Royal Navy 1920-1945. Last of the battleships, rise of the carriers. Royal Navy treaty-limited ships from the 1920s and 30s through to war-winning convoy escorts, destroyers and support group sloops.

The Hood, considered the most handsome capital ship ever and a British Icon, modelled in die-cast metal as at the time when she encountered Bismarck with disastrous results. 

length = 210mm
£90.00
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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)
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)
She fought at Jutland and survived WW2. Modelled here in WW2 form, Navis also make her in 1916 guise (100N).
She fought at Jutland and survived WW2. Modelled here in WW2 form, Navis also make her in 1916 guise (100N).
£65.50
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(Product Ref #72418)
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)
A secondhand Navis model 1104B of HMS Warspite in 1943

The most famous and most active of the British battleships in WW2. She also has the distinction of scoring a hit on an enemy ship with her big guns at the longest recorded distance for naval gunfire.
£44.00
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(Product Ref #109223)
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)
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)
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 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)
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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(Product Ref #60093)
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 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 model of HMS Glorious in 1940 by Navis Neptun 1118.<br /><br />Glorious was sunk by Scharnhorst &amp; Gneisenau in 1940 while evacuating troops and aircraft from Norway to the UK.
A 1/1250 scale model of HMS Glorious in 1940 by Navis Neptun 1118.

Glorious was sunk by Scharnhorst & Gneisenau in 1940 while evacuating troops and aircraft from Norway to the UK.
£88.00
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(Product Ref #58330)
The good old Iron Duke as an artillery school ship in 1939.
£62.25
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(Product Ref #54239)
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)
A near sister to HMS Exeter. She was sunk during the battle for Crete.
A near sister to HMS Exeter. She was sunk during the battle for Crete.
£51.00
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(Product Ref #62278)
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 Suffolk by Navis Neptun 1134A. This model is in very good condition in overall medium grey with an aircraft on the catapult but has Suffolk written on the port quarter, see photograph.
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of HMS Suffolk by Navis Neptun 1134A. This model is in very good condition in overall medium grey with an aircraft on the catapult but has Suffolk written on the port quarter, see photograph.
£44.00
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(Product Ref #55167)
<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)
The Old Cruiser Frobisher as refitted, she took part in supporting the D-Day landings in Normandy
The Old Cruiser Frobisher as refitted, she took part in supporting the D-Day landings in Normandy
£53.95
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(Product Ref #58334)
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 metal model of HMS Uganda by Navis Neptun 1140A.<br /><br />Uganda, a member of the Fiji, or Colony, class is modelled in late war configuration. Overall length was 555 feet, giving a model length of 5.3". Small but perfectly formed - Navis's british cruisers are second to none. Nigeria is also available from Antics, modelled as built.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Uganda by Navis Neptun 1140A.

Uganda, a member of the Fiji, or Colony, class is modelled in late war configuration. Overall length was 555 feet, giving a model length of 5.3". Small but perfectly formed - Navis's british cruisers are second to none. Nigeria is also available from Antics, modelled as built.
£51.50
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(Product Ref #61878)
Usual Navis high standard detailing of this superb class of cruiser that did great work, particularly in the Mediterranean sea&nbsp;and at the battle of Spartivento.
Usual Navis high standard detailing of this superb class of cruiser that did great work, particularly in the Mediterranean sea and at the battle of Spartivento.
£51.00
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(Product Ref #56007)
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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(Product Ref #88417)
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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Sister ship to Belfast, she was sunk on Arctic Convoy duty.
Sister ship to Belfast, she was sunk on Arctic Convoy duty.
£60.00
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(Product Ref #68307)
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)
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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(Product Ref #62809)
The Apollo class cruisers were improved Leanders with divided machinery spaces requiring two funnels. They were transferred to Australia before the outbreak of WW2.
The Apollo class cruisers were improved Leanders with divided machinery spaces requiring two funnels. They were transferred to Australia before the outbreak of WW2.
£51.50
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(Product Ref #79124)
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)
Shortly before WW2, Achilles was transfered to the New Zealand Navy and in December 1939 she took part in the Battle of the River Plate with HMSs Ajax and Exeter.
Shortly before WW2, Achilles was transfered to the New Zealand Navy and in December 1939 she took part in the Battle of the River Plate with HMSs Ajax and Exeter.
£51.50
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(Product Ref #56774)
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)
Delhi in wartime configuration, having been re-armed with 5 x 5" dual purpose weapons as main armament during a refit in the USA
Delhi in wartime configuration, having been re-armed with 5 x 5" dual purpose weapons as main armament during a refit in the USA
£43.00
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(Product Ref #61394)
The light cruiser Despatch, modelled in 1940 form, was of 4850 tons displacement and had a main armament of 6 - 6" guns. She was built at Fairfields yard&nbsp;in 1919, surving the war and scrapped at Troon in 1946.
The light cruiser Despatch, modelled in 1940 form, was of 4850 tons displacement and had a main armament of 6 - 6" guns. She was built at Fairfields yard in 1919, surving the war and scrapped at Troon in 1946.
£40.50
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(Product Ref #58337)
One of the WW1 cruisers converted to an AA cruiser for service in WW2. Sunk in 1942 off Cape Bon.
One of the WW1 cruisers converted to an AA cruiser for service in WW2. Sunk in 1942 off Cape Bon.
£38.25
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(Product Ref #64902)
A Cardiff Class Light Cruiser built during WW1, Curlew was reconstructed for an anti-aircraft role, as modelled here, and she was sunk by aircraft off Norway in 1940.
A Cardiff Class Light Cruiser built during WW1, Curlew was reconstructed for an anti-aircraft role, as modelled here, and she was sunk by aircraft off Norway in 1940.
£38.25
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(Product Ref #65151)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of HMS Curlew after conversion to an AA cruiser at the start of WW2 by Navis Neptun of 1149B.
£27.50
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(Product Ref #107941)
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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(Product Ref #62813)
&nbsp;Neptun make other variants of these large destroyers. This represents typical ships as they entered service.
 Neptun make other variants of these large destroyers. This represents typical ships as they entered service.
£26.25
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(Product Ref #65480)
This model shows&nbsp;a destroyer with 2 sets of torpedo tubes (Legion, Gurkha, Lance &amp; Lively); the rest entered service with more AA guns and fewer topedo tubes.
This model shows a destroyer with 2 sets of torpedo tubes (Legion, Gurkha, Lance & Lively); the rest entered service with more AA guns and fewer topedo tubes.
£26.95
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(Product Ref #89789)
Fitted with 8x4" guns on completion when the MkXI 4.7" gun was delayed, all four ships were sunk in 1942 (Lance, Legion, Lively &amp; Gurkha).
Fitted with 8x4" guns on completion when the MkXI 4.7" gun was delayed, all four ships were sunk in 1942 (Lance, Legion, Lively & Gurkha).
£26.95
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(Product Ref #79495)
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)
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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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)
Wartime shortages and the need for better AA defence resulted in a different configuration on the standard destroyer design.
Wartime shortages and the need for better AA defence resulted in a different configuration on the standard destroyer design.
£26.95
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The J/K class were the most modern Destroyers in the Royal Navy at the start of WW2.
The J/K class were the most modern Destroyers in the Royal Navy at the start of WW2.
£26.95
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(Product Ref #65482)
These ships proved vulnerable to air attack in the early days of WW2, so one bank of torpedo tubes was removed and AA guns added together with radar. .
These ships proved vulnerable to air attack in the early days of WW2, so one bank of torpedo tubes was removed and AA guns added together with radar. .
£26.50
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(Product Ref #89790)
These Escort Destroyers had dual purpose guns and were heavily used for AA defence in the Mediterranean during WW2. After the war, they were placed in reserve and most of them had gone by the time that they were 10 years old!
These Escort Destroyers had dual purpose guns and were heavily used for AA defence in the Mediterranean during WW2. After the war, they were placed in reserve and most of them had gone by the time that they were 10 years old!
£24.00
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(Product Ref #75262)
<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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(Product Ref #88942)
<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)
The last of the pre-war standard designs of destroyer before the famous "Tribal" class were designed. They could be distinguished from the H-class by their quintuple torpedo tubes.
The last of the pre-war standard designs of destroyer before the famous "Tribal" class were designed. They could be distinguished from the H-class by their quintuple torpedo tubes.
£26.95
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(Product Ref #65483)
The model represents the Admiralty H class but not the later requisitioned versions being built for overseas customers in 1939. 4 of this type were at the first Battle of Narvik in April 1940
The model represents the Admiralty H class but not the later requisitioned versions being built for overseas customers in 1939. 4 of this type were at the first Battle of Narvik in April 1940
£26.95
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(Product Ref #65484)
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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(Product Ref #65485)
Some of the elderly destroyers were modified during WW2 to provide better defence against aircraft. This model is typical of the result of conversion.
Some of the elderly destroyers were modified during WW2 to provide better defence against aircraft. This model is typical of the result of conversion.
£24.95
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(Product Ref #79125)
Detailed fully finished waterline model of Royal Navy destroyer HMS Vivien in 1939.
Detailed fully finished waterline model of Royal Navy destroyer HMS Vivien in 1939.
£24.75
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(Product Ref #62281)
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)
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)
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)
Detailed fully finished model of Royal Navy minesweeper HMS Bangor, 1940.
Detailed fully finished model of Royal Navy minesweeper HMS Bangor, 1940.
£13.00
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(Product Ref #85069)
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)
<p>A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of the minelayer Hampton Ferry by Navis Neptun 1195. This former train ferry was pressed into use as an auxilliary minelayer during WW2 when ferry services to Europe were no longer possible, modelled in overall dark grey. The model is in good condition but the paint appears to have been re-touched at the bow, see photograph</p>

A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of the minelayer Hampton Ferry by Navis Neptun 1195. This former train ferry was pressed into use as an auxilliary minelayer during WW2 when ferry services to Europe were no longer possible, modelled in overall dark grey. The model is in good condition but the paint appears to have been re-touched at the bow, see photograph

£27.00
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£9.75
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(Product Ref #72903)
A second-hand 1/1200 scale waterline handmade wooden model of HMS Norfolk. This model is in good condition but it is modelled in 1943 condition (tripod masts and AA gun tubs) but it is painted in pre-war tropical livery, see photograph.
A second-hand 1/1200 scale waterline handmade wooden model of HMS Norfolk. This model is in good condition but it is modelled in 1943 condition (tripod masts and AA gun tubs) but it is painted in pre-war tropical livery, see photograph.
£20.00
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(Product Ref #108450)
A 1/1250 scale scratch-built wooden model of HMS Triumph on first commissioning. This model is in very good condition, see photograph.
£26.00
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(Product Ref #111766)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of HMS Unicorn in 1953 by Hai 318. The model is in good condition but the dry-print deck markings which are not original have become abraded in places, see photograph.
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of HMS Unicorn in 1953 by Hai 318. The model is in good condition but the dry-print deck markings which are not original have become abraded in places, see photograph.
£40.00
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(Product Ref #106783)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of HMS Scylla by Argonaut A102. This model has been re-painted in Navis Neptun Z21 medium grey overall and is in very good condition, see photograph.<br /><br />Scylla &amp; Charybdis were Dido class cruisers but were fitted with 8x4.5" guns because of a shortage of 5.25" guns. The high rate of fire was particularly usefull for anti-aircraft defence and they retained these guns throughout their lives.
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of HMS Scylla by Argonaut A102. This model has been re-painted in Navis Neptun Z21 medium grey overall and is in very good condition, see photograph.

Scylla & Charybdis were Dido class cruisers but were fitted with 8x4.5" guns because of a shortage of 5.25" guns. The high rate of fire was particularly usefull for anti-aircraft defence and they retained these guns throughout their lives.
£35.00
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(Product Ref #89023)
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 secondhand model of HMS Swiftsure by Argonaut A1230. This model is in very good original condition with the factory light grey finish.<br /><br />Overall length 13.7cm
A 1/1250 scale secondhand model of HMS Swiftsure by Argonaut A1230. This model is in very good original condition with the factory light grey finish.

Overall length 13.7cm
£36.00
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(Product Ref #88990)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of HMS Hermes in the 1930s by Argonaut A127. This model is in very good condition in light grey with a dark grey deck.<br /><br />HMS Hermes was sunk by Japanese aircraft in April 1942 along with her escort HMAS Vampire off the coast of Ceylon.
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of HMS Hermes in the 1930s by Argonaut A127. This model is in very good condition in light grey with a dark grey deck.

HMS Hermes was sunk by Japanese aircraft in April 1942 along with her escort HMAS Vampire off the coast of Ceylon.
£34.00
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(Product Ref #106784)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of HMS York by Argonaut A39. This model is in good condition but has been re-painted from Argonaut light grey to a slightly darker shade by a previous owner, see photograph.
£24.00
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(Product Ref #110349)
A 1/1250 scale secondhand model of HMS Valiant in 1940 by Argonaut A75. The model is in good condition but there is a brown mark on the deck near the aircraft catapult, see photograph.
A 1/1250 scale secondhand model of HMS Valiant in 1940 by Argonaut A75. The model is in good condition but there is a brown mark on the deck near the aircraft catapult, see photograph.
£40.00
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(Product Ref #105932)
A 1/1250 scale secondhand model of HMS Adventure by Argonaut A97. This secondhand model is in good condition in medium grey paint overall but with some darker streaks along the hull sides, see photograph.
A 1/1250 scale secondhand model of HMS Adventure by Argonaut A97. This secondhand model is in good condition in medium grey paint overall but with some darker streaks along the hull sides, see photograph.
£26.00
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(Product Ref #89004)
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)
Replacement "hockey stick" radio aerials for 1/1250 scale models of British aircraft carriers built between 1918 and 1946. There are 8 unpainted polyurethane aerial castings per pack.
£7.50
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(Product Ref #99613)
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 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)
A 1/1250 scale resin model of HMS Lion as she might have been if completed in 1942 with wood coloured decks by Coastlines Models CL-BS02S.<br /><br />Two Lion-class battle ships were ordered in 1939 for completion in 1942 based on the King George V class but with 9x16" guns instead of 10x14". These ships were cancelled in 1940 owing to a pressing need for escort vessels. This model represents HMS Lion if she had been completed in 1942.
A 1/1250 scale resin model of HMS Lion as she might have been if completed in 1942 with wood coloured decks by Coastlines Models CL-BS02S.

Two Lion-class battle ships were ordered in 1939 for completion in 1942 based on the King George V class but with 9x16" guns instead of 10x14". These ships were cancelled in 1940 owing to a pressing need for escort vessels. This model represents HMS Lion if she had been completed in 1942.
£84.00
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(Product Ref #110020)
A 1/1250 scale model of HMS Lion in an Admiralty camouflage scheme applied to King George V battleships in 1942/43 the period that Lion might have entered service with the Royal Navy. This model is cast in resin and painted by Coastlines Models CL-BS02T.
A 1/1250 scale model of HMS Lion in an Admiralty camouflage scheme applied to King George V battleships in 1942/43 the period that Lion might have entered service with the Royal Navy. This model is cast in resin and painted by Coastlines Models CL-BS02T.
£96.00
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(Product Ref #110093)
This is a 1/1250 scale model of the British cruiser submarine, X1, in service until 1933 when she was placed in reserve because her machinery was unreliable. In 1938, the largest non-nuclear submarine ever to serve in the Royal Navy was withdrawn and scrapped.
This is a 1/1250 scale model of the British cruiser submarine, X1, in service until 1933 when she was placed in reserve because her machinery was unreliable. In 1938, the largest non-nuclear submarine ever to serve in the Royal Navy was withdrawn and scrapped.
£12.00
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(Product Ref #98921)
New for 70th anniversary of D-Day (2014)! The Southampton tug as photographed with "Pheonix" (Mulberry breakwaters) caissons in 1944.
£15.00
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(Product Ref #95784)
New for 2013! A resin 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.
£18.00
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(Product Ref #92925)
A 1/1200 scale model of a Royal Navy H-class destroyer by Clydeside. The model has the later style bridge that was fitted to those ships being built for Brazil at the outbreak of WW2 and is finished in a camouflage scheme. Overall it is in good condition, see photograph.
A 1/1200 scale model of a Royal Navy H-class destroyer by Clydeside. The model has the later style bridge that was fitted to those ships being built for Brazil at the outbreak of WW2 and is finished in a camouflage scheme. Overall it is in good condition, see photograph.
£12.00
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(Product Ref #111611)
A 1/1200 scale second-hand model of HMS Despatch in Far Eastern livery around 1938. The model is in good condition, see photograph.
A 1/1200 scale second-hand model of HMS Despatch in Far Eastern livery around 1938. The model is in good condition, see photograph.
£22.00
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(Product Ref #108457)
A 1/1200 second-hand model of a British J &amp; K class destroyer of WW2 built from a Clydeside kit. The model is in good condition in light grey with dark grey decks, see photograph.
A 1/1200 second-hand model of a British J & K class destroyer of WW2 built from a Clydeside kit. The model is in good condition in light grey with dark grey decks, see photograph.
£12.00
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(Product Ref #111610)
A 1/1200 second-hand model of a S-Z class destroyer of the Royal Navy at the end of WW2 by Clydeside. This model has a lattice mast rather than a tripod, so is a late WW2 standard destroyer and is in good condition but without the gun barrel on A gun, see photograph.
A 1/1200 second-hand model of a S-Z class destroyer of the Royal Navy at the end of WW2 by Clydeside. This model has a lattice mast rather than a tripod, so is a late WW2 standard destroyer and is in good condition but without the gun barrel on A gun, see photograph.
£12.00
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(Product Ref #111608)
A 1/1200 scale second-hand model of a British Tribal class destroyer with a WW2 camouflage scheme and dark grey decks. The model is by Clydeside and is in good condition, see photograph.
A 1/1200 scale second-hand model of a British Tribal class destroyer with a WW2 camouflage scheme and dark grey decks. The model is by Clydeside and is in good condition, see photograph.
£15.00
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(Product Ref #111609)
A 1/1200 scale model of HMS Arethusa a British light cruiser in WW2 by Clydeside under licence from Superior Inc. This model is in very good condition, see photograph.
A 1/1200 scale model of HMS Arethusa a British light cruiser in WW2 by Clydeside under licence from Superior Inc. This model is in very good condition, see photograph.
£22.00
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(Product Ref #111581)
A 1/1200 scale second-hand model of HMS Belfast by Clydeside/Superior. This model is in very good condition and has dark grey decks and a camouflage pattern has been added, see photograph
A 1/1200 scale second-hand model of HMS Belfast by Clydeside/Superior. This model is in very good condition and has dark grey decks and a camouflage pattern has been added, see photograph
£26.00
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(Product Ref #111583)
A 1/1200 scale second-hand model of HMS Dido during WW2 by Clydeside/Superior. This model is in very good condition and has dark grey decks, see photograph.
A 1/1200 scale second-hand model of HMS Dido during WW2 by Clydeside/Superior. This model is in very good condition and has dark grey decks, see photograph.
£24.00
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(Product Ref #111582)
A 1/1200 scale second-hand model of HMS Southampton in WW2 by Clydeside/Superior. This model is in good condition, see photograph.
£24.00
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(Product Ref #111577)
A 1/1200 scale secondhand model of HMS Frobisher in 1939. Believed to be a Clydeside model from the 1980s painted light grey with weathered wood painted decks in good original condition (see photograph)
A 1/1200 scale secondhand model of HMS Frobisher in 1939. Believed to be a Clydeside model from the 1980s painted light grey with weathered wood painted decks in good original condition (see photograph)
£16.00
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(Product Ref #105023)
A 1/1200 scale second-hand model of a Royal Navy V or W class destroyer as a short range escort around the middle of WW2 possibly by Clydeside. The model is neatly painted and in good condition, see photograph.
A 1/1200 scale second-hand model of a Royal Navy V or W class destroyer as a short range escort around the middle of WW2 possibly by Clydeside. The model is neatly painted and in good condition, see photograph.
£10.00
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(Product Ref #111607)
<p>A 1/1250 scale metal model of Mauretania as a troopship during WW2. Although pressed into service as a troopship early in the war, this model has all the fittings, AA guns, de-gaussing cable for protection against magnetic influence mines &amp; carley floats and life-rafts, that were added by 1942.</p>

A 1/1250 scale metal model of Mauretania as a troopship during WW2. Although pressed into service as a troopship early in the war, this model has all the fittings, AA guns, de-gaussing cable for protection against magnetic influence mines & carley floats and life-rafts, that were added by 1942.

£75.00
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(Product Ref #89184)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of HMS Hermes 1935-41 by Delphin D115. This model is in very good condition with the quadruple machine guns abaft the island which were fitted before 1935 and no homing beacon on the mast which was fitted in December 1941, see photograph.
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of HMS Hermes 1935-41 by Delphin D115. This model is in very good condition with the quadruple machine guns abaft the island which were fitted before 1935 and no homing beacon on the mast which was fitted in December 1941, see photograph.
£30.00
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(Product Ref #106785)
A 1/1250 scale secondhand model of HMS Leander in WW2 by Delphin D63. The model is in good condition having been re-painted in Navis Neptun Z21 medium grey, see photograph.
A 1/1250 scale secondhand model of HMS Leander in WW2 by Delphin D63. The model is in good condition having been re-painted in Navis Neptun Z21 medium grey, see photograph.
£18.00
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(Product Ref #106320)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of HMS Trumpeter converted from a Fleetline kit of HMS Pursuer with added aircraft and a correct camouflage scheme for the 1943-45 period, see photograph.
£32.00
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(Product Ref #110351)
A 1/1250 scale secondhand model of HMS Resolution re-painted in Home Fleet dark grey and with an aircraft on the catapult on X-turret. See photograph.
A 1/1250 scale secondhand model of HMS Resolution re-painted in Home Fleet dark grey and with an aircraft on the catapult on X-turret. See photograph.
£42.00
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(Product Ref #105679)
A 1/1250 scale secondhand model of HMS Iron Duke in 1939-45. This model has been modified from a Navis Iron Duke battleship model and is in very good condition, see photograph
A 1/1250 scale secondhand model of HMS Iron Duke in 1939-45. This model has been modified from a Navis Iron Duke battleship model and is in very good condition, see photograph
£32.00
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(Product Ref #105924)
A 1/1250 scale secondhand model of HMS Revenge in the 1940s. This model is in reasonable condition, see photograph.
A 1/1250 scale secondhand model of HMS Revenge in the 1940s. This model is in reasonable condition, see photograph.
£36.00
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(Product Ref #106568)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of HMS Argus in 1941 camouflage KB37. The model has been made from a Navis model of Argus modified to WW2 condition, see photograph
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of HMS Argus in 1941 camouflage KB37. The model has been made from a Navis model of Argus modified to WW2 condition, see photograph
£26.00
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(Product Ref #108453)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of HMS Vindictive as a repair ship. This model is based on an Anker 06 training cruiser model of Vindictive but the 7.5" guns have been replaced by smaller weapons (probably 4" shielded AA guns, the main mast by a crane and the crane on the quarterdeck has been retained. This does not match any photographs of the repair ship version that we have found but it might have been a proposal when the refit to HMS Effingham standard fell through. This model is finished in Home Fleet dark grey and has wood-coloured decks, see photograph.
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of HMS Vindictive as a repair ship. This model is based on an Anker 06 training cruiser model of Vindictive but the 7.5" guns have been replaced by smaller weapons (probably 4" shielded AA guns, the main mast by a crane and the crane on the quarterdeck has been retained. This does not match any photographs of the repair ship version that we have found but it might have been a proposal when the refit to HMS Effingham standard fell through. This model is finished in Home Fleet dark grey and has wood-coloured decks, see photograph.
£20.00
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(Product Ref #111303)
A 1/1200 scale model of HMS King George V by Revell SH11. The model has been assembled as standard from a Revell kit and very nicely painted with wood-coloured weather decks , see photograph.
A 1/1200 scale model of HMS King George V by Revell SH11. The model has been assembled as standard from a Revell kit and very nicely painted with wood-coloured weather decks , see photograph.
£12.00
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(Product Ref #106572)
<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 MFA Goodwin in 1942. Goodwin was built in 1917 but served in a variety of roles throughout WW2. She started as an armed boarding vessel in 1939 and being one of the few coastal ABVs to survive this service became an auxilliary AA vesel in 1941. By 1942 Goowin was an armed patrol vessel and in 1943 she was a convoy rescue ship.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of MFA Goodwin in 1942. Goodwin was built in 1917 but served in a variety of roles throughout WW2. She started as an armed boarding vessel in 1939 and being one of the few coastal ABVs to survive this service became an auxilliary AA vesel in 1941. By 1942 Goowin was an armed patrol vessel and in 1943 she was a convoy rescue ship.
£53.50
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(Product Ref #103295)
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)
As superb&nbsp;NN-Cad Model now manufactured under licence by Spider Navy from a 3-D printed master of HMS Adventure, a minelaying cruiser as built in 1927
As superb NN-Cad Model now manufactured under licence by Spider Navy from a 3-D printed master of HMS Adventure, a minelaying cruiser as built in 1927
£55.00
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(Product Ref #3757)
The first of the T class submarines to be lost, on 18th December 1940, sunk by&nbsp;an Italian TB in the Adriatic.
The first of the T class submarines to be lost, on 18th December 1940, sunk by an Italian TB in the Adriatic.
£19.75
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(Product Ref #70643)
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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(Product Ref #95047)
Model introduced in&nbsp;2013! Essentially the same as other wartime destroyer classes but with a lattice mast, 4.5" guns and Tribal-class style bow to reduce wetness forward. HMS Cavalier of this class is preserved at Chatham.
Model introduced in 2013! Essentially the same as other wartime destroyer classes but with a lattice mast, 4.5" guns and Tribal-class style bow to reduce wetness forward. HMS Cavalier of this class is preserved at Chatham.
£41.00
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(Product Ref #95048)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Tenacious, an S/T-class destroyer in her 1943 camouflage scheme.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Tenacious, an S/T-class destroyer in her 1943 camouflage scheme.
£57.25
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(Product Ref #99484)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand plastic model of HMS Manxman by Wiking. This model is in good condition but has a plastic replacement fore topmast, see photograph.
A 1/1250 scale second-hand plastic model of HMS Manxman by Wiking. This model is in good condition but has a plastic replacement fore topmast, see photograph.
£12.00
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(Product Ref #109965)
We also have Scharnhorst, Norfolk and Belfast in stock for those wishing to collect models for the Battle of North Cape!
We also have Scharnhorst, Norfolk and Belfast in stock for those wishing to collect models for the Battle of North Cape!
£84.00
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(Product Ref #62792)
Modelled here as she was when serving with the British Pacific Fleet at the end of WW2.
Modelled here as she was when serving with the British Pacific Fleet at the end of WW2.
£82.00
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(Product Ref #58326)
In 1939, she was the most modernised of the R-class Battleships and was serving with the Home Fleet when sunk.
In 1939, she was the most modernised of the R-class Battleships and was serving with the Home Fleet when sunk.
£65.50
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(Product Ref #62793)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Anson in 1943 by Neptun 1101A. Anson was only member of the King George V class battleships never to fire her 14" guns in action.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Anson in 1943 by Neptun 1101A. Anson was only member of the King George V class battleships never to fire her 14" guns in action.
£84.00
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(Product Ref #62791)
The KGV class battleship that took part in two major engagements, being sunk in the last.
The KGV class battleship that took part in two major engagements, being sunk in the last.
£84.00
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(Product Ref #62276)
The last of the class to complete, she could always be distinguished from her sisters by the enclosed after control position on the second funnel.
The last of the class to complete, she could always be distinguished from her sisters by the enclosed after control position on the second funnel.
£84.00
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(Product Ref #67107)
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 #70504)
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)
Modernised early in WW2, she served as Admiral Cunningham's flagship at Alexandria where she was infamously sunk by Italian frogmen. She settled on the bottom in very shallow water and she was re-floated, repaired in the USA and served out the rest of WW2.
Modernised early in WW2, she served as Admiral Cunningham's flagship at Alexandria where she was infamously sunk by Italian frogmen. She settled on the bottom in very shallow water and she was re-floated, repaired in the USA and served out the rest of WW2.
£65.50
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A 1/1250 scale model of HMS Warspite in WW2 by Navis Neptun 1104B. <br /><br />The most famous and most active of the British battleships in WW2. She also has the distinction of scoring a hit on an enemy ship with her big guns at the longest recorded distance for naval gunfire.
A 1/1250 scale model of HMS Warspite in WW2 by Navis Neptun 1104B. 

The most famous and most active of the British battleships in WW2. She also has the distinction of scoring a hit on an enemy ship with her big guns at the longest recorded distance for naval gunfire.
£64.50
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A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Malaya by Navis Neptun 1105. This model is fully finished and painted, see photograph<br /><br />Modernised in the 1930's, Malaya retained her old shape. She served with the Fleets but also undertook convoy escort work during WW2.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Malaya by Navis Neptun 1105. This model is fully finished and painted, see photograph

Modernised in the 1930's, Malaya retained her old shape. She served with the Fleets but also undertook convoy escort work during WW2.
£65.00
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A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Renown in WW2 by Navis Neptun 1106.<br /><br />Renown was extensively re-built just before the start of WW2 with a block bridge instead of the tripod mast with its many platforms. Her subsequent service with Force H, roaming the Atlantic and western Mediterranean more than justified the expenditure of the modernisation.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Renown in WW2 by Navis Neptun 1106.

Renown was extensively re-built just before the start of WW2 with a block bridge instead of the tripod mast with its many platforms. Her subsequent service with Force H, roaming the Atlantic and western Mediterranean more than justified the expenditure of the modernisation.
£86.00
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(Product Ref #58327)
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)
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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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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A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Unicorn by Navis Neptun 1113.This model is fully finished and painted, see photograph.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Unicorn by Navis Neptun 1113.This model is fully finished and painted, see photograph.
£60.00
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(Product Ref #61553)
<P>HMS Hermes was the first purpose-designed aircraft carrier to be built (although the Japanese Hosho was the first to be commissioned). She spent much of her time on the China station and was too small and obsolescent at the start of WW2. When the Japanese moved into the Indian Ocean in 1942, she was rapidly overwhelmed by aircraft and sunk.</P>

HMS Hermes was the first purpose-designed aircraft carrier to be built (although the Japanese Hosho was the first to be commissioned). She spent much of her time on the China station and was too small and obsolescent at the start of WW2. When the Japanese moved into the Indian Ocean in 1942, she was rapidly overwhelmed by aircraft and sunk.

£56.00
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NEW for 2008! The first of these ships modelled by Navis Neptun and the first post-war Royal Navy ship too!
NEW for 2008! The first of these ships modelled by Navis Neptun and the first post-war Royal Navy ship too!
£80.00
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The second Colossus class carrier to be modelled by Neptun. Glory served in the Pacific Fleet in 1945 flying Corsairs and Barracudas and off Korea in 1952 equipped with Firefly and Sea Fury aircraft.
The second Colossus class carrier to be modelled by Neptun. Glory served in the Pacific Fleet in 1945 flying Corsairs and Barracudas and off Korea in 1952 equipped with Firefly and Sea Fury aircraft.
£79.00
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A 1917 built ship and only ever modelled before in "as built" condition, this model shows&nbsp;Argus as she served in WW2, being active in the first half of the war until relegated to training in 1942.
A 1917 built ship and only ever modelled before in "as built" condition, this model shows Argus as she served in WW2, being active in the first half of the war until relegated to training in 1942.
£68.00
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A 1/1250 scale model of HMS Albatross a seaplane tender in 1938 by Navis Neptun 1127.<br /><br />This is an excellent model of a a very unusual ship that began life in the Royal Australian Navy in 1926.
A 1/1250 scale model of HMS Albatross a seaplane tender in 1938 by Navis Neptun 1127.

This is an excellent model of a a very unusual ship that began life in the Royal Australian Navy in 1926.
£61.00
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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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New for 2012! There are many photographs of the Counties in Mediterranean/Far East colours but this is the first from Neptun. Very smart.
New for 2012! There are many photographs of the Counties in Mediterranean/Far East colours but this is the first from Neptun. Very smart.
£76.30
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<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)
<p>New for 2012, last year's long-awaited model with painted decks.</p>

New for 2012, last year's long-awaited model with painted decks.

£73.50
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£58.00
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Detailed fully finished waterline model of HMS Nigeria in 1941.
Detailed fully finished waterline model of HMS Nigeria in 1941.
£52.50
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(Product Ref #62280)
Navis Neptun 1140B HMS Swiftsure RN Light Cruiser from the Minotaur Class Cruisers of World War 2.<br />
Navis Neptun 1140B HMS Swiftsure RN Light Cruiser from the Minotaur Class Cruisers of World War 2.
£56.25
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A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Birmingham, a town-class cruiser completed around the start of WW2. Birmingham differed from other members of the class, having a round bridge front and a hull without a knuckle near the bow.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Birmingham, a town-class cruiser completed around the start of WW2. Birmingham differed from other members of the class, having a round bridge front and a hull without a knuckle near the bow.
£57.00
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A 1/1250 scale secondhand model of HMS Penelope by Navis Neptun 1144. This secondhand model is in very good condition, see photograph.<br /><br />Built as a small, economy design to replace the aging WW1 "C-class", the Arethusa class were too cramped for the designed tasks but the hulls were developed into the Dido class AA cruisers.
A 1/1250 scale secondhand model of HMS Penelope by Navis Neptun 1144. This secondhand model is in very good condition, see photograph.

Built as a small, economy design to replace the aging WW1 "C-class", the Arethusa class were too cramped for the designed tasks but the hulls were developed into the Dido class AA cruisers.
£38.00
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New for 2009! The casting of Achilles is of a Leander class cruiser as built and she could represent any of the class on overseas duties in the 1930s.
New for 2009! The casting of Achilles is of a Leander class cruiser as built and she could represent any of the class on overseas duties in the 1930s.
£67.50
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Emerald was designed for a speed of 35kt. The end of WW1 saw the cancellation of all but two of the class and HMS Enterprise was fitted with a twin 6" turret forward to test the design for the secondary armament of Nelson and Rodney.
Emerald was designed for a speed of 35kt. The end of WW1 saw the cancellation of all but two of the class and HMS Enterprise was fitted with a twin 6" turret forward to test the design for the secondary armament of Nelson and Rodney.
£49.75
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She was in the East Indies from 1934-37 and would have worn this livery during this time.
She was in the East Indies from 1934-37 and would have worn this livery during this time.
£67.50
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<p>The effectiveï D class cruisers arrived at the end of WW1, armed with 6 6" guns in single turrets and having a speed of 29 knots. Some were to be much modified in WW2 but this special model shows Despatch in the peacetime colours worn when 'flying the flag', in the heyday of the British Navy!</p>
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The effectiveï D class cruisers arrived at the end of WW1, armed with 6 6" guns in single turrets and having a speed of 29 knots. Some were to be much modified in WW2 but this special model shows Despatch in the peacetime colours worn when 'flying the flag', in the heyday of the British Navy!

 

£57.50
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This is a 1/1250 scale model of HMS Calypso an AA cruiser, one of the oldest WW1 cruisers that made it through into WW2, Calypso was launched at Hawthorn Leslie on 12th April 1917 and was lost to the Italian submarine S/M Bagnolini on 12th June 1940 south of Crete.
This is a 1/1250 scale model of HMS Calypso an AA cruiser, one of the oldest WW1 cruisers that made it through into WW2, Calypso was launched at Hawthorn Leslie on 12th April 1917 and was lost to the Italian submarine S/M Bagnolini on 12th June 1940 south of Crete.
£38.25
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(Product Ref #98541)

The second HMS Grenville to serve in WW2 was a U class destroyer leader built by Swan Hunter in 1942. She saw a lot of action in the Mediterranean and the Channel before being re-fitted for service in the far east, with a lattice mast replacing the tripod modelled here.

£30.30
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(Product Ref #94264)
<p>New for 2012! A model of a Thornycroft, long forecastle, Hunt IV class escort destroyer of which only two were completed, Brissenden &amp; Brecon.</p>

New for 2012! A model of a Thornycroft, long forecastle, Hunt IV class escort destroyer of which only two were completed, Brissenden & Brecon.

£24.00
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In line with British naval tradition, the flotilla leader was larger and carried an extra gun than the other members of the class.
In line with British naval tradition, the flotilla leader was larger and carried an extra gun than the other members of the class.
£26.95
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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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£24.75
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Representing a later variant of the T-class submarines with a more streamlined casing (for higher underwater speed) than HMS Thunderbolt, &nbsp;that Neptun also model and available from Antics.
Representing a later variant of the T-class submarines with a more streamlined casing (for higher underwater speed) than HMS Thunderbolt,  that Neptun also model and available from Antics.
£11.25
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(Product Ref #60109)
Formerly HMS Thetis, which sank on trials with the loss of most of her crew, she was re-named Thunderbolt and re-commissioned only to be sunk by the Italian corvette Cocogna off Sicily.
Formerly HMS Thetis, which sank on trials with the loss of most of her crew, she was re-named Thunderbolt and re-commissioned only to be sunk by the Italian corvette Cocogna off Sicily.
£11.25
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In "Mediterranean Blue" (1941) to make her less visible in the clear shallow waters of the Mediterranean, she sank Axis ship after ship until she fell victim to a mine.
In "Mediterranean Blue" (1941) to make her less visible in the clear shallow waters of the Mediterranean, she sank Axis ship after ship until she fell victim to a mine.
£9.75
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The only other identical member of this class was Unity. Both ships were sunk in 1940.
The only other identical member of this class was Unity. Both ships were sunk in 1940.
£9.75
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(Product Ref #79496)
<p>Navis Neptun 1184 1/1250th scale diecast model of HMS Shoreham, Built by Chatham White, this small escort sloop, 1105 tons displacemnt, survived WW2 to become the mercantile Jorge Fel Joven and was scrapped in November 1950.</p>

Navis Neptun 1184 1/1250th scale diecast model of HMS Shoreham, Built by Chatham White, this small escort sloop, 1105 tons displacemnt, survived WW2 to become the mercantile Jorge Fel Joven and was scrapped in November 1950.

£18.50
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£16.95
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£13.00
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<p>New for 2013! A Round Table class armed trawler fitted with acoustic minesweeping gear.</p>

New for 2013! A Round Table class armed trawler fitted with acoustic minesweeping gear.

£13.00
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£9.75
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£3.00
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A 1/1250 scale resin model of HMS Lion in a standard camouflage pattern for 1945 by Coastlines Models CL-BS02AT.
A 1/1250 scale resin model of HMS Lion in a standard camouflage pattern for 1945 by Coastlines Models CL-BS02AT.
£96.00
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<P>This is a 1/1250 scale model in resin of the British submarine, M3, after conversion to a minelayer in 1927. M3 was used totest a system of submarine minelaying later put into purpose designed submarine minelayers of the Porpoise class. The system worked but&nbsp;M3 was unstable and slow to achieve trim after diving, so she was withdrawn in 1928 and subsequently scrapped.&nbsp;</P>

This is a 1/1250 scale model in resin of the British submarine, M3, after conversion to a minelayer in 1927. M3 was used totest a system of submarine minelaying later put into purpose designed submarine minelayers of the Porpoise class. The system worked but M3 was unstable and slow to achieve trim after diving, so she was withdrawn in 1928 and subsequently scrapped. 

£12.00
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A 1/1250 scale resin waterline model of HMS Rainbow-class submarine by Coastlines models CL-SS15. The model is fully finished and painted in light grey overall.
A 1/1250 scale resin waterline model of HMS Rainbow-class submarine by Coastlines models CL-SS15. The model is fully finished and painted in light grey overall.
£12.00
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A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Audacity the first WW2 escort carrier which uniquely was converted from a captured German ship. <br /><br />CM Miniaturen CM-P1220
A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Audacity the first WW2 escort carrier which uniquely was converted from a captured German ship. 

CM Miniaturen CM-P1220
£63.75
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A 1/1250 scale metal model of the Queen Mary as a troopship in 1943. This model has been re-issued and shows the ship in a light grey paint finish with many AA guns and an external de-gaussing cable fitted round the hull.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the Queen Mary as a troopship in 1943. This model has been re-issued and shows the ship in a light grey paint finish with many AA guns and an external de-gaussing cable fitted round the hull.
£102.00
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<P>A 1/1250 scale metal model of the Cunard Liner, Queen Elizabeth as a troopship during WW2. A new production run with a provisional price yet to be confirmed. Expected December 2016.</P>

A 1/1250 scale metal model of the Cunard Liner, Queen Elizabeth as a troopship during WW2. A new production run with a provisional price yet to be confirmed. Expected December 2016.

£85.00
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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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Spidernavy brings you SN 2-02 a 1/1250th scale cast metal ship model of HMS Egret. The Egret class were larger, faster versions of the Bittern class and Egret has been modelled as built.
Spidernavy brings you SN 2-02 a 1/1250th scale cast metal ship model of HMS Egret. The Egret class were larger, faster versions of the Bittern class and Egret has been modelled as built.
£32.75
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A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Help a coastal salvage vessel of 1944 by Spidernavy SN 2-12.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Help a coastal salvage vessel of 1944 by Spidernavy SN 2-12.
£50.25
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Spider Navy&nbsp;brings you 1183 a 1/1250th scale diecast ship model of HMS Ibis, a Black Swan class sloop for World War 2. At last,&nbsp;a precision&nbsp;metal model of&nbsp;one of the types of ship that helped win the Battle of the Atlantic. See also HMS Egret, HMS Erne &amp; HMS Starling.
Spider Navy brings you 1183 a 1/1250th scale diecast ship model of HMS Ibis, a Black Swan class sloop for World War 2. At last, a precision metal model of one of the types of ship that helped win the Battle of the Atlantic. See also HMS Egret, HMS Erne & HMS Starling.
£28.50
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<P>New for 2015!<BR>A differently configured Black Swan class Sloop to the earlier HMS Ibis model to represent the class as modified for service later in WW2.<BR></P>

New for 2015!
A differently configured Black Swan class Sloop to the earlier HMS Ibis model to represent the class as modified for service later in WW2.

£32.75
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A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Cavendish in her 1944 Fer East camouflage scheme of grey over blue.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Cavendish in her 1944 Fer East camouflage scheme of grey over blue.
£57.25
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A 1/1250 scale secondhand model of HMS Rodney in her WW2 camouflage scheme. The model is in very good condition but the casr topmasts have been replaced bu brass wire topmasts, the paitwork has been weathered with rusty streaks and the deck pattern is different from that on a factory finished model. See photograph.
A 1/1250 scale secondhand model of HMS Rodney in her WW2 camouflage scheme. The model is in very good condition but the casr topmasts have been replaced bu brass wire topmasts, the paitwork has been weathered with rusty streaks and the deck pattern is different from that on a factory finished model. See photograph.
£95.00
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(Product Ref #67088)
This black and light grey camouflage scheme was used on Repulse and Glorious and doesn't seem to have done them any good since both were sunk wearing it!
This black and light grey camouflage scheme was used on Repulse and Glorious and doesn't seem to have done them any good since both were sunk wearing it!
£110.00
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Modelled here in a unique disruptive pattern camouflage as worn early in her career. The colours are carried over the deck, an idea that was discontinued later in the war.
Modelled here in a unique disruptive pattern camouflage as worn early in her career. The colours are carried over the deck, an idea that was discontinued later in the war.
£140.00
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Despite her WW1 battleship origins, her old fashioned appearance and her slow speed, Eagle was worked hard during WW2.
Despite her WW1 battleship origins, her old fashioned appearance and her slow speed, Eagle was worked hard during WW2.
£110.00
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Glorious was caught on her way home from the Norwegian Campaign by Scharnhorst &amp; Gneisenau and was sunk despite a gallant counter attack by her escorting destroyers, Ardent &amp; Acasta. The camouflage scheme was similar to the light and dark block pattern also used on HMS Repulse.<BR>Glorious was captained by D'Oyly Hughes, the highly decorated first lieutenant of submarine E14 of WW1.
Glorious was caught on her way home from the Norwegian Campaign by Scharnhorst & Gneisenau and was sunk despite a gallant counter attack by her escorting destroyers, Ardent & Acasta. The camouflage scheme was similar to the light and dark block pattern also used on HMS Repulse.
Glorious was captained by D'Oyly Hughes, the highly decorated first lieutenant of submarine E14 of WW1.
£115.00
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(Product Ref #66657)
In the early years of WW2, most Royal Navy ships wore some form of visual camouflage scheme. As radar improved, this was rendered less effective and was discontinued.
In the early years of WW2, most Royal Navy ships wore some form of visual camouflage scheme. As radar improved, this was rendered less effective and was discontinued.
£77.00
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Length 155mm, Beam 15mm<BR><BR>One of the few large ships to carry Mountbatten Pink in the camouflage scheme, the pink was replaced by dark grey in stages, as portrayed on this model.
Length 155mm, Beam 15mm

One of the few large ships to carry Mountbatten Pink in the camouflage scheme, the pink was replaced by dark grey in stages, as portrayed on this model.
£90.00
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(Product Ref #84405)
This pattern would have broken up the outline of the ship at night when seen from a submarine or motor torpedo boat. The similarity to Italian/German splinter patterns may also have been deliberate.
This pattern would have broken up the outline of the ship at night when seen from a submarine or motor torpedo boat. The similarity to Italian/German splinter patterns may also have been deliberate.
£64.00
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This is an early "dark" camouflage scheme for Home Fleet Destroyers.
This is an early "dark" camouflage scheme for Home Fleet Destroyers.
£43.75
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(Product Ref #72024)
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