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A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of HMS Colossus in 1945 by Argonaut A1225. This model is in very good condition with aircraft on deck, see photograph.
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of HMS Colossus in 1945 by Argonaut A1225. This model is in very good condition with aircraft on deck, see photograph.
£44.00
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(Product Ref #107373)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of HMS Glorious in 1939 by Argonaut A100. This model is in good condition in light grey with dark grey decks but is missing the retractable walkway that could have been fitted to the port side of the island, see photograph.
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of HMS Glorious in 1939 by Argonaut A100. This model is in good condition in light grey with dark grey decks but is missing the retractable walkway that could have been fitted to the port side of the island, see photograph.
£38.00
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(Product Ref #107372)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of HMS Furious in 1939 by Argonaut A99. This model is in good condition in light grey  with dark grey decks but it is missing the radio aerials that would have been supplied unpainted with the new model originally, see photograph.
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of HMS Furious in 1939 by Argonaut A99. This model is in good condition in light grey  with dark grey decks but it is missing the radio aerials that would have been supplied unpainted with the new model originally, see photograph.
£36.00
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(Product Ref #107371)
A waterline second-hand model of USS John F Kennedy CV67 believed to have been made from a Lindberg injection moulded kit around 30 years ago. The model is in good original condition complete with aircraft with insignia decals but the flight deck number decal is yellowing with age, see photograph.

This model was built to a scale of around 1/1300 and is slightly smaller than 1/1250 models of the same ship.
£12.00
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(Product Ref #107370)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of Jeanne D' Arc of 1938 by Navis Neptun 1443. This model is in excellent condition, see photograph
£40.00
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(Product Ref #107323)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of HMS Furious in use as an aircraft transport by Navis Neptun 1117. The model is in excellent condition with 8 camouflaged aircraft on deck, see photograph.
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of HMS Furious in use as an aircraft transport by Navis Neptun 1117. The model is in excellent condition with 8 camouflaged aircraft on deck, see photograph.
£70.00
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(Product Ref #66525)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of HMS Courageous in 1939 by Navis Neptun 1119. The model is in excellent condition and has 6 Swordfish aircraft on deck, see photograph.<br /><br />She was the first major warship loss of the Royal Navy in WW2, demonstrating the folly of using capital ships to hunt submarines.
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of HMS Courageous in 1939 by Navis Neptun 1119. The model is in excellent condition and has 6 Swordfish aircraft on deck, see photograph.

She was the first major warship loss of the Royal Navy in WW2, demonstrating the folly of using capital ships to hunt submarines.
£70.00
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(Product Ref #60095)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of HMS Glorious in 1940 by Navis Neptun 1118. The model is in excellent condition and has 7 Swordfish aircraft on deck, see photograph.
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of HMS Glorious in 1940 by Navis Neptun 1118. The model is in excellent condition and has 7 Swordfish aircraft on deck, see photograph.
£72.00
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(Product Ref #58330)
A 1/1250 scale resin model of Skerryvore Lighthouse from 1970 to the present day by Coastlines Models CL-L02a.<br /><br />The most imposing lighthouse in the Western Isles of Scotland. The Atlantic swell foams around the rocks, even in relatively calm weather. The white water around the lighthouse model has been modelled from photographs of the real lighthouse.
A 1/1250 scale resin model of Skerryvore Lighthouse from 1970 to the present day by Coastlines Models CL-L02a.

The most imposing lighthouse in the Western Isles of Scotland. The Atlantic swell foams around the rocks, even in relatively calm weather. The white water around the lighthouse model has been modelled from photographs of the real lighthouse.
£30.00
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(Product Ref #92924)
New for 2013! A resin&nbsp;underwater hull section which enables owners of 1/1250 scale waterline battleship models to display them in empty drydocks.
New for 2013! A resin underwater hull section which enables owners of 1/1250 scale waterline battleship models to display them in empty drydocks.
£15.00
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(Product Ref #92925)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of the ex-pre-Dreadnought battleship Schlesien as a training ship just before the outbreak of WW2 by Hansa S204.<br /><br />The model is in very good original condition, see photograph.
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of the ex-pre-Dreadnought battleship Schlesien as a training ship just before the outbreak of WW2 by Hansa S204.

The model is in very good original condition, see photograph.
£26.00
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(Product Ref #107056)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of Pueyrredon an Argentinian "Garibaldi" type second-class battleship/armoured cruiser. This model is in good condition and is a conversion of a Navis Neptun Nisshin/ Kasuga model, see photograph.
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of Pueyrredon an Argentinian "Garibaldi" type second-class battleship/armoured cruiser. This model is in good condition and is a conversion of a Navis Neptun Nisshin/ Kasuga model, see photograph.
£20.00
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(Product Ref #107055)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand conversion to Blanco Encalada a light cruiser of Chile of a Navis model of Dresden, see photograph.
A 1/1250 scale second-hand conversion to Blanco Encalada a light cruiser of Chile of a Navis model of Dresden, see photograph.
£12.00
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(Product Ref #107054)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand metal assembled &amp; painted model of HMNS Rotterdam L800 by Albatros SM Alk67. This model is in excellent original condition, see photograph.<br /><br />The Rotterdam is an LPH serving in the Royal Netherlands Navy.
A 1/1250 scale second-hand metal assembled & painted model of HMNS Rotterdam L800 by Albatros SM Alk67. This model is in excellent original condition, see photograph.

The Rotterdam is an LPH serving in the Royal Netherlands Navy.
£70.00
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A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of HMNS Amsterdam A836 in 2008 by Albatros SM Alk66. The model is in excellent original condition, see photograph.
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of HMNS Amsterdam A836 in 2008 by Albatros SM Alk66. The model is in excellent original condition, see photograph.
£63.00
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The&nbsp;lighthouse on Paradise Island, Bahamas
The lighthouse on Paradise Island, Bahamas
£21.00
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(Product Ref #91006)
Although reported to be very fast on trials, she was unable to escape from HMAS Sydney and was finished off by a destroyer torpedo.<br><br>The sisterships, which can also be represented by this model, were: Alberico da Barbiano &amp; Amberto di Giussano (both sunk together by British destroyers in 1941) and Giovani delle Bande Nere (sunk by HM submarine Urge,&nbsp;off Crete 1942).
Although reported to be very fast on trials, she was unable to escape from HMAS Sydney and was finished off by a destroyer torpedo.

The sisterships, which can also be represented by this model, were: Alberico da Barbiano & Amberto di Giussano (both sunk together by British destroyers in 1941) and Giovani delle Bande Nere (sunk by HM submarine Urge, off Crete 1942).
£50.75
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(Product Ref #65477)
Cadorna survived WW2 but her sistership, Armando Diaz was sunk by the submarine, HMS Upright in 1941.
Cadorna survived WW2 but her sistership, Armando Diaz was sunk by the submarine, HMS Upright in 1941.
£50.75
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(Product Ref #64904)
£41.00
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(Product Ref #64777)
All the German light cruisers suffered from having a short range and rarely strayed outside the Baltic during WW2. Nurnberg survived the war and was transferred to USSR in 1946 to be renamed Admiral Makarov.
All the German light cruisers suffered from having a short range and rarely strayed outside the Baltic during WW2. Nurnberg survived the war and was transferred to USSR in 1946 to be renamed Admiral Makarov.
£44.00
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(Product Ref #58342)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of KMS Koln in 1940 by Navis Neptun 1042. This model is in excellent condition, as new but in an older shade of factory light grey rather than the current shade.
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of KMS Koln in 1940 by Navis Neptun 1042. This model is in excellent condition, as new but in an older shade of factory light grey rather than the current shade.
£36.00
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(Product Ref #107036)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the former pre-dreadnought battleship, Hessen, as converted to a radio controlled target ship from 1938. Hessen survived WW2 and became the Russian "Tsel".
£26.00
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(Product Ref #99006)
One of 6 old Battleships that Germany was allowed to retain after WW1, she was used as a training and accommodation ship until almost the end of WW2.
One of 6 old Battleships that Germany was allowed to retain after WW1, she was used as a training and accommodation ship until almost the end of WW2.
£39.00
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(Product Ref #77658)
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!
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)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of De Zeven Provincien converted from a Trident model, T107 of De Ruyter to her guided missile carrying sistership. The conversion work is very good but the final paint finish, rather less so, see photograph.
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of De Zeven Provincien converted from a Trident model, T107 of De Ruyter to her guided missile carrying sistership. The conversion work is very good but the final paint finish, rather less so, see photograph.
£30.00
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(Product Ref #107048)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of HMS Vindictive as a repair ship in 1939 by Anker An06. The model is in good condition having been re-painted in medium grey, see photograph.<br /><br />HMS Vindictive, ex-Cavendish, started life as a heavy cruiser but was converted to an aircraft carrier with flight decks fore and aft along the lines of HMS Furious (see Anker An17). This was not a success and after the end of WW1, she was converted back to a cruiser. In the 1930s she was de-militarised as a training ship and after the outbreak of WW2 she was converted to a repair ship.
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of HMS Vindictive as a repair ship in 1939 by Anker An06. The model is in good condition having been re-painted in medium grey, see photograph.

HMS Vindictive, ex-Cavendish, started life as a heavy cruiser but was converted to an aircraft carrier with flight decks fore and aft along the lines of HMS Furious (see Anker An17). This was not a success and after the end of WW1, she was converted back to a cruiser. In the 1930s she was de-militarised as a training ship and after the outbreak of WW2 she was converted to a repair ship.
£26.00
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(Product Ref #107047)
A 1/1250 scale model of USS Texas in 1943 by Navis Neptun 1308.
A 1/1250 scale model of USS Texas in 1943 by Navis Neptun 1308.
£60.00
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(Product Ref #64827)
A superb model of the British Cruiser now moored permanently in the Pool of London. <BR><BR>HMS Belfast is a 6-inch gunned, 32-knot Edinburgh Class Light Cruiser&nbsp;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&nbsp;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,&nbsp;with her guns&nbsp;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.
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.
£60.00
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(Product Ref #58336)
Karlsruhe suffered extensive hull damage during a deep ocean cruise in 1937 and had the hull stiffened before WW2. In 1940, she was damaged by a torpedo from HMS Truant and was scuttled by a torpedo from KMS Jaguar.
Karlsruhe suffered extensive hull damage during a deep ocean cruise in 1937 and had the hull stiffened before WW2. In 1940, she was damaged by a torpedo from HMS Truant and was scuttled by a torpedo from KMS Jaguar.
£41.00
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(Product Ref #64901)
A 1/1250 scale second hand model of Leipzig by Navis Neptun 1041. The model is in excellent condition and only differs from new in that the shade of grey paint is slightly lighter than today's factory finish.<br /><br />Almost all the light cruisers were badly damaged during the Invasion of Norway and Leipzig was no exception. She never returned to front line duties, her torpedo tubes were put on Tirpitz and a boiler room was permanently out of commision. She became a school ship, static after being rammed by Prinz Eugen in the Baltic.
A 1/1250 scale second hand model of Leipzig by Navis Neptun 1041. The model is in excellent condition and only differs from new in that the shade of grey paint is slightly lighter than today's factory finish.

Almost all the light cruisers were badly damaged during the Invasion of Norway and Leipzig was no exception. She never returned to front line duties, her torpedo tubes were put on Tirpitz and a boiler room was permanently out of commision. She became a school ship, static after being rammed by Prinz Eugen in the Baltic.
£36.00
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(Product Ref #64898)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Attilio Regulo a small Italian light cruiser by Navis Neptun 1550.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Attilio Regulo a small Italian light cruiser by Navis Neptun 1550.
£32.00
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A 1/1250 scale model of Giuseppe Garibaldi an Italian light cruiser in WW2 by Navis Neptun 1540.
A 1/1250 scale model of Giuseppe Garibaldi an Italian light cruiser in WW2 by Navis Neptun 1540.
£61.00
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Italy's first attempt at a heavy cruiser in the aftermath of the Washington Treaty was very fast but lightly armoured.
Italy's first attempt at a heavy cruiser in the aftermath of the Washington Treaty was very fast but lightly armoured.
£60.50
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(Product Ref #89671)
<p><span style="FONT-FAMILY: Arial; FONT-SIZE: 8pt; mso-bidi-font-size: 12.0pt; mso-ansi-language: EN" lang="EN">
</span></p><p style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt" class="MsoNormal"><span style="FONT-SIZE: 8pt; mso-bidi-font-size: 12.0pt; mso-ansi-language: EN" lang="EN">Good looking model of the heavy cruiser that was a member of the Trento class but with enough alterations to almost appear a separate class. Armed with 8 x 8" main guns in four turrets, Bolzano was a powerful cruiser, serving many of the same missions as her sister ships. Hit three times by 6" rounds from the British cruiser HMS Neptune in the battle of Calabria, two deaths and minor damage below the waterline was sustained but quickly repaired. Another round hit "B" turret but the guns continued to fire undeterred while a third round struck the torpedo room, where the two fatalities took place. At the beginning of the battle of Spartivento, her Ro.43 flying boat was the first to spot the British fleet 20 miles off Algeria. On 25 August 1941, while returning from an abortive attempt to intercept minelayer HMS <i>Manxman</i>, used by the British on ressuply missions, <i>Bolzano</i> was damaged by a torpedo from the British submarine HMS Triumph near the Straits of Messina. With steering damaged, she was towed to Messina for repairs lasting three months, but hit again during an air raid.</span></p>
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<p style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt" class="MsoNormal"><span style="FONT-SIZE: 8pt; mso-bidi-font-size: 12.0pt; mso-ansi-language: EN" lang="EN">In August 1942, when participation in the interception of the Pedestal convoy had been cancelled, she was again torpedoed while returning to base. <i>Bolzano</i> and the light cruiser Muzio Attendolo were both seriously damaged by torpedoes from the British submarine HMS Unbroken off the Aeolian Islands on 13 August<sup><a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/#cite_note-whitley-4"></a></sup>. The damage required her magazines to be flooded and she was beached at the island of Panarea. After a month, she was salvaged and taken to Naples, then to La Spezia for repairs. At La Spezia in September the Italians surrendered and Bolzano was captured by the Germans but her damage made her unusable and subsequently she was sunk by human torpedoes in a combined Italian and British raid on 21 June 1944, being refloated and sold for scrap in 1947.</span></p>

Good looking model of the heavy cruiser that was a member of the Trento class but with enough alterations to almost appear a separate class. Armed with 8 x 8" main guns in four turrets, Bolzano was a powerful cruiser, serving many of the same missions as her sister ships. Hit three times by 6" rounds from the British cruiser HMS Neptune in the battle of Calabria, two deaths and minor damage below the waterline was sustained but quickly repaired. Another round hit "B" turret but the guns continued to fire undeterred while a third round struck the torpedo room, where the two fatalities took place. At the beginning of the battle of Spartivento, her Ro.43 flying boat was the first to spot the British fleet 20 miles off Algeria. On 25 August 1941, while returning from an abortive attempt to intercept minelayer HMS Manxman, used by the British on ressuply missions, Bolzano was damaged by a torpedo from the British submarine HMS Triumph near the Straits of Messina. With steering damaged, she was towed to Messina for repairs lasting three months, but hit again during an air raid.

In August 1942, when participation in the interception of the Pedestal convoy had been cancelled, she was again torpedoed while returning to base. Bolzano and the light cruiser Muzio Attendolo were both seriously damaged by torpedoes from the British submarine HMS Unbroken off the Aeolian Islands on 13 August. The damage required her magazines to be flooded and she was beached at the island of Panarea. After a month, she was salvaged and taken to Naples, then to La Spezia for repairs. At La Spezia in September the Italians surrendered and Bolzano was captured by the Germans but her damage made her unusable and subsequently she was sunk by human torpedoes in a combined Italian and British raid on 21 June 1944, being refloated and sold for scrap in 1947.

£60.50
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(Product Ref #62285)
The four heavy cruisers of the Fiume class were the best in the Italian fleet in WW2. Three of them had the misfortune to be overwhelmed by gunfire from HMS Warspite in the night action off Cape Matapan.<br /><br /><br /><span style="line-height: 15.86px;">The model best represents Zara as operating in 1938, Fiume &amp; Gorizia were similar while Pola was originally fitted as a flagship and had a bridge linked to the forward funnel (see NN1530).</span><br /><span class="yui-non"> </span>
The four heavy cruisers of the Fiume class were the best in the Italian fleet in WW2. Three of them had the misfortune to be overwhelmed by gunfire from HMS Warspite in the night action off Cape Matapan.


The model best represents Zara as operating in 1938, Fiume & Gorizia were similar while Pola was originally fitted as a flagship and had a bridge linked to the forward funnel (see NN1530).
 
£57.50
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(Product Ref #61863)
Attractive model of this small Italian cruser
Attractive model of this small Italian cruser
£32.00
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(Product Ref #38408)
She was one of the battleships that Germany was allowed to keep after WW1 and, after fleet service, she was converted to a radio-controlled target ship.
She was one of the battleships that Germany was allowed to keep after WW1 and, after fleet service, she was converted to a radio-controlled target ship.
£35.00
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(Product Ref #74579)
A 1/1250 scale resin model of the quayside, the railway goods &amp; passenger station of the liner terminal at Bremerhaven as it was in the 1930s by Coastlines Models CL-HM-A18N.<br /><br />Although the model is based on an HM master model, the model has been refined and a new mould made to produce a more accurate waterline model of the Art Deco Transatlantic Terminus in 1938.<br /><br />The model has been cast to a quay height of 4mm
A 1/1250 scale resin model of the quayside, the railway goods & passenger station of the liner terminal at Bremerhaven as it was in the 1930s by Coastlines Models CL-HM-A18N.

Although the model is based on an HM master model, the model has been refined and a new mould made to produce a more accurate waterline model of the Art Deco Transatlantic Terminus in 1938.

The model has been cast to a quay height of 4mm
£99.00
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(Product Ref #75254)
A 1/1250 scale model of Empress of India in 1922 by CM-Miniaturen CM166.<br /><br />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.
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 model of Levante 1939 by Albatros SM AL281.<br /><br />The largest and newest of the ships of the Atlas Levante line of Bremen at the outbreak of WW2, Levante was requisitioned as a troopship and was surrendered in Oslo in 1945 becoming the British Empire Kent.
A 1/1250 scale model of Levante 1939 by Albatros SM AL281.

The largest and newest of the ships of the Atlas Levante line of Bremen at the outbreak of WW2, Levante was requisitioned as a troopship and was surrendered in Oslo in 1945 becoming the British Empire Kent.
£82.00
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(Product Ref #89013)
A 1/1250 scale model of Drottningholm 1n 1944 on diplomatic and repatriation duties by Albatros SM AL71S.<br /><br />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.
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 Corfu by Albatros SM AL282A.<br /><br />Corfu and her sister-ship Carthage were liners for secondary services of P&amp;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&amp;O for post-war service.
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.
£106.50
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(Product Ref #89040)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand wooden waterline model of the Swedish coast defence ship Gustav V in WW2. The model is in very good original condition and is believed to have been made in Germany, see photograph.
A 1/1250 scale second-hand wooden waterline model of the Swedish coast defence ship Gustav V in WW2. The model is in very good original condition and is believed to have been made in Germany, see photograph.
£24.00
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(Product Ref #107028)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand wooden model of HMS Renown. This is an excellent model hadmade and painted in the 1942 disruptive camouflage pattern that the ship carried at that time, see photograph.
A 1/1250 scale second-hand wooden model of HMS Renown. This is an excellent model hadmade and painted in the 1942 disruptive camouflage pattern that the ship carried at that time, see photograph.
£60.00
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(Product Ref #107026)
A 1/1250 scale secondhand model of HMS Aurora in 1939 by Argonaut A1108.<br /><br />This model is in very good original condition, see photograph.
A 1/1250 scale secondhand model of HMS Aurora in 1939 by Argonaut A1108.

This model is in very good original condition, see photograph.
£34.00
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(Product Ref #107025)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand wooden waterline model of HMS Norfolk in a 1941 camouflage pattern. This model is in excellent original condition, see photograph.
A 1/1250 scale second-hand wooden waterline model of HMS Norfolk in a 1941 camouflage pattern. This model is in excellent original condition, see photograph.
£50.00
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(Product Ref #107027)
A 1/1250 scale model of a modern Netherlands navy tug of the Noordzee-class by Rhenania Rhe183. There are currently 3 ships in the class, A872, Waddenzee and A873 Oostzee being the others.
A 1/1250 scale model of a modern Netherlands navy tug of the Noordzee-class by Rhenania Rhe183. There are currently 3 ships in the class, A872, Waddenzee and A873 Oostzee being the others.
£20.00
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(Product Ref #107031)
A 1/1250 scale metal waterline model of Astrolabe the current French Arctic support vessel by Klabautermann KLA-X 14.
A 1/1250 scale metal waterline model of Astrolabe the current French Arctic support vessel by Klabautermann KLA-X 14.
£82.00
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(Product Ref #107029)
A 1/1250 scale waterline model of Diana  P. Doehle's Sietas type 21 coaster from 1960.
A 1/1250 scale waterline model of Diana  P. Doehle's Sietas type 21 coaster from 1960.
£46.00
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(Product Ref #107030)
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