US Navy ships 1900-1920. Late as usual the US had become one of the worlds leading naval powers by the end of WW1.

A secondhand standard Navis model in very good condition. Plastic topmasts have been fitted. This is a late production grey model with detailed boats and other fittings.
£30.00
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(Product Ref #61259)
A secondhand model in superb condition.<BR>The three ships of this class were the first US battleships to have the clipper bow. Modelled here as built with cage masts.
A secondhand model in superb condition.
The three ships of this class were the first US battleships to have the clipper bow. Modelled here as built with cage masts.
£30.00
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(Product Ref #89702)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of USS Nevada BB36 in 1917 by Navis Neptun 304. This model is in very good condition, see photograph.<br /><br />Nevada &amp; Oklahoma (BB37) were the first battleships with "all or nothing" armour but they were fitted with different engines in a competitive trial (Nevada steam turbines and Oklahoma quadruple expansion steam engines).
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of USS Nevada BB36 in 1917 by Navis Neptun 304. This model is in very good condition, see photograph.

Nevada & Oklahoma (BB37) were the first battleships with "all or nothing" armour but they were fitted with different engines in a competitive trial (Nevada steam turbines and Oklahoma quadruple expansion steam engines).
£26.00
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(Product Ref #89704)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of USS Wyoming BB32 in WW1 by Navis Neptun 306. The model is in very good condition, see photograph.<br /><br />Wyoming and Arkansas (BB33) were the last 12" gun battleships in the US navy. Arkansas served in the Grand Fleet during WW1 and served in the Atlantic in WW2. Wyoming became a training ship in the 1920s and served as a a gunnery training ship in WW2.
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of USS Wyoming BB32 in WW1 by Navis Neptun 306. The model is in very good condition, see photograph.

Wyoming and Arkansas (BB33) were the last 12" gun battleships in the US navy. Arkansas served in the Grand Fleet during WW1 and served in the Atlantic in WW2. Wyoming became a training ship in the 1920s and served as a a gunnery training ship in WW2.
£28.00
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(Product Ref #89706)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of USS Utah in excellent original condition by Navis Neptun 307. See photograph. <br /><br />Florida (BB30) and Utah were turbine powered versions of Delaware. Florida was in the 6th Battle Squadron at Scapa Flow and Utah was in Bantry Bay buring WW1.
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of USS Utah in excellent original condition by Navis Neptun 307. See photograph. 

Florida (BB30) and Utah were turbine powered versions of Delaware. Florida was in the 6th Battle Squadron at Scapa Flow and Utah was in Bantry Bay buring WW1.
£26.00
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(Product Ref #89707)
307N is USS Utah, a 1/1250th scale diecast model from the Navis Neptun Range.

Model Length = 125mm
£71.00
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(Product Ref #102450)
<BR>Michigan (BB27) and South Carolina (BB26) were limited by Congress to 16,000 tons and machinery for 18 kt only was installed. This left them unable to operate with the later ships but they introduced superfiring main guns to the battlefleets of the world.

Michigan (BB27) and South Carolina (BB26) were limited by Congress to 16,000 tons and machinery for 18 kt only was installed. This left them unable to operate with the later ships but they introduced superfiring main guns to the battlefleets of the world.
£22.00
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(Product Ref #89709)
New for 2013! A revised, superdetailed model in the "N" series. Only three ships of this class were built (Chester &amp; Birmingham were the others) and they were withdrawn and scrapped at the end of WW1.
New for 2013! A revised, superdetailed model in the "N" series. Only three ships of this class were built (Chester & Birmingham were the others) and they were withdrawn and scrapped at the end of WW1.
£35.00
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(Product Ref #61555)
£21.50
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(Product Ref #64453)
A 1/1250 scale secondhand metal model of USS Aroostook CM.3 a minelayer from 1917 until 1940 by Argonaut A292.<br /><br />The model is in excellent original condition in overall light grey and has an overall length of 9.4cm.
A 1/1250 scale secondhand metal model of USS Aroostook CM.3 a minelayer from 1917 until 1940 by Argonaut A292.

The model is in excellent original condition in overall light grey and has an overall length of 9.4cm.
£40.00
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(Product Ref #104974)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of USS Mount Vernon, ex-Kronprinzessin Cecilie, as a dazzle-painted trooper in WW1. Originally one of the famous German 4-funnel transatlantic liners, she was interned in USA after the outbreak of war and taken over as a troopship when USA entered the war and camouflaged.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of USS Mount Vernon, ex-Kronprinzessin Cecilie, as a dazzle-painted trooper in WW1. Originally one of the famous German 4-funnel transatlantic liners, she was interned in USA after the outbreak of war and taken over as a troopship when USA entered the war and camouflaged.
£82.00
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(Product Ref #100522)
A 1/1250 scale model of the USS Pocahontas, a troop transport in 1917 dazzle camouflage by CM-Miniaturen CM-P 55
A 1/1250 scale model of the USS Pocahontas, a troop transport in 1917 dazzle camouflage by CM-Miniaturen CM-P 55
£71.50
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(Product Ref #109419)
New for 2010! The former German liner, Prinz Eitel Friedrich, was taken over by the US government in 1917 and converted to a troopship.
New for 2010! The former German liner, Prinz Eitel Friedrich, was taken over by the US government in 1917 and converted to a troopship.
£51.00
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(Product Ref #85242)
She was re-named "Saratoga" to release the name for a Dreadnought Battleship, BB34, and again "Rochester" to free the name for the battlecruiser turned aircraft carrier! She was scutted in Subic Bay in December 1941.
She was re-named "Saratoga" to release the name for a Dreadnought Battleship, BB34, and again "Rochester" to free the name for the battlecruiser turned aircraft carrier! She was scutted in Subic Bay in December 1941.
£40.00
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(Product Ref #65106)
Manufactured by Navis Neptun from detailed masters by Paul Jacobs, these are some of the very best 1/1250 US Navy ship models.
Manufactured by Navis Neptun from detailed masters by Paul Jacobs, these are some of the very best 1/1250 US Navy ship models.
£40.00
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(Product Ref #91780)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of USS S 28 by Saratoga Model Dockyard SMY80.
£14.75
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(Product Ref #105674)
The current, superdetailed "N" model of the last battleship built for the United States for WW1.
The current, superdetailed "N" model of the last battleship built for the United States for WW1.
£52.00
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(Product Ref #60081)
A 1/1250 scale metal model of USS Arizona (BB39)&nbsp;in 1916, as built. Her sistership, Pennsylvania, BB38, and Arizona were the first US battleships to incorporate special underwater protection with water-filled and void spaces to minimise torpedo damage.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of USS Arizona (BB39) in 1916, as built. Her sistership, Pennsylvania, BB38, and Arizona were the first US battleships to incorporate special underwater protection with water-filled and void spaces to minimise torpedo damage.
£55.75
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(Product Ref #89703)
Modelled in the white &amp; buff livery of "The Great White Fleet"! St. Louis was probably obsolete in 1906&nbsp;the year&nbsp;the advent of Dreadnought changed the shape of warships forever. Harking back to the previous century, the armoured cruiser could still 'fly the flag' as long as there wasn't a modern adversary to be encountered.<BR><BR>The main armament carried, 14 x 15.2cm (6") was quite powerful.
Modelled in the white & buff livery of "The Great White Fleet"! St. Louis was probably obsolete in 1906 the year the advent of Dreadnought changed the shape of warships forever. Harking back to the previous century, the armoured cruiser could still 'fly the flag' as long as there wasn't a modern adversary to be encountered.

The main armament carried, 14 x 15.2cm (6") was quite powerful.
£39.00
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(Product Ref #66524)
New "N" model for 2012! Lots of added detail and standard grey finish, instead of black, to represent a destroyer during WW1.
New "N" model for 2012! Lots of added detail and standard grey finish, instead of black, to represent a destroyer during WW1.
£14.00
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(Product Ref #91688)
A Denver class light cruiser in light grey. Galveston is modelled in standard grey.
A Denver class light cruiser in light grey. Galveston is modelled in standard grey.
£30.00
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(Product Ref #91782)
A 1/1250 scale metal model painted in white &amp; buff as a US refrigerated stores ship for the Great White Fleet on its round the world voyage. Culgoa was bought&nbsp; by the US during the Spanish American war to supply US fleets in the Pacific &amp; Caribean. She was not designated USS or USNS so that she could collect supplies from neutral ports without fear of internment.&nbsp;Later she would carry both official designations and she served with the Great White Fleet in tropical livery. She was in overall grey by 1912 and during WW1 she crossed the Atlantic to service US ships in Europe for a total of 7 crossings. Laid up in 1920, she was sold to trade but was scrapped in 1922.&nbsp;
A 1/1250 scale metal model painted in white & buff as a US refrigerated stores ship for the Great White Fleet on its round the world voyage. Culgoa was bought  by the US during the Spanish American war to supply US fleets in the Pacific & Caribean. She was not designated USS or USNS so that she could collect supplies from neutral ports without fear of internment. Later she would carry both official designations and she served with the Great White Fleet in tropical livery. She was in overall grey by 1912 and during WW1 she crossed the Atlantic to service US ships in Europe for a total of 7 crossings. Laid up in 1920, she was sold to trade but was scrapped in 1922. 
£67.75
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(Product Ref #101718)
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