A 1/1250 scale metal model of the Moroccan Sigma 9813 corvette or light frigate of 2011 onwards.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the Moroccan Sigma 9813 corvette or light frigate of 2011 onwards.
£36.75
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A 1/1250 scale model of General Ryabikov a Lama class transport ship, still in service with the Russian Navy. This model has a deck load of covered items....
A 1/1250 scale model of General Ryabikov a Lama class transport ship, still in service with the Russian Navy. This model has a deck load of covered items....
£33.00
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(Product Ref #92231)
New for 2010! The ideal addition to a fleet of KLA-X modern French warships.
New for 2010! The ideal addition to a fleet of KLA-X modern French warships.
£38.00
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(Product Ref #85277)
<p>The first purpose-built signals intelligence ships of the cold war.</p>

The first purpose-built signals intelligence ships of the cold war.

£39.50
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A 1/1250 scale model of MV Hebrides by Rhenania Junior Miniatures RJ 197.
A 1/1250 scale model of MV Hebrides by Rhenania Junior Miniatures RJ 197.
£57.25
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Hammershus is a 1/1250 scale model of Bornholm's latest ferry by Rhenania Junior RJ331.<br /><br /> This new build is designed to provide a more convenient route for freight from Germany to Bornholm without having to go via Copenhagen but the ship has room for 700 passengers and some cars.
Hammershus is a 1/1250 scale model of Bornholm's latest ferry by Rhenania Junior RJ331.

This new build is designed to provide a more convenient route for freight from Germany to Bornholm without having to go via Copenhagen but the ship has room for 700 passengers and some cars.
£103.00
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(Product Ref #109577)
A 1/1250 scale model of Swiss Tiara a hotel boat for river cruising across Europe by Rhenania Junior RJB31.
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)
A 1/1250 scale, metal, waterline model of a Scorpene-type submarine. These submarines are in service with the Chilean, Malasian &amp; Indian navies and some are building for Brazil. Essentially a French design with the ships being built by Navantia in Spain, these diesel electric submarines can be fitted to burn ethanol/oxygen mixtures to operate a steam turbine as an air-independent system of propulsion.<BR>Chilean vessels: O'Higgins &amp; Carrera, Malaysian vessels: Tunku Abdul Rahman &amp; Tun Abdul Razak, Indian vessels: INS Kalvari, INS Khanderi &amp; INS Vela + 3 more on order and 4 are on order for Brazil.
A 1/1250 scale, metal, waterline model of a Scorpene-type submarine. These submarines are in service with the Chilean, Malasian & Indian navies and some are building for Brazil. Essentially a French design with the ships being built by Navantia in Spain, these diesel electric submarines can be fitted to burn ethanol/oxygen mixtures to operate a steam turbine as an air-independent system of propulsion.
Chilean vessels: O'Higgins & Carrera, Malaysian vessels: Tunku Abdul Rahman & Tun Abdul Razak, Indian vessels: INS Kalvari, INS Khanderi & INS Vela + 3 more on order and 4 are on order for Brazil.
£11.50
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(Product Ref #102498)
A 1/1250 scale model of Flamenco by Rhenania Junior RJB34.
A 1/1250 scale model of Flamenco by Rhenania Junior RJB34.
£27.50
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A 1/1250 scale waterline model of Viking Helvetia by Rhenania Junior RJB36.
£27.50
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(Product Ref #111932)
A 1/1250 scale model of Viking Europe by Rhenania Junior Miniaturen RJB32.
A 1/1250 scale model of Viking Europe by Rhenania Junior Miniaturen RJB32.
£27.50
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A 1/1250 scale model of an Atlantis/Wega II set by Rhenania Junior RJ251/252.
A 1/1250 scale model of an Atlantis/Wega II set by Rhenania Junior RJ251/252.
£18.50
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(Product Ref #111933)
A 1/1250 scale waterline model of Hollandia Seaways by Rhenania Junior RJ243.
A 1/1250 scale waterline model of Hollandia Seaways by Rhenania Junior RJ243.
£159.25
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(Product Ref #111934)
A 1/1200 scale second-hand resin model of Australia Star from a Len Jordan kit. The model appears to have been assembled and painted by a professional model maker but the decks have been left I white primer, a style that was fashionable in the 1980s, see photograph.
A 1/1200 scale second-hand resin model of Australia Star from a Len Jordan kit. The model appears to have been assembled and painted by a professional model maker but the decks have been left I white primer, a style that was fashionable in the 1980s, see photograph.
£32.00
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(Product Ref #111939)
A 1/1200 scale second-hand resin model of Ismailia from a Len Jordan kit M19. This model appears to have been made up and painted professionally and is in excellent condition, see photograph.
A 1/1200 scale second-hand resin model of Ismailia from a Len Jordan kit M19. This model appears to have been made up and painted professionally and is in excellent condition, see photograph.
£30.00
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(Product Ref #111938)
A 1/1200 scale second-hand resin model of Beaverdell from a Len Jordan kit. The model appears to have been professionally finished and is in very good condition, see photograph.
A 1/1200 scale second-hand resin model of Beaverdell from a Len Jordan kit. The model appears to have been professionally finished and is in very good condition, see photograph.
£34.00
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(Product Ref #111937)
A 1/1200 scale second-hand model of Drakensburg Castle a Union Castle fast empire ship made and painted from a Len Jordan M11 kit. This model is nicely made and in very good condition, see photograph.
A 1/1200 scale second-hand model of Drakensburg Castle a Union Castle fast empire ship made and painted from a Len Jordan M11 kit. This model is nicely made and in very good condition, see photograph.
£32.00
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(Product Ref #111925)
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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The model shows her in 1930 cruising livery with a white hull. She was still in this livery when she went for scapping at Rosyth, masts cut down to get under the Forth Railway Bridge and lifeboats removed for re-use on other ships.
The model shows her in 1930 cruising livery with a white hull. She was still in this livery when she went for scapping at Rosyth, masts cut down to get under the Forth Railway Bridge and lifeboats removed for re-use on other ships.
£94.75
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(Product Ref #64073)
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.
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 1/1250 scale metal model of the HMNS Johan de Witt in 2007 by Albatros Alk69.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the HMNS Johan de Witt in 2007 by Albatros Alk69.
£85.00
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(Product Ref #70441)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMY Britannia now preserved as a museum ship in the port of Leith, Edinburgh and looking as smart as ever.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMY Britannia now preserved as a museum ship in the port of Leith, Edinburgh and looking as smart as ever.
£49.75
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A 1/1250 scale model of Mendez Nunez, Spanish stealth frigate by Albatros SM Alk621B, arrived March 2020.
A 1/1250 scale model of Mendez Nunez, Spanish stealth frigate by Albatros SM Alk621B, arrived March 2020.
£49.50
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A 1250 scale resin model of the marginal quay at Bangor SSBN US Navy Base in Washington State by Coastlines Models CL-LA08. The Marginal Quay is further up the waterway than the submarine servicing triangular quay that has been previously modelled by Mountford MM310P and the marginal quay is the area where Trident missiles are loaded into the silos on the missile carrying submarines.
A 1250 scale resin model of the marginal quay at Bangor SSBN US Navy Base in Washington State by Coastlines Models CL-LA08. The Marginal Quay is further up the waterway than the submarine servicing triangular quay that has been previously modelled by Mountford MM310P and the marginal quay is the area where Trident missiles are loaded into the silos on the missile carrying submarines.
£120.00
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£6.50
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£82.00
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HMS Tipperary as sunk in World War 1 at the Battle of Jutland<BR><BR><SPAN class=yui-non>&nbsp;</SPAN>One of 4 "Almirante " class ships building in Britain for Chile which were taken over and completed for the Royal Navy. Being larger than Royal Navy destroyers, they were used as Destroyer Leaders in British service. Broke, Botha &amp; Faulknor were sold back to Chile in 1920
HMS Tipperary as sunk in World War 1 at the Battle of Jutland

 One of 4 "Almirante " class ships building in Britain for Chile which were taken over and completed for the Royal Navy. Being larger than Royal Navy destroyers, they were used as Destroyer Leaders in British service. Broke, Botha & Faulknor were sold back to Chile in 1920
£11.00
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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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Originally built as 3 river monitors for Brazil, they were taken over for the Royal Navy in 1914. In July 1915, Mersey and Severn destroyed the cruiser Koenigsberg, blockaded in the Rufiji delta.
Originally built as 3 river monitors for Brazil, they were taken over for the Royal Navy in 1914. In July 1915, Mersey and Severn destroyed the cruiser Koenigsberg, blockaded in the Rufiji delta.
£20.00
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One of these ships survives today (HMS Medusa) and is&nbsp;in Portsmouth Dockyard in dazzle camouflage! (The model is in plain grey).
One of these ships survives today (HMS Medusa) and is in Portsmouth Dockyard in dazzle camouflage! (The model is in plain grey).
£10.95
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Nicely detailed diecast model of this attractive light cruiser.<br>Already under construction by the start of the war, at the Swan Hunter shipyard, <b>Comus</b> 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.<br>A member of the C class of light cruisers,&nbsp;Comus took part in the Battle of Jutland.
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.
£35.95
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One of the follow on battleships after HMS Dreadnought, the Bellerophon class set the fashion for two tripod masts but in other respects they were very similar to Dreadnought herself.
One of the follow on battleships after HMS Dreadnought, the Bellerophon class set the fashion for two tripod masts but in other respects they were very similar to Dreadnought herself.
£58.00
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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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<P>HMS Glatton &amp; her sistership, HMS Gorgon, were being built in Britain as Coast Defence Ships for Norway. They were taken over for the Royal Navy, the guns were modified to take increased charges to increase their range and they were fitted with tripod spotting masts to use for coastal bombardment. HMS Glatton suffered the fate of a fire and magazine explosion in Dover harbour.</P>

HMS Glatton & her sistership, HMS Gorgon, were being built in Britain as Coast Defence Ships for Norway. They were taken over for the Royal Navy, the guns were modified to take increased charges to increase their range and they were fitted with tripod spotting masts to use for coastal bombardment. HMS Glatton suffered the fate of a fire and magazine explosion in Dover harbour.

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<p>After the large Drake-class, the Royal Navy opted for smaller armoured cruisers, built in quantity and the Monmouth class was the result. Overwhelmed off the west coast of Chile at Coronel, by the German armoured cruisers Scharnhorst and Gneisenau,  Monmouth was finished off by Nurnburg a little later in the evening. The Battle of the Falklands was ahead!</p>

After the large Drake-class, the Royal Navy opted for smaller armoured cruisers, built in quantity and the Monmouth class was the result. Overwhelmed off the west coast of Chile at Coronel, by the German armoured cruisers Scharnhorst and Gneisenau,  Monmouth was finished off by Nurnburg a little later in the evening. The Battle of the Falklands was ahead!

£24.50
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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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£31.50
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<p>Model 1402 represents Richelieu after it had been refitted in the USA and in service with the Allies..</p>

Model 1402 represents Richelieu after it had been refitted in the USA and in service with the Allies..

£87.50
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A 1/1250 scale metal model of Yamato by Neptun 1201. This is a fully finished and painted model. see photograph.

With only enough fuel for a one way trip, the fleet flagship was sent to Okinawa to lend her massive firepower to the defenders. En route, she became the final proof that battleships could be eliminated by aircraft alone.
£90.00
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Poor damage control led to her loss following a submarine torpedo strike.
Poor damage control led to her loss following a submarine torpedo strike.
£90.00
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<P>The most famous&nbsp; US WW2 aircraft carrier in a stunning camouflage pattern (1944-45).</P>

The most famous  US WW2 aircraft carrier in a stunning camouflage pattern (1944-45).

£135.00
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<p>Length 155mm beam15mm.<br>Most of the Kent class were rebuilt prior to WW2 and Neptun has modelled the different variations. HMS Cornwall was re-fitted in similar fashion to HMS Berwick.</p>

Length 155mm beam15mm.
Most of the Kent class were rebuilt prior to WW2 and Neptun has modelled the different variations. HMS Cornwall was re-fitted in similar fashion to HMS Berwick.

£59.95
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(Product Ref #62279)
This model represents Repulse during the Norwegian campaign until her sinking with Prince of Wales off Malaya.
This model represents Repulse during the Norwegian campaign until her sinking with Prince of Wales off Malaya.
£87.50
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(Product Ref #62277)
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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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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Patrolling in the Denmark Strait in May 1941, between Greenland and Iceland, Norfolk in the company of Suffolk spotted the Bismark and one of the most momentous naval engagements of all time began!
Patrolling in the Denmark Strait in May 1941, between Greenland and Iceland, Norfolk in the company of Suffolk spotted the Bismark and one of the most momentous naval engagements of all time began!
£59.95
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A 1/1250 scale metal model of the aircraft carrier, HMS Victorious, which served in all theatres during WW2 and was even "lent" to the Americans in the Pacific in 1943 and given a coat of "Chicago" blue paint as camouflage.

Sisterships Formidable & Illustrious have not been modelled by Neptun, so this is the nearest model to those other two famous WW2 carriers.

£95.00
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(Product Ref #65490)
Captain Warburton-Lee of "Hardy" led his destroyers into the 1st Battle of Narvik during which Hardy was sunk and "Captain D" was awarded a posthumous VC.
Captain Warburton-Lee of "Hardy" led his destroyers into the 1st Battle of Narvik during which Hardy was sunk and "Captain D" was awarded a posthumous VC.
£26.95
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Sistership Manxman is also available from Antics in her unique camouflage pattern (model no. T1150).
Sistership Manxman is also available from Antics in her unique camouflage pattern (model no. T1150).
£40.50
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When Force H was hunting Bismarck, Ark Royal's Swordfish attacked Sheffield by mistake! The aircraft returned to Ark Royal and reloaded with contact torpedoes which were more reliable in rough seas andit was one of these that stopped Bismarck in her tracks! HMS Sheffield survived WW2 and subsequently acted the part of HMS Ajax in the film of the Battle of the River Plate!<br /><br />The 'Shiny Sheff'! Should she have been preserved instead of Belfast?
When Force H was hunting Bismarck, Ark Royal's Swordfish attacked Sheffield by mistake! The aircraft returned to Ark Royal and reloaded with contact torpedoes which were more reliable in rough seas andit was one of these that stopped Bismarck in her tracks! HMS Sheffield survived WW2 and subsequently acted the part of HMS Ajax in the film of the Battle of the River Plate!

The 'Shiny Sheff'! Should she have been preserved instead of Belfast?
£57.00
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A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Barham in 1941 by Navis Neptun 1105A. This model is fully finished and painted in overall light grey, see photograph.<br /><br />HMS Barham's  explosive sinking is shown endlessly in TV programmes to depict the end of any Battleship.<br /><br />To get an impression of her in her WW1 heyday as flagship of the 5th Battle Squadron at Jutland, see Warspite (Navis 101N)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Barham in 1941 by Navis Neptun 1105A. This model is fully finished and painted in overall light grey, see photograph.

HMS Barham's  explosive sinking is shown endlessly in TV programmes to depict the end of any Battleship.

To get an impression of her in her WW1 heyday as flagship of the 5th Battle Squadron at Jutland, see Warspite (Navis 101N)
£65.00
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(Product Ref #62798)
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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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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These mid-war Destroyers had x-turret replaced with AA guns. The Canadian Navy ships were all of this variant.
These mid-war Destroyers had x-turret replaced with AA guns. The Canadian Navy ships were all of this variant.
£26.95
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Able to carry essential supplies for a whole flotilla, purpose built ships of this type could be deployed to forward areas, often helping as AA ships in convoys as they were moved about!
Able to carry essential supplies for a whole flotilla, purpose built ships of this type could be deployed to forward areas, often helping as AA ships in convoys as they were moved about!
£52.00
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(Product Ref #70507)
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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A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Ajax in 1939. She differs from her sistership, HMNZS Achilles (also in the battle) in having twin 4"AA gun mountings..
A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Ajax in 1939. She differs from her sistership, HMNZS Achilles (also in the battle) in having twin 4"AA gun mountings..
£51.50
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(Product Ref #70505)
Said to be based on a Smith's Dock design for a Whale Catcher, the early Flowers had a break in the deck line before the bridge, like all fishing boats of the time. In 1942, she was lent to the United States, becoming USS Impulse.
Said to be based on a Smith's Dock design for a Whale Catcher, the early Flowers had a break in the deck line before the bridge, like all fishing boats of the time. In 1942, she was lent to the United States, becoming USS Impulse.
£16.50
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(Product Ref #70291)
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)
<p>New for 2012! At last, a Mark 1 Hunt class escort destroyer from Neptun. These ships were designed to carry 8 main guns but Atherstone capsized whilst fitting out, so B-turret was removed from them all, as modelled here</p>

New for 2012! At last, a Mark 1 Hunt class escort destroyer from Neptun. These ships were designed to carry 8 main guns but Atherstone capsized whilst fitting out, so B-turret was removed from them all, as modelled here

£23.60
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Usual Navis high standard detailing of this superb class of cruiser. The model of Scylla is new in 2011.
£51.00
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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)
Navis Meptun 1130 a 1/1250th scale diecast ship, of the Famous HMS Exeter which was famous for her presence at the Battle of the River Plate. Although badly knocked about herself, her 8" shells caused significant damage to the Graf Spee and determined the outcome of the battle. Subsequently Exeter was sunk in the events around the Battle of the Java Sea.<br><br><span class="yui-non">&nbsp;Approx 5" (120mm) in length</span><br>
Navis Meptun 1130 a 1/1250th scale diecast ship, of the Famous HMS Exeter which was famous for her presence at the Battle of the River Plate. Although badly knocked about herself, her 8" shells caused significant damage to the Graf Spee and determined the outcome of the battle. Subsequently Exeter was sunk in the events around the Battle of the Java Sea.

 Approx 5" (120mm) in length
£51.00
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(Product Ref #56773)
Captain Vian's ship, Cossack, was the leader of this class.
Captain Vian's ship, Cossack, was the leader of this class.
£26.50
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(Product Ref #56011)
Badly damaged whilst escorting the Pedestal Convoy to Malta, she was scuttled off the Lybian coast to avoid her top-secret radar falling into enemy hands.
Badly damaged whilst escorting the Pedestal Convoy to Malta, she was scuttled off the Lybian coast to avoid her top-secret radar falling into enemy hands.
£56.75
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(Product Ref #56009)
<p>Filling a gap in Navis's range, a nice model of Derwent, a Hunt Type III of which there were 28.&nbsp;Four&nbsp; 4" DP guns provided the main armament but 2 x 21" torpedo tubes were provided. Derwent was&nbsp;Vickers Armstrong built, surviving the war but scrapped at Penrhyn in February 1947 during a chilly winter.</p>

Filling a gap in Navis's range, a nice model of Derwent, a Hunt Type III of which there were 28. Four  4" DP guns provided the main armament but 2 x 21" torpedo tubes were provided. Derwent was Vickers Armstrong built, surviving the war but scrapped at Penrhyn in February 1947 during a chilly winter.

£23.60
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(Product Ref #29991)
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 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 German auxiliary that survived WW2 to see service with the British and Belgians
A German auxiliary that survived WW2 to see service with the British and Belgians
£33.75
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(Product Ref #58499)
These torpedo boats were as large as Destroyers in other navies and were deployed as such by the Kriegsmarine during WW2.
These torpedo boats were as large as Destroyers in other navies and were deployed as such by the Kriegsmarine during WW2.
£22.50
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(Product Ref #56013)
£36.95
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(Product Ref #41224)
A 1/1250 scale model of the N3 British battleship design, of which two were ordered in 1921. The model is cast in resin and&nbsp;painted in&nbsp;overall medium grey.&nbsp;Length of model is 21cm.<BR><BR>The&nbsp;British&nbsp;Government intended to&nbsp;order four&nbsp;of the new 9x18" gun battleship class but&nbsp;after the Washington Treaty, the orders were cancelled. It was these ships that were&nbsp;re-designed and fitted with the 16" guns from the also cancelled G3 battlecruisers.&nbsp;The resulting ships&nbsp;became the&nbsp;two smaller ships of the Nelson class that&nbsp;were eventually built in 1927.<BR><BR>
A 1/1250 scale model of the N3 British battleship design, of which two were ordered in 1921. The model is cast in resin and painted in overall medium grey. Length of model is 21cm.

The British Government intended to order four of the new 9x18" gun battleship class but after the Washington Treaty, the orders were cancelled. It was these ships that were re-designed and fitted with the 16" guns from the also cancelled G3 battlecruisers. The resulting ships became the two smaller ships of the Nelson class that were eventually built in 1927.

£72.00
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(Product Ref #93262)
A 1/1250 scale model of the BOS 400 crane barge wreck in Houts Bay, Capetown, South Africa by Coastlines Models CL-SA20.
A 1/1250 scale model of the BOS 400 crane barge wreck in Houts Bay, Capetown, South Africa by Coastlines Models CL-SA20.
£42.00
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(Product Ref #111796)
A 1/1250 scale resin model of HMS Lion as she might have been if she had been completed in 1941 by Coastlines models CL-BS02.<br /><br />The Lion class ships were designed as follow on battleships after  the London Treaty escalator clause allowing for 16" guns to be fitted came into effect. Two ships, Lion &amp; Temeraire, were ordered but the order was cancelled after the start of WW2.
A 1/1250 scale resin model of HMS Lion as she might have been if she had been completed in 1941 by Coastlines models CL-BS02.

The Lion class ships were designed as follow on battleships after  the London Treaty escalator clause allowing for 16" guns to be fitted came into effect. Two ships, Lion & Temeraire, were ordered but the order was cancelled after the start of WW2.
£72.00
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(Product Ref #109961)
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