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A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Illustrious as fleet flagship in 2007. This model has been deleted from the catalogue and Albatros has said that he will not make any more.....<br />Length approx 170mm / 6½in.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Illustrious as fleet flagship in 2007. This model has been deleted from the catalogue and Albatros has said that he will not make any more.....
Length approx 170mm / 6½in.
£92.50
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(Product Ref #71221)
<p><span style="font-size: small;">An impressive Albatros diecast metal waterline model of the RFA Largs Bay L3006 Landing ship that went to Australia and is now HMAS Choules!</span></p>

An impressive Albatros diecast metal waterline model of the RFA Largs Bay L3006 Landing ship that went to Australia and is now HMAS Choules!

£87.00
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(Product Ref #68544)
1461 Le Fantasque, Z 1936, Destroyer. 2.569 / 2.800 t, 37 kn. 5-13.8 cm, 4-3.7 cm, 9 TR 55 cm, 50 mines. 210 man crew. Fought against British invasion attempts in Dakar in 1940, and survived until 1959. 6 units in class, 2 of them self-scuttled in Toulon, rest broken up from 1956 onwards
1461 Le Fantasque, Z 1936, Destroyer. 2.569 / 2.800 t, 37 kn. 5-13.8 cm, 4-3.7 cm, 9 TR 55 cm, 50 mines. 210 man crew. Fought against British invasion attempts in Dakar in 1940, and survived until 1959. 6 units in class, 2 of them self-scuttled in Toulon, rest broken up from 1956 onwards
£29.20
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(Product Ref #88795)
One of&nbsp;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,&nbsp;Enterprise was mainly employed in the Atlantic.
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.
£49.75
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(Product Ref #92604)
Built to replace the old WW1 monitors which had been built in haste in WW1 and were particularly underpowered, she had an active war (unlike her sister, Abercrombie which spent most of the time under repair!)<BR>When the new Saltash Bridge was opened in the 1960s, Roberts and Triumph could be seen laid up underneath!
Built to replace the old WW1 monitors which had been built in haste in WW1 and were particularly underpowered, she had an active war (unlike her sister, Abercrombie which spent most of the time under repair!)
When the new Saltash Bridge was opened in the 1960s, Roberts and Triumph could be seen laid up underneath!
£52.50
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(Product Ref #80685)
£13.00
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(Product Ref #61237)
Most of the anti-submarine sloops and frigates have yet to be modelled by Neptun. Until they are, this is the best available!
Most of the anti-submarine sloops and frigates have yet to be modelled by Neptun. Until they are, this is the best available!
£26.95
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(Product Ref #60928)
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.
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.
£53.95
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(Product Ref #60096)
A 1/1250 scale secondhand model of HMS Indefatigable by Navis Neptun 1111. The model is in as new condition but apart from the aircraft on deck. See photograph. <br /><br />Compared to the Illustrious class carriers, the attempt to work in more deck armour and to increase the avgas storage resulted in an inability to accommodate jets and large modern aircraft in the hangars. After WW2, Indefatigable and Implacable spent most of their time in reserve and they were scrapped early as a result.
A 1/1250 scale secondhand model of HMS Indefatigable by Navis Neptun 1111. The model is in as new condition but apart from the aircraft on deck. See photograph. 

Compared to the Illustrious class carriers, the attempt to work in more deck armour and to increase the avgas storage resulted in an inability to accommodate jets and large modern aircraft in the hangars. After WW2, Indefatigable and Implacable spent most of their time in reserve and they were scrapped early as a result.
£70.00
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(Product Ref #60092)
The most famous and, in terms of aircraft carrying capacity, the largest of the Royal Navy's carriers in WW2.<br /><br />The Swordfish aircraft are not included. They are available, unpainted, as a seperate item, Navis NF35 Fairey Swordfish (our ref 89035).
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).
£100.00
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(Product Ref #60089)
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)
Detailed fully finished model of Royal Navy heavy cruiser HMS Sussex, 1942.
Detailed fully finished model of Royal Navy heavy cruiser HMS Sussex, 1942.
£59.95
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(Product Ref #58333)
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)
The model represents the standard British wartime destroyer, as built.
The model represents the standard British wartime destroyer, as built.
£26.95
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(Product Ref #56010)
<p>New release from Navis Neptun in 2011 - fine detail as usual from Neptun of HMS London that was built as name ship of a class of cruisers that numbered just 4. London became the heaviest cruiser in the RN after a rebuild in 2/41. Model is in post rebuild form and in overall grey finish.<br><br></p>

New release from Navis Neptun in 2011 - fine detail as usual from Neptun of HMS London that was built as name ship of a class of cruisers that numbered just 4. London became the heaviest cruiser in the RN after a rebuild in 2/41. Model is in post rebuild form and in overall grey finish.

£59.50
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(Product Ref #41329)
Tirpitz differed from Bismarck in that she was fitted with torpedo tubes (taken from KMS Leipzig after she was badly damaged in the Norwegian campaign) for commerce raiding.
Tirpitz differed from Bismarck in that she was fitted with torpedo tubes (taken from KMS Leipzig after she was badly damaged in the Norwegian campaign) for commerce raiding.
£89.00
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(Product Ref #70837)
An exquisitively detailed die-cast metal model of the famous German 'Pocket' battleship sent to patrol in the Atlantic before the start of WW2, her raiding came to an end at the Battle of the River Plate.<br><br>The length of the model is 5.9" which is quite aptly the size of the ships secondary armament.
An exquisitively detailed die-cast metal model of the famous German 'Pocket' battleship sent to patrol in the Atlantic before the start of WW2, her raiding came to an end at the Battle of the River Plate.

The length of the model is 5.9" which is quite aptly the size of the ships secondary armament.
£57.50
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(Product Ref #62275)
HMS Hood was the lead ship of a class of 4 battlecruisers. After the Battle of Jutland, Hood was re-designed to include more armour but the result was not entirely satisfactory and design work continued on the three sisters. At the end of WW1, the sisterships were cancelled and plans were prepared for the G3 Battlecruisers (see Neptun 1108) but they too were cancelled following the 1922 Washington Treaty. Hood remained the sole example and the last British battlecruiser to be built.
HMS Hood was the lead ship of a class of 4 battlecruisers. After the Battle of Jutland, Hood was re-designed to include more armour but the result was not entirely satisfactory and design work continued on the three sisters. At the end of WW1, the sisterships were cancelled and plans were prepared for the G3 Battlecruisers (see Neptun 1108) but they too were cancelled following the 1922 Washington Treaty. Hood remained the sole example and the last British battlecruiser to be built.
£50.00
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(Product Ref #61245)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the United States of 1952. She was the fastest transatlantic liner ever and is still afloat today......
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 the Cunard Line Caronia. The ship was designed for luxury cruising and was known as the green goddess.
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.
£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.
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 metal model of&nbsp;Cunard's second Mauretania, built in&nbsp;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.
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 P&amp;O Cruises Adonia. The smallest cruise ship in the current P&amp;O fleet but being sold to Azamara cruises to become Azamara&nbsp;Pursuit in 2018.
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)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the Cunarder Carpathia that rescued the survivors of the Titanic disater.
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, fully assembled and painted,&nbsp;metal, waterline&nbsp;model of&nbsp;Berengaria (ex-Imperator), a Cunard transatlantic liner from 1922.<BR>&nbsp;<BR>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&nbsp;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.
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 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.
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)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the famous Cunarder, Queen Elizabeth, modelled in her prime and in full Cunard livery after the war.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the famous Cunarder, Queen Elizabeth, modelled in her prime and in full Cunard livery after the war.
£64.50
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(Product Ref #99969)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the Queen Mary 2, the largest passenger liner in the world today.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the Queen Mary 2, the largest passenger liner in the world today.
£99.00
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(Product Ref #99967)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Rex the only Italian ship to win the Blue Riband.<BR><BR><BR>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.&nbsp; A sad end to a magnificent ship.
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)
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