WW1 British Royal Navy

Britannia ruled the waves with Dreadnoughts and super-Dreadnoughts. Early Navis WW1 models have less detailing, models with the N suffix indicates new models with finer detailing!
Representing the famous battleship with detail for the 1916-18 period. Navis usually only model one class member, so why not have 5!
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(Product Ref 68004)
A 1/1250 scale secondhand model of HMS Iron Duke in WW1 by Navis Neptun 102. This model is an excellent example of the original simple style model produced by Navis before the introduction of the new superdetailed "N" models of the 1990s onwards. See photograph
£24.00
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(Product Ref 105929)

An upgraded 1/1250 scale metal Navis "N" model (106N) of HMS Neptune on her first commission complete with anti-torpedo nets. This metal model is fully assembled and painted in overall medium grey.

£58.00
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(Product Ref 83731)
A highly detailed metal model in 1/1250 scale of the HMS Dreadnought, the first all big gun battleship to enter service in the 20th century. Modelled here with torpedo nets (1907 to 1915), the model represents Dreadnought when operating with the Atlantic, later the Grand Fleet. In 1915 she was re-fitted and became flagship of the Channel Fleet.
£58.00
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(Product Ref 62192)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Swiftsure a second class battleship in Far Eastern colours in 1913 by Navis Neptun 112AN
£51.50
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(Product Ref 26639)
A 1/1250 scale, new model of HMS Erin in 1914-16. The model represents the ship at the outbreak of WW1 when requisitioned by the Admiralty from Vickers shipyard before delivery to Turkish owners. She remained in this condition until the anti-torpedo nets were removed in 1916.
£52.00
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(Product Ref 99863)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the ship that was building for Turkey at Armstrong's Elswick Works and was taken over by the Royal Navy after the outbreak of WW1. At Armstrongs, she was known as the big battleship on account of her long hull required to accommodate the 14 x12" guns of her main armament. This new "N" model shows the ship as in 1917 but she was re-modelled several times to fit the Royal Navy requirements.
£64.50
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(Product Ref 99004)
A 1/1200 second-hand waterline wooden model of HMS Enterprise. This model is in good condition, see photograph.
£18.00
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(Product Ref 108451)
HMS Furious underwent several major revamps during her career, having been started during World War 1 as a a Courageous-class cruiser but was modified to an aircraft carrier while under construction. Navis' s release for 2011 depicts the ship in completed form with the forward turret removed and a flight deck added in its place, aircraft had to manoeuvre around the superstructure to land. Later in the war the ship had the rear 18" turret removed and a second flight deck installed aft of the superstructure, but this was less than satisfactory due to air turbulence. Furious was briefly laid up after the war before she was reconstructed with a full-length flight deck in the early 1920s. An excellent model.
£85.30
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(Product Ref 82434)
One of Jack Fisher's bright ideas for an invasion of the German Baltic coast in WW1.

This is a new production (not secondhand) model but the model is made to the old Navis standard, with simplified detail but with better detailed metal masts, rather than the representational plastic masts of earlier production runs.
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(Product Ref 87149)
Navis Neptun 121AN 1/1250th Die-cast Model of HMS Courageous 1917 a Royal Navy Battle Cruiser from World War 1, produced using  a rapid-prototype original.

Sister ship Glorious differed in  the position of the searchlight platforms around the funnel.
 
Part of First Sea Lord Jack Fisher's never to used plan to invade the north coast of Germany as a means to relieve pressure on the Western front, these shallow-draft big gun giants were considered white elephants until converted to aircraft carriers. Even then they were misused and Courageous was torpedoed and sunk whilst hunting submarines in October 1939.
£81.95
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(Product Ref 89944)
£74.25
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(Product Ref 64890)
Nicely detailed diecast model of this attractive light cruiser.
Already under construction by the start of the war, at the Swan Hunter shipyard, Comus was launched in December 1914 and completed in May the following year. On 16th February 1916, Comus arrived on the scene of the battle between HMS Alcantara and the German raider Greif. Both ships were sinking and the Comus, Alcantera's sister ship Andes and the destroyer HMS Munster picked up survivors.
A member of the C class of light cruisers, Comus took part in the Battle of Jutland.
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(Product Ref 67360)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of WW1 minelayer HMS Vanoc by Navis Neptun 161A. The model is in excellent, original condition, see photograph.These modified destroyers were used to lay the U-boat minefields in the Channel and North Sea and some survived to be used again in WW2.
£10.00
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(Product Ref 108423)
A 1/1250 scale model of aircraft carrier HMS Argus in 1918 by Navis Neptun 180N.
£50.00
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(Product Ref 55166)

Typical of the cross-channel ferries that were converted to seaplane carriers to provide scouting for the Battleships.

£20.00
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(Product Ref 60938)
A 1/1250 scale model of HMS Campania in 1916 by Navis Neptun 186N.
£62.25
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(Product Ref 106794)
£60.00
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(Product Ref 102448)
A repaired secondhand model

Delaware had turbines but BB29, North Dakota, had VTEs. Delaware was in the Grand Fleet in 1917-18 but North Dakota was being re-engined with geared turbines. Both were victims of the Washington Treaty.
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(Product Ref 89708)
A 1/1250 scale secondhand model of HMS Vindictive an aircraft carrier in 1918/19 by Anker An18. This model is in very good original condition, see photograph.

Vindictive was being built as the lead ship of the Cavendish class cruisers when a running mate was required for HMS Furious which had just been converted to an aircraft carrier with flight decks fore and aft. Cavendish was also converted similarly and re-named Vindictive after the cruiser involved in the Zeebrugge and Ostend raids.
£36.00
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(Product Ref 105155)

New for 2012! Whilst sailing to attack the Otranto Barrage in 1918, she was torpedoed and sunk by Italian motor torpedo boats.

£12.00
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(Product Ref 68977)
A 1/1250 scale resin model of HMS M1, a monitor submarine, completed in 1918 and finished in a camouflage scheme shown in the photograph.
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(Product Ref 98906)
A 1/1250 scale resin model of HMS L55, the only L50 class submarine to see service in WW1 by Coastlines Models CL-SS16a.
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(Product Ref 109244)
A 1/1250 scale waterline model of HMS E9 by Coastlines Models CL-SS17a.

This model is cast in resin and fully painted in the camouflage scheme worn by Royal Navy submarines operating in the Baltic Sea during the summer months of the Great War 1914-18.
£12.00
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(Product Ref 108969)
This model is the Union Castle liner in wartime grey. GLR models are finely cast and are comparable with Navis Neptun models.
£40.00
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(Product Ref 61064)