A 1/1250 scale model of Beaverbrae 1948-54 by CM Miniaturen CM-KR 459.
A 1/1250 scale model of Beaverbrae 1948-54 by CM Miniaturen CM-KR 459.
£67.50
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(Product Ref #109418)
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
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
£66.99
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(Product Ref #109428)
A 1/1250 scale model of the German repair ship Huascaran in 1943 by CM Miniaturen CM-P 72
A 1/1250 scale model of the German repair ship Huascaran in 1943 by CM Miniaturen CM-P 72
£71.50
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(Product Ref #109430)
A 1/1250 scale model of Osorno as a blockade runner in 1941 by CM Miniaturen CM-P 120.
A 1/1250 scale model of Osorno as a blockade runner in 1941 by CM Miniaturen CM-P 120.
£65.00
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(Product Ref #109420)
Hetigruten is commissioning stunning new ships that are a far cry from its beginnings. The Roald Amundsen is a fine example with state of the art drive system supplied by the marine division of Rolls Royce. Collectors model captured well in die-cast metal  by Albatros. <br /><br />
Hetigruten is commissioning stunning new ships that are a far cry from its beginnings. The Roald Amundsen is a fine example with state of the art drive system supplied by the marine division of Rolls Royce. Collectors model captured well in die-cast metal  by Albatros. 

£87.50
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(Product Ref #107943)
Albatros ALK332 1/1250th British Esk BP Tanker Waterline Model
Albatros ALK332 1/1250th British Esk BP Tanker Waterline Model
£87.50
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(Product Ref #107938)
Judging by the equipment carried, this is Diligence after the 2009 refit. Digilence was retired from the RN in June 2016
Judging by the equipment carried, this is Diligence after the 2009 refit. Digilence was retired from the RN in June 2016
£67.95
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(Product Ref #74882)
4x landing craft to accompany HMAS Canberra or Juan Carlos 1 by Albatros SM Alk-Z20, see photograph (diorama not included with models)
4x landing craft to accompany HMAS Canberra or Juan Carlos 1 by Albatros SM Alk-Z20, see photograph (diorama not included with models)
£15.50
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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 metal model of USS Duncan in 1966 by Spidernavy SN 3-05.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of USS Duncan in 1966 by Spidernavy SN 3-05.
£53.50
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(Product Ref #109316)
<p>A 1/1250 scale model of Norton Sound, AVM-1, as a missile trials ship. Norton Sound started as a seaplane tender in WW2. She served off Okinawa and around Japan until 1946. Thereafter, she operated as a trials ship for many programmes until 1986. Here she is modelled as she looked in 1961.</p>

A 1/1250 scale model of Norton Sound, AVM-1, as a missile trials ship. Norton Sound started as a seaplane tender in WW2. She served off Okinawa and around Japan until 1946. Thereafter, she operated as a trials ship for many programmes until 1986. Here she is modelled as she looked in 1961.

£92.00
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(Product Ref #99466)
<p>A 1/1250 scale metal waterline model of USS Little Rock. Little Rock, CLG 4, was a converted Cleveland-class light cruiser (ex-CL 92) carrying two missile launches and 46 Talos surface to air missiles. She recommissioned in this form in 1960 and is modelled in 1973 condition. After decommissioning in 1976, she was preserved as a memorial ship.</p>

A 1/1250 scale metal waterline model of USS Little Rock. Little Rock, CLG 4, was a converted Cleveland-class light cruiser (ex-CL 92) carrying two missile launches and 46 Talos surface to air missiles. She recommissioned in this form in 1960 and is modelled in 1973 condition. After decommissioning in 1976, she was preserved as a memorial ship.

£108.50
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(Product Ref #98718)
A 1/1250 scale metal, waterline model of HMS Tenacious, an S-class destroyer. The model was introduced in 2013 by NN Cad, an offshoot from Navis Neptun but is now manufactured by Spider Navy.<br />A model of an S/T-class destroyer with lattice masts &amp; 4.7" guns, Tenacious survived the war, as did the rest of the Ts, to be scrapped at Troon in 1965. A very fine, crisply detailed metal waterline model indeed.
A 1/1250 scale metal, waterline model of HMS Tenacious, an S-class destroyer. The model was introduced in 2013 by NN Cad, an offshoot from Navis Neptun but is now manufactured by Spider Navy.
A model of an S/T-class destroyer with lattice masts & 4.7" guns, Tenacious survived the war, as did the rest of the Ts, to be scrapped at Troon in 1965. A very fine, crisply detailed metal waterline model indeed.
£42.00
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<p>A 1/1250 scale metal model of an LSG, HMS Derwentdale of 1941-60. Three RFA tankers (Derwentdale, Dewdale &amp; Ennerdale) were converted when building to carry and launch landing craft. They still retained their ability to transport bulk liquids plus 15 LCM (1)s and 215 troops. All three were retained in navy service until 1959 and Derwentdale continued in merchant service as Irvingdale.</p>

A 1/1250 scale metal model of an LSG, HMS Derwentdale of 1941-60. Three RFA tankers (Derwentdale, Dewdale & Ennerdale) were converted when building to carry and launch landing craft. They still retained their ability to transport bulk liquids plus 15 LCM (1)s and 215 troops. All three were retained in navy service until 1959 and Derwentdale continued in merchant service as Irvingdale.

£108.50
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(Product Ref #89029)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the IJN transport Kagu Maru in 1942.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the IJN transport Kagu Maru in 1942.
£92.00
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(Product Ref #109319)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of USS Mindanao AGR.3 in 1944 by Spidernavy SN 2-06. Mindanao was a Liberty ship converted for the Navy in 1943 to repair internal combustion engines.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of USS Mindanao AGR.3 in 1944 by Spidernavy SN 2-06. Mindanao was a Liberty ship converted for the Navy in 1943 to repair internal combustion engines.
£88.50
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(Product Ref #109318)
A 1/1250 scale metal waterline model of Uss Florida, BB30, in 1929. The model has a float plane on the catapult mounted on the midships turret. The original mainmast with its after main armament director had to be removed from the ship to fit the catapult and a pole mast was fitted instead. The London Treaty prevented the further modification to upgrade Florida &amp; her sister Utah by increasing the maximum elevation of the main guns and so Florida was withdrawn and scrapped and Utah became a target ship as the treaty came into effect.
A 1/1250 scale metal waterline model of Uss Florida, BB30, in 1929. The model has a float plane on the catapult mounted on the midships turret. The original mainmast with its after main armament director had to be removed from the ship to fit the catapult and a pole mast was fitted instead. The London Treaty prevented the further modification to upgrade Florida & her sister Utah by increasing the maximum elevation of the main guns and so Florida was withdrawn and scrapped and Utah became a target ship as the treaty came into effect.
£92.50
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(Product Ref #101717)
Spidernavy 1:1250 scale waterline model of the Sumatra.
Spidernavy 1:1250 scale waterline model of the Sumatra.
£45.00
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(Product Ref #99572)
<p>A model of a sail-powered ship from the American War of Independence.</p>

A model of a sail-powered ship from the American War of Independence.

£63.50
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A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Bishopdale in 1944 by Spidernavy SN 2-13.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Bishopdale in 1944 by Spidernavy SN 2-13.
£100.00
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(Product Ref #109317)
Spidernavy brings you SN 2-01 a 1/1250th scale diecast ship model of the Modified Black Swan-class anti-submarine sloop, HMS Starling. Starling was the best known of these ships because it was the ship from which Walker commanded his successful U-boat hunting group in 1943.
Spidernavy brings you SN 2-01 a 1/1250th scale diecast ship model of the Modified Black Swan-class anti-submarine sloop, HMS Starling. Starling was the best known of these ships because it was the ship from which Walker commanded his successful U-boat hunting group in 1943.
£33.50
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(Product Ref #98711)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Valiant during WW2 by Navis Neptun 1104A. This model is fully finished and painted in overall light grey, see photograph.<br /><br />Extensively modernised at the start of WW2, Valiant served effectively with the Mediterranean and Far Eastern Fleets.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Valiant during WW2 by Navis Neptun 1104A. This model is fully finished and painted in overall light grey, see photograph.

Extensively modernised at the start of WW2, Valiant served effectively with the Mediterranean and Far Eastern Fleets.
£66.00
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(Product Ref #64786)
Navis Neptune 's nicely detailed model of the name ship of what was probably Britain's most successful battleship class. KGV had a most successful war, sinking the Bismark along with Rodney among others, and heading the British Pacific Fleet at Sagami Bay for the Japanese surrender.
Navis Neptune 's nicely detailed model of the name ship of what was probably Britain's most successful battleship class. KGV had a most successful war, sinking the Bismark along with Rodney among others, and heading the British Pacific Fleet at Sagami Bay for the Japanese surrender.
£84.00
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(Product Ref #62790)
All Neptun V&amp;W destroyers have 4.7" guns. The Rhenania V&amp;Ws are fitted with the earlier 4" gun (and have pennant numbers).
All Neptun V&W destroyers have 4.7" guns. The Rhenania V&Ws are fitted with the earlier 4" gun (and have pennant numbers).
£24.95
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A 1/1250 scale secondhand metal model of the British aircraft carrier, HMS Indomitable by Navis Neptun 1113A. This ship model is in excellent original condition, see photograph and has a large number of aircraft on deck aft.

Indomitable was built to a modified design to the Illustrious-class with a double deck hangar towards the stern. On completion in 1941, she was sent to the Caribean to work up but was badly damaged in a grounding and missed accompanying HMS Prince of Wales and HMS Repulse to the Far East. After WW2, she was unable to accommodate jet aircraft in her low hangars and so was in reserve until scrapping.
£88.00
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A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Indefatigable by Navis Neptun 1111. The model is fully finished and painted. 

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.
£95.00
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(Product Ref #60092)
The Hood, considered by many the most handsome capital ship ever and a British Icon, modelled in diecast metal as at the time when she encountered Bismarck<br /><br />length = 210mm
The Hood, considered by many the most handsome capital ship ever and a British Icon, modelled in diecast metal as at the time when she encountered Bismarck

length = 210mm
£91.00
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(Product Ref #58329)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of U459, a German Type XIV U-boat designed to re-supply the Type VII U-boats at sea&nbsp;and keep them on patrol for longer. These submarines were known by the German submariners as "Milch Cows"&nbsp;
A 1/1250 scale metal model of U459, a German Type XIV U-boat designed to re-supply the Type VII U-boats at sea and keep them on patrol for longer. These submarines were known by the German submariners as "Milch Cows" 
£13.50
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New for 2010! Only two of these single-funnel variants were completed. Both went into reserve within three years and were never re-activated before withdrawal.
New for 2010! Only two of these single-funnel variants were completed. Both went into reserve within three years and were never re-activated before withdrawal.
£57.50
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(Product Ref #82002)
These "Large Slow Targets" saw service with most of the Allied Navies during the European Landings.
These "Large Slow Targets" saw service with most of the Allied Navies during the European Landings.
£20.00
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(Product Ref #70840)
£7.00
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(Product Ref #70294)
This ship was intended for the Royal Navy (hence the name) but was retained in the western Atlantic for Fleet Air Arm pilot training.
This ship was intended for the Royal Navy (hence the name) but was retained in the western Atlantic for Fleet Air Arm pilot training.
£61.00
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(Product Ref #65163)
New for 2010! Neptun has ascribed the name "Saint Andrew" but others have suggested "Invincible". No names were ever allocated but the first two ships were ordered for the Royal Navy.
New for 2010! Neptun has ascribed the name "Saint Andrew" but others have suggested "Invincible". No names were ever allocated but the first two ships were ordered for the Royal Navy.
£85.00
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(Product Ref #84007)
After WW1, the R-class Battleships were re-fitted with anti-torpedo bulges but they were never considered the equal of the earlier Queen Elizabeth class and were not scheduled for further improvement. They served throughout WW2 on less spectacular assignments and all survived to be scrapped after the war.
After WW1, the R-class Battleships were re-fitted with anti-torpedo bulges but they were never considered the equal of the earlier Queen Elizabeth class and were not scheduled for further improvement. They served throughout WW2 on less spectacular assignments and all survived to be scrapped after the war.
£65.50
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(Product Ref #84006)
Following experience with the earlier Flower Class Corvettes (see HMS Begonia), the break in the weather deck was extended to abaft the bridge in an attempt to make them drier in the long swells of the Atlantic.
Following experience with the earlier Flower Class Corvettes (see HMS Begonia), the break in the weather deck was extended to abaft the bridge in an attempt to make them drier in the long swells of the Atlantic.
£15.75
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(Product Ref #70506)
Otherwise known as the "Tiddly Quid", she served as "Archangelsk" in the Soviet navy at the end of WW2.
Otherwise known as the "Tiddly Quid", she served as "Archangelsk" in the Soviet navy at the end of WW2.
£65.50
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(Product Ref #69449)
A representative of a class of 25 armed trawlers built for the German Navy.
A representative of a class of 25 armed trawlers built for the German Navy.
£12.75
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(Product Ref #66661)
This was intended as a standard design to be made in larger numbers than the super destroyers that had been made between the world wars but the fall of France in 1940 meant that very few were completed.
This was intended as a standard design to be made in larger numbers than the super destroyers that had been made between the world wars but the fall of France in 1940 meant that very few were completed.
£28.10
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£29.20
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(Product Ref #6811)
A 1/1250 scale waterline model of HMS K26 in 1923 by Coastlines Models CL-SS19a.
A 1/1250 scale waterline model of HMS K26 in 1923 by Coastlines Models CL-SS19a.
£12.00
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(Product Ref #109301)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Graf Zeppelin by Navis Neptun, 1010.<br /><br />Germany's aircraft carrier was never completed, although externally she appeared to be complete and was frequently targetted for bombing raids. The hulk was salvaged by the USSR, loaded with war booty and towed away. It is believed that she sank under tow. A second sistership, which might have been called Peter Strasser, was also ordered but not built.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Graf Zeppelin by Navis Neptun, 1010.

Germany's aircraft carrier was never completed, although externally she appeared to be complete and was frequently targetted for bombing raids. The hulk was salvaged by the USSR, loaded with war booty and towed away. It is believed that she sank under tow. A second sistership, which might have been called Peter Strasser, was also ordered but not built.
£96.00
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This model is painted pale grey. We also stock a version in Baltic camouflage. When Bismarck left Germany for the North Atlantic, she was painted in Baltic camouflage but the black and white stripes were painted out in Norwegian waters before she left for the Denmark Strait and the meeting with Hood and Prince of Wales.
This model is painted pale grey. We also stock a version in Baltic camouflage. When Bismarck left Germany for the North Atlantic, she was painted in Baltic camouflage but the black and white stripes were painted out in Norwegian waters before she left for the Denmark Strait and the meeting with Hood and Prince of Wales.
£89.00
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(Product Ref #65486)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of SPBR 29 by Navis Neptun 1029.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of SPBR 29 by Navis Neptun 1029.
£47.00
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(Product Ref #62788)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of KMS Prinz Eugen in 1941 by Navis Neptun 1030, see photograph.<br /><br />Modelled as she appeared for her Atlantic sortie with Bismarck. Clearly a lucky ship, she survived WW2 in the form modelled as Neptun No.1030A.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of KMS Prinz Eugen in 1941 by Navis Neptun 1030, see photograph.

Modelled as she appeared for her Atlantic sortie with Bismarck. Clearly a lucky ship, she survived WW2 in the form modelled as Neptun No.1030A.
£63.00
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(Product Ref #55169)
£36.95
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(Product Ref #41224)
<br />When Gneisenau returned to Germany, she was docked for repairs without de-ammunitioning ship. The RAF attacked and a bomb hit exploded the forward magazine and destroyed Anton turret. It was decided to repair the ship with 6 x 15" guns and this model is based on the magnificent builders model of what was intended.<br /><br />The bow was removed to fit a longer forecastle and the remaining 11" guns and turrets were sent to strengthen the Atlantic Wall but work was halted in favour of other priority construction. The hulk was used as a blockship at Gotahaven (Gdynia) and there it remained until the end of the 1950s.

When Gneisenau returned to Germany, she was docked for repairs without de-ammunitioning ship. The RAF attacked and a bomb hit exploded the forward magazine and destroyed Anton turret. It was decided to repair the ship with 6 x 15" guns and this model is based on the magnificent builders model of what was intended.

The bow was removed to fit a longer forecastle and the remaining 11" guns and turrets were sent to strengthen the Atlantic Wall but work was halted in favour of other priority construction. The hulk was used as a blockship at Gotahaven (Gdynia) and there it remained until the end of the 1950s.
£81.30
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(Product Ref #89689)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Weser by Navis Neptun 1011.<br /><br />Building work on the fourth Hipper-class cruiser, Seydlitz, was suspended in October 1939 at 85% completion. A little over a year later, it was decided to complete the ship as an auxiliary aircraft carrier to the design of this model and the name Weser was allocated.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Weser by Navis Neptun 1011.

Building work on the fourth Hipper-class cruiser, Seydlitz, was suspended in October 1939 at 85% completion. A little over a year later, it was decided to complete the ship as an auxiliary aircraft carrier to the design of this model and the name Weser was allocated.
£74.00
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A 1/1250 scale metal model of the O, P, Q battlecruisers proposed under the German Z-Plan to be completed by 1945.<br /><br /> These mythical monsters would have been countered by the British G3 battlecruisers cancelled under the Washington Treaty of 1922
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the O, P, Q battlecruisers proposed under the German Z-Plan to be completed by 1945.

These mythical monsters would have been countered by the British G3 battlecruisers cancelled under the Washington Treaty of 1922
£82.00
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(Product Ref #68927)

Swift was larger and faster than most light cruisers at the time and was employed as a flotilla leader on the Dover Patrol.

£12.00
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<P>The destroyers in this class were an attempt to produce a more seaworthy ship at the expense of top speed. They served on front line duties throughout most of WW1. These Beagle-class destroyers were re-designated G-class in 1913.</P>

The destroyers in this class were an attempt to produce a more seaworthy ship at the expense of top speed. They served on front line duties throughout most of WW1. These Beagle-class destroyers were re-designated G-class in 1913.

£9.00
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A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Bristol in WW1 by Navis Neptun 147. Currently, there is no "N" model of this ship but it is an essential model for collectors wishing to complete sets of the battles of Coronel and Falklands (represents HMS Glasgow).
£21.50
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(Product Ref #83698)
A succesful design for the Royal Navy. Some of these also served throughout WW2. Neptun do not make a WW2 version, so this is the nearest equivalent model.
A succesful design for the Royal Navy. Some of these also served throughout WW2. Neptun do not make a WW2 version, so this is the nearest equivalent model.
£16.00
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A standard British Destroyer design which entered service in the middle of WW1.
A standard British Destroyer design which entered service in the middle of WW1.
£18.00
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(Product Ref #73332)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Lion in 1914 by Navis Neptun 124N.<br /><br />HMS Lion is modelled with a small tripod mast, ahead of the fore funnel, as carried from 1914. Early in the battle of Jutland, Lion was hit by a 12" shell from Hipper's flagship, Lutzow, that almost proved fatal.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Lion in 1914 by Navis Neptun 124N.

HMS Lion is modelled with a small tripod mast, ahead of the fore funnel, as carried from 1914. Early in the battle of Jutland, Lion was hit by a 12" shell from Hipper's flagship, Lutzow, that almost proved fatal.
£64.50
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(Product Ref #64892)
The Lion class was altered to correct the design deficiencies compared with the Japanese Kongo, building in Britain at the time.Tiger was the result but she did not perform as well as expected in WW1 and was scrapped under the Washington Treaty arrangements before WW2.
The Lion class was altered to correct the design deficiencies compared with the Japanese Kongo, building in Britain at the time.Tiger was the result but she did not perform as well as expected in WW1 and was scrapped under the Washington Treaty arrangements before WW2.
£65.50
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(Product Ref #64891)
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 German commerce raider Thor by Navis Neptun 1022.<br /><br />Painted to a nondescript livery to disguise her German identity before the introduction of all gray by the Allies, she cruised round the world to Japan.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the German commerce raider Thor by Navis Neptun 1022.

Painted to a nondescript livery to disguise her German identity before the introduction of all gray by the Allies, she cruised round the world to Japan.
£50.50
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(Product Ref #66522)
<p>A 1/1250 scale metal model of the German commerce raider Stier by Navis Neptun 1023.</p>

A 1/1250 scale metal model of the German commerce raider Stier by Navis Neptun 1023.

£48.00
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(Product Ref #65791)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Orion HSK-1 by Navis Neptun 1020.<br /><br />Originally built for the Hamburg Amerika Line the Orion commissioned on the 9th December 1939 and sailed on 6th April 1940. Almost survived the war, not being sunk until 4th May 1945 by aircraft at Swinemunde. In an epic voyage of 510 days she had shared in the destruction or capture of 10 ships.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Orion HSK-1 by Navis Neptun 1020.

Originally built for the Hamburg Amerika Line the Orion commissioned on the 9th December 1939 and sailed on 6th April 1940. Almost survived the war, not being sunk until 4th May 1945 by aircraft at Swinemunde. In an epic voyage of 510 days she had shared in the destruction or capture of 10 ships.
£52.50
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A 1/1250 scale metal model of the German commerce raider Atlantis by Navis Neptun 1021. This model is fully finished and painted, see photograph.<br /><br />Originally built for Hansa Line, commissioned 19th December 1939 and sailed on 11th March 1940 for a voyage of 622 days, during which 22 ships totalling 145,697 succumbed. Atlantis was finally sunk by HMS Devonshire on 23rd november 1941. The survivors were picked up by supply ship Python, herself sunk 1st December by HMS Dorsetshire, with those now surviving rescued by German and Italian submarines.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the German commerce raider Atlantis by Navis Neptun 1021. This model is fully finished and painted, see photograph.

Originally built for Hansa Line, commissioned 19th December 1939 and sailed on 11th March 1940 for a voyage of 622 days, during which 22 ships totalling 145,697 succumbed. Atlantis was finally sunk by HMS Devonshire on 23rd november 1941. The survivors were picked up by supply ship Python, herself sunk 1st December by HMS Dorsetshire, with those now surviving rescued by German and Italian submarines.
£60.00
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(Product Ref #56004)
A 1/1250 scale model of the Danish Royal Yacht Dannebrog before her latest refit by Albatros SM AL119
£50.00
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(Product Ref #109258)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Colombie a French Liner modelled in 1960 condition by Solent Models SOM18.
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 metal model of Federal Line fast freighter Hertford by Solent Models SOM 15.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of Federal Line fast freighter Hertford by Solent Models SOM 15.
£108.00
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A 1/1250 scale metal model of New Zealand Line freighter Haparangi by Solent Models SOM15.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of New Zealand Line freighter Haparangi by Solent Models SOM15.
£108.00
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(Product Ref #109242)
A 1/1250 scale resin model of a Swiftsure class nuclear attack submarine by Coastlines Models CL-SS20
A 1/1250 scale resin model of a Swiftsure class nuclear attack submarine by Coastlines Models CL-SS20
£9.00
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A 1/1250 scale resin model of HMS L55, the only L50 class submarine to see service in WW1 by Coastlines Models CL-SS16a.
£12.00
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A 1/1250 scale resin model of Les Roches Douvres lighthouse and reef in the Channel off the north coast of France by Coastlines Models CL-L29.
A 1/1250 scale resin model of Les Roches Douvres lighthouse and reef in the Channel off the north coast of France by Coastlines Models CL-L29.
£33.00
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(Product Ref #109224)
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