM Miniaturen CM-KR 389.
£57.75
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(Product Ref 113360)
The SS Eugenio C was a 1966 Italian built ocean liner/cruise ship originally owned by the Costa Line. She was scrapped as the Big Red at Alang, India in June 2005
£67.00
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(Product Ref 109428)
A 1/1250 scale model of Kenya Castle of 1958 by CM Miniaturen CM-KR440
£54.00
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(Product Ref 110095)
A 1/1250 scale model of RMS Athlone Castle from 1936 to 1965 by CM Miniaturen CM-KR442.
£78.00
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(Product Ref 111216)
A 1/1250 scale model of Pretoria Castle by CM Miniaturen CM-KR443.
£80.00
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(Product Ref 105393)
CM-KR447 a 1/1250th scale diecast ship model of the Arcadia III operated by P & O Cruises. Originally built for Sitmar she has since carried the names Ocean Village, Pacific Pearl and now cruises from Tilbury as Columbus operated by Cruise and Maritime Voyages. 
£90.00
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(Product Ref 97624)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of P&O Cruises Adonia. The smallest cruise ship in the current P&O fleet but being sold to Azamara cruises to become Azamara Pursuit in 2018.
£95.50
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(Product Ref 101910)
Fully finished waterline model of RMS Edinburgh Castle (1947) Union Castle line.
Model length approx 180mm / 7¼in
£67.00
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(Product Ref 101904)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Pendennis Castle by CM Miniaturen CM-KR51
£81.50
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(Product Ref 105396)
A 1/1250 scale waterline ship model of S. A. Vaal (ex-Transvaal Castle) of Safmarine by CM Miniaturen CM-KR53A
£64.00
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(Product Ref 111215)
£70.50
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(Product Ref 109429)
A 1/1250 scale model of Bloemfontein Castle a UCL secondary route liner by CM Miniaturen CM-KR56.
£58.50
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(Product Ref 112362)
A 1/1250 scale waterline model of the Southern Cross by CM Miniaturen CM-KR64.
£65.00
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(Product Ref 112204)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of P&O liner SS Ballarat of 1923 by Colonia Col25. This model is in excellent condition having been completely re-fitted with new masts and having been re-painted as required, see photograph.
£50.00
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(Product Ref 108445)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of City of Benares by Hein Mueke HM210. This model is in excellent, original condition and was made in Germany by R.Degen.
£24.00
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(Product Ref 110166)
A 1/1200 scale unmade resin kit of Stirling Castle by Len Jordan.
£24.00
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(Product Ref 111709)
A secondhand model of Cap Polonio in reasonable condition. This is a German-made Mercator model with fine plastic masts but the decks have been repainted by a previous owner.and could be improved upon. Markings under the model confirm that this model was imported into the UK as a secondhand model.
£36.00
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(Product Ref 62437)
An excellent second-hand 1/1250 metal model of Bremen by Mercator M512, see photograph. This model is a Skytrex product and made in England with the last style of plastic masts and the paint finish applied at the factory until production ceased.
£80.00
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(Product Ref 60638)
A secondhand metal model of Resolute in very good condition with the original box.
£36.00
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(Product Ref 62403)
Silersea offers luxury cruises in small to medium size ships, Silver Cloud accommodates 296 passengers in 5 star luxury and at the time of writing this is heading for St Petersburg, where the passengers are no doubt hoping to berth in the river in the centre of the city rather than at the cruise terminal! This model has the logo on the funnel.

Mare Nostrum is a new maker of 1/1250 ship models from Austria, specialising in modern tugs, ferries & cruise ships. The hulls are sharply cast in resin with deep undercuts on the balcony decks and the painting and detailing on the models is excellent.
£151.00
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(Product Ref 98130)
A 1/1250 scale painted resin model of Silver Cloud, a Silversea cruise ship. Silversea offers luxury cruises in small to medium size ships, Silver Cloud accommodates 296 passengers in 5 star luxury and at the time of writing this Silver Cloud is providing hotel accommodation on the waterfront of Rio for the Olympic Games. This model has Silverseas written on the funnel.

Mare Nostrum is a new maker of 1/1250 ship models from Austria, specialising in modern tugs, ferries & cruise ships. The models are sharply cast in resin and the painting and detailing is excellent.
£151.00
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(Product Ref 98234)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Europa, a Lloyd Triestino combi-liner on the East Africa run from 1952-76 by Mare Nostrum.

The model is 12.2cm overall length
£145.00
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(Product Ref 104868)
A 1/1250 scale model of the Dutch liner Simon Bolivar of 1927 by Rhenania Rhe184A. This model has the black hull of the KNSM company.
£125.25
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(Product Ref 110078)
A 1/1250 scale model of Dutch liner Simon Bolivar with a grey hull by Rhenania Rhe184B.
£125.25
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(Product Ref 110091)
A 1/1250 scale model of the Dutch liner Simon Bolivar  with Neutrality markings on a black hull in September 1939.
£133.00
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(Product Ref 110092)
£82.50
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(Product Ref 66884)

New for 2015! Another of the Norwegian coastal passenger service ships. Note the Daimler Fleetline double deck bus deck cargo!

£86.50
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(Product Ref 71183)
A 1/1250 scale metal waterline ship model of Fairsea (ex-HMS/USS Charger, Rio de la Plata0 in 1960 carrying immegrants from the UK to Australia & New Zealand.

Available late November
£101.00
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(Product Ref 103015)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Colombie a French Liner modelled in 1960 condition by Solent Models SOM18.
£108.00
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(Product Ref 109241)
A 1/1250 scale model of Atlantica of Typaldos Lines from 1964-67 by Solent Models SOM18a.
£108.00
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(Product Ref 112024)
£72.00

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(Product Ref 65789)

A re-issued 1/1250 Albatros model for 2015. Unlike previous issues, the deck colour differs from the buff of the upperworks. See the new photograph.

£57.00

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(Product Ref 97709)
Regina was built by Harland & Wolff at Belfast 1917/18 and was pressed into use as a freighter during WW1. In 1922, she became a passenger liner in service on the Liverpool to New York route. In 1929, she was sold to the Red Star Line of Belgium and continued in service until the outbreak of WW2 when she was managed by the MOWT until 1942 when she became an Admiralty Destroyer Depot Ship. Scrapped in 1947.
£70.50

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(Product Ref 97710)
A 1/1250 scale metal, assembled and painted model of RMS Olympic. The first of the Olympic-class liners to be completed, she was known within the White Star Line as "Old Reliable".
£86.00

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(Product Ref 61093)
A 1/1250 scale model of RMS Oceanic by Albatros S. M. AL163

For a short time, this class of ships were the largest liners in the world. but then the four-funnel liners appeared...
£99.00

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(Product Ref 96560)
A 1/1250 scale metal model, of Mauretania fully painted and finished by Albatros AL166. Mauretania is modelled here with the extra lifeboats carried after the Titanic disaster.
£94.75

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(Product Ref 67415)
A centenary commemorative model of RMS Lusitania in 1915 with her funnels painted black, as she was when sunk off the Old Head of Kinsale in 1915 by the German submarine, U20.
£108.00

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(Product Ref 98778)
One of four sisters (Athol, Blair & York), she served as a troopship during WW2 and was re-named Empress of France in 1948.
£72.00

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(Product Ref 64077)

The much loved liner with a name reflecting the Peninsular part of the P&O company name.

£105.00

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(Product Ref 60515)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Lancastria, Cunard cruise ship in 1924 by Albatros SM AL194A
£60.00

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(Product Ref 89174)

City of Bombay was an Ellerman Lines passenger/cargo ship which entered service in 1937. In December 1942, she was torpedoed & shelled by U159 and sank in the South Atlantic. This is a re-issued 1/1250 scale metal model, fully finished and painted by fine model maker, Albatros and this edition has fully painted decks.

£90.00

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(Product Ref 73504)

Nevasa of 1956 was the final passenger vessel built for British India Steam Navigation, serving as a troopship until redundant in 1962, then laid up in the River Fal, Cornwall. After a refit Nevasa was assigned new duties with the BI educational cruise ship flotilla until 1974, alongside Uganda, becoming surplus and scrapped in 1975! 





£108.00

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(Product Ref 61834)
She and her sistership, Flandre, sailed for the General Transatlantique Line.
£63.00

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(Product Ref 67962)
Her sister ship, Antilles, is modelled in cruising livery.
£63.00

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(Product Ref 67963)

At last, more stock of this famous and much loved liner. Unfinished when Germany invaded Belgium at the start of WW1, she completed as a British troopship. Here she is modelled in her post-WW1 form as a prestige transatlantic liner.

£101.00

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(Product Ref 74861)
Alcantara lost her fore-funnel during Royal Navy service in WW2 but is modelled here back in civilian colours.
£48.00

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(Product Ref 68416)
The UK to New Zealand liner in Federal Line colours, as she was from 1966 onwards.
£67.50

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(Product Ref 84078)
A much loved ship in her later days. A former Cunarder on the New Zealand service
£59.95

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(Product Ref 85638)

A 1/1250 scale model of the passenger tender Nomadic, built in 1911 to service the Olympic class liners during calls at the French port of Cherbourg, before their crossing of the Atlantic to New York. She was built at Harland  & Wolff's yard at Belfast and the tender has recently been returned there, re-fitted and opened to the public as a museum ship in a dock opposite the stunning new Titanic museum.

£47.00

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(Product Ref 98235)

A 1/1250 scale metal model of the Salween, a British & Burmese Steam Navigation Co. turbine steamer built by Denny Brothers in 1938. The model is fully painted & finished, having arrived Sep 2016.

£82.00

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(Product Ref 76293)
A 1/1250 scale model of troopship Oxfordshire from 1957 by Albatros SM AL288
£102.00

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(Product Ref 109394)
£63.75

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(Product Ref 89114)
Re-released 1/1250 model of City of Benares, this time with painted decks.
During WW2 this elegant liner was sunk during the Battle of the Atlantic whilst evacuating children from Britain to Canada.
£62.00

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(Product Ref 97646)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Italia of Home Lines in 1958 by Albatros SM AL80A.

This model is a re-release of a very good model that Albatros originally made many years ago. The current release has wood-painted decks.
£104.50

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(Product Ref 61210)
A 1/1250 scale model of Kronprinzessin Cecilie the last German four-funnel liner by CM Miniaturen CM 135.
£77.50

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(Product Ref 111218)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of RMS Olympic, White Star transatlantic liner until the merger with Cunard.
£48.00

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(Product Ref 105386)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of RMS Britannic of 1930 by CM Miniaturen.

RMS Britannic (3)  the third ship to carry the name for White Star, was completed before White Star merged with Cunard in 1934 after which she was allowed to keep buff funnels throughout her career. Launched by Harland & Wolff at Belfast in 1929, 1930 saw the ship's maiden voyage.

Surviving WW2, the diesel engined ship was finally broken up in 1960.
£55.00

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(Product Ref 61378)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Georgic of Cunard/White Star line in 1932 by CM Miniaturen.

Georgic was the last liner to enter service that had been ordered by White Star as a sister to the Britannic.
£63.00

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(Product Ref 104156)
Carlo Marquardt's version of RMS Titanic, the most famous passenger liner in history. CM models are finely cast in metal but the decks are not painted separately from the rest of the casting and in this case they are left white. This usually means that the models are cheaper than those of competitors in this specialist ship model market.
£36.00

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(Product Ref 60946)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Majestic White Star Line transatlantic liner 1920s-1930s by CM Miniaturen.

As part of War Reparations for the loss of Britannic, White Star was allocated the German Liner Bismark completing in Germany at the end of WW1. She operated alongside Olympic and Homeric as the largest ship in the world until the merger with Cunard forced the new company to rationalise. Majestic was slated for scrapping and her funnels and masts cut down to pass under the Forth Bridge for Rosyth dockyard. In 1938 the Admiralty requisitioned the ship to train cadets for the growing Royal Navy and she became HMS Caledonia. Unfortunately she caught fire and became a constructive total loss and was scrapped at Rosyth as manpower permitted in stages until 1948.
£75.00

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(Product Ref 101900)
A 1/1250 scale, fully assembled and painted, metal, waterline model of Berengaria (ex-Imperator), a Cunard transatlantic liner from 1922.
 
Berengaria had been the the German liner Imperator but was allocated to Cunard after WW1 in compensation for the Lusitania, which had been sunk in 1915 by a German submarine. Berengaria soldiered on despite a large crack appearing in her hull in an Atlantic storm which spead around 2/3 of her hull and necessitating a heavy repair and outlasted her newer sister Majestic but was brought down by a fire in New York with damage beyond economic repair. She was scrapped in 3 locations in the UK from 1938-46.
£75.00

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(Product Ref 100371)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Cunard's second Mauretania, built in 1937 to replace the 30 year old original, record-breaking, transatlantic liner. This ship was always in the shadow of the original ship and the two Cunard queens but she helped maintain the 3-ship service across the Atlantic for nearly 30 years.
£69.00

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(Product Ref 61258)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Cunard's Mauretania (II) in the green cruise ship livery first worn by Caronia. Mauretania had been withdrawn from the transatlantic service when passenger numbers were hard hit by air travel and this livery was applied when she cruised full time.
£69.00

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(Product Ref 61105)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the famous Cunarder, Queen Elizabeth, modelled in her prime and in full Cunard livery after the war.
£83.00

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(Product Ref 99969)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Seawise University, ex-RMS Queen Elizabeth, by CM Miniaturen CM153A.
£83.00

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(Product Ref 111201)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the Cunard liner Queen Mary.
£85.00

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(Product Ref 101902)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the Cunarder Carpathia that rescued the survivors of the Titanic disater.
£36.00

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(Product Ref 101901)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the Cunard line Aquitania in 1914.
£78.50

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(Product Ref 100523)

Cunard Line's Aquitania was designed for the Southampton to New York service to work in rotation with Lusitania & Mauretania. Not as fast as the other two but bigger & more luxurious than Olympic, she was an excellent choice for the service.  Not having been designed as an auxiliary cruiser, she was employed as a troopship & hospital ship throughout WW1. here she is depicted as a troopship in a WW1 dazzle camouflage scheme.

In 36 years of service, Aquitania survived military duty in two world wars and returned to passenger service after each. Aquitania's record for the longest service career of any 20th-century express liner stood until broken in 2004 by the Queen Elizabeth 2, which extended the mark to 40 years.

£73.50

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(Product Ref 89101)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Empress of Scotland after WW2 by CM Miniaturen CM165
£72.00

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(Product Ref 105387)
A 1/1250 scale model of Empress of India in 1922 by CM-Miniaturen CM166.

Empress of India had been built for NDL in Germany as SS Friedrich Wilhelm. She was largely designed for steerage passengers with only a few cabins for first and second class passengers. In 1914 she was interned in Norway and surrendered to the British in 1919. After a couple of re-patriation voyages as USS Friedrich Wilhelm, she was sold to Canadian Pacific for whom she sailed as Empress of India, Montlaurier and, finally, Montnairn until scrapped in 1929.
£49.00

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(Product Ref 107023)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the French liner, Normandie, after the re-fit that she underwent shortly before WW2. The model is by CM Miniaturen and in common with most of the models in their range the decks are painted in the main body colour only (white). see photo.
£75.00

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(Product Ref 99970)
Introduced just before the outbreak of WW2 on the South America routes, Pasteur was soon converted to a troopship and served throughout the war in various shades of grey. Post war, she was retained as a French troopship (mainly to French Indo-China) and was eventually sold to Germany and refitted as Bremen (V). Modelled here with the prewar buff funnel.
£67.00

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(Product Ref 66859)
A 1/1250 scale waterline model of Statendam from 1929 by CM Miniaturen CM 180.
£69.00

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(Product Ref 111219)
A 1/1250 scale model of Washington United States passenger ship of United States Lines by CM Miniaturen CM225. This model represents the liner in Neutrality colours from the period 1939-41.
£84.00

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(Product Ref 105394)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Manhattan United States Lines by CM Miniaturen CM225A. This model represents Manhattan during 1939-41 when she was marked with US flags and identity markings to avoid being sunk by German U-boats after the start of WW2.
£84.00

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(Product Ref 99964)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Rex the only Italian ship to win the Blue Riband.


Rex remained in Italy during WW2 and was left in her civilian colours and not used for trooping. Hovever, she was seen to be raising steam, possibly to be used as a blockship and a squadron of rocket firing Beaufighters soon had her blazing end to end and sinking.  A sad end to a magnificent ship.
£75.00

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(Product Ref 104160)
A 1/1250 scale model of the German transatlantic liner Bremen in her early days with short funnels by CM Miniaturen CM236.
£78.00

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(Product Ref 111205)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Augustus 1932 by CM Miniaturen.

Augustus was built in 1927 but in 1932 became part of the Italia Line whose colours she is modelled in here. In 1942 she was converted to the Italian aircraft carrier Sparviero and bombed and damaged. In 1944 the Germans scuttled her in Genoa as a blockship. She was re-floated and scrapped by 1947.
£82.00

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(Product Ref 104153)
A 1/1250 scale model of Conte Verde an Italia line ship in 1935 by CM Miniaturen CM421
£81.00

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(Product Ref 105395)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the German liner, Bremen by CM Miniaturen, CM-KR10.

Bremen was the former French liner and troopship Pasteur which entered service in the late 1930s. When WW2 broke out she was requesitioned as an Allied troopship. After WW2 ended, Pasteur continued trooping for the French for 10 years. In the late 1950s she was refitted in Germany and her huge funnel was replaced by a more streamlinedshape and the bow and superstructure were altered. She was the fifth ship to be named Bremen.
£48.00

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(Product Ref 104130)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Willem Ruys by CM Miniaturen CM-KR146.

The keel of the Willem Ruys was laid in 1939 but WW2 intervened and the ship was not launched until 1946 and completed the following year. For ten years she sailed to and from Indonesia. After a short spell on the North Atlantic she was re-fitted for cruising. In 1964 she was sold and re-fitted extensively to become Achille Lauro
£56.00

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(Product Ref 104143)
A 1/1250 scale, assembled & painted, metal waterline model of France, the last great French ship of state and the largest passenger liner of her time on the transatlantic service. Transatlantic air services meant that the ship was uneconomic and she was withdrawn to be sold to Norwegian shipping interests and re-fitted to become the cruise ship "Norway".
£96.00

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(Product Ref 100370)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the Queen Mary 2, the largest passenger liner in the world today.
£104.00

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(Product Ref 99967)
A 1/1250 scale model of Achille Lauro the infamous cruise ship by CM Miniaturen CM-KR 40
£62.00

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(Product Ref 109427)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Caronia, the third Cunard ship to carry the name. As Vistafjord she was the last transatlantic liner to be built.
£85.00

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(Product Ref 101903)
A 1/1250 scale model of Beaverbrae 1948-54 that was renamed Romantica in 1991,later caught fire and was scrapped at Limassol in 1998.

by CM Miniaturen CM-KR 459.
£67.50

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(Product Ref 109418)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Michelangelo, the Italia Line cruise ship of 1965.
£90.00

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(Product Ref 100367)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the new HAPAG cruise ship, Europa 2.
£84.00

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(Product Ref 99968)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the Union Castle line ship Transvaal Castle. When Union Castle were closed down this ship became the SA Vaal.
£67.00

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(Product Ref 101905)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the Cunard Line Caronia. The ship was designed for luxury cruising and was known as the green goddess.

Length 175mm, Width 20mm, Height 50mm
£65.00

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(Product Ref 101912)
A 1/1250 scale model of the Queen Elizabeth II, the most famous Cunard liner of our lifetimes. Modelled here with the larger funnel fitted after she had been re-engined in the post Falklands Campaign re-fit.
£94.00

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(Product Ref 99963)
A 1/1250 scale model of Orient Lines, Orsova, from 1953. Orsova was the first passenger ship to be built in the UK with a fully-welded hull. The model has been re-issued by CM and provides a welcome addition to the Orient lines ships available for collectors.
£71.00

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(Product Ref 100368)
A 1250 scale metal model of P&O liner Canberra. Designed to shorten the time to travel from the UK to Australia with a speed just short of 30kt Canberra  was a style icon in the 1960s. As aircraft took over long distance travel Canberra became a much loved cruise ship.
£75.00

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(Product Ref 101911)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the United States of 1952. She was the fastest transatlantic liner ever and is still afloat today......
£94.00

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(Product Ref 100369)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Oslofjord by CM Miniaturen.

Oslofjord was built as a transatlantic liner and cruise ship and for nearly 20 years she was employed in this work. After a major refit in 1967 she cruised from Southampton but was sold to Costa in 1969 as Fulvia. In July 1970 she sank after an explosion and fire.
£45.00

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(Product Ref 104129)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Europa.

This ship was bought in and refurbished for the transatlantic trade and cruising after WW2 and given the name of the prewar ship now re-named Liberte which was given to the French as reparations.
£36.00

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(Product Ref 104131)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Lafayette as a troopship in 1942. The former French tranatlantic liner Normandie was commandeered by the USA and converted and camouflaged at her New York pier. During conversion sghe caught fire and sank. She was salvaged but so badly damaged that she was never repaired and was scrapped after the end of the war.
£94.50

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(Product Ref 101908)
A 1250 scale metal model of Justica in dazzle camouflage. Justica was the former Statendam building in the UK but taken over and put under the management of White Star as a troopship. She sank after being hit by 6 torpedoes from 2 different U-boats between Skerryvore & Lough Swilly.
£87.00

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(Product Ref 101906)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Olympic in WW1 dazzle camouflage when the transatlantic liner was a troopship.
£92.25

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(Product Ref 101907)
Built in 1924, Der Deutsche was renamed Sierra Morena before becoming a KDF cruise ship. In 1940, she was used as a troop transport before becoming an accommodation ship at Danzig in 1941. Moved to Gotenhafen, as a U-boat depot ship, she resumed trooping in 1944 and was used as a refugee transport in 1945 during the evacuation of East Prussia. Bombed and beached as a constructive total loss, she was salvaged by the Russians and became "Asia" in 1950!
£49.35

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(Product Ref 62435)
A 1/1200 scale second-hand model of the Dutch transatlantic liner Nieuw Amsterdam by Triang Minic M706. This model is in very good original condition for a child's toy from the early 1960s but there are a few paint flakes missing on the grey hull, see photograph.
£30.00

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(Product Ref 110137)
A new 1/1250 scale model of Esperia, a passenger ship of the Adriatica di Navigazione, Venezia line, from 1949 onward. Modelled as in 1973 by Mare Nostrum MN14.

Mare Nostrum has made some highly detailed and expertly painted models over the last few years. Initially, they were cast in resin but nowadays they are cast in metal..
£140.00

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(Product Ref 99939)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Africa a Lloyd Triestino Italian passenger ship from 1952-76 by Mare Nostrum.

Mare Nostrummake fully assembled and painted models of ships with a high level of detail and the finest paint finish. The model of Africa is 12.2cm in overall length.
£145.00

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(Product Ref 104867)
A limited edition, 1/1250 scale metal model of SS Albertville, a CMB passenger liner from 1927. The ship was lengthened in 1937 but was bombed and sunk by German aircraft in Le Harvre roads in June 1940 whist evacuating British & French troops.

The model was specially made to celebrate 20 years of "Miniship Belgium" 1995-2015 
£95.00

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(Product Ref 61067)
A 1/1250 scale model of the Polish liner Pilsudski in 1935 by Risawoleska Ri250
£125.25

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(Product Ref 109977)
A 1/1250 scale model of Swiss Tiara a hotel boat for river cruising across Europe by Rhenania Junior RJB31.
£27.50

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(Product Ref 106626)
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