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Mantua Model 754 Gorch Fock training ship of the German Navy, 190 kit

Her three wood-and-steel masts were configured for barque rig, and she was outfitted with an auxiliary diesel engine. At the end of World War II, she was awarded as reparations to Russia. Based at Odessa on the Black Sea, she continues her career of training naval cadets- Russian-style. The Mantua kit features the following: A […]

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Mantua Model 791 Thermopylae English Tea Clipper 1124 Model Boat Kit

Please visit us at’ServoShop’ for different deals and exclusive offers. 1x Mantua Model 791 Thermopylae English Tea Clipper 1:124 UK STOCK. Small-scale reproduction of the famous and unbeaten opponent of “Cutty Sark” in the legendary competition that in the last century inspired the whole world. The box contains: Detailed drawings in various boards with instructions, […]

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Mantua Between Decks Gun Bay Section Model Kit English Fighting Ship circa 180

The kit has two 100mm long machine turned brass cannon on walnut carriages, fuse buckets, shot cartridges, plugs, mess tins, table and benches, gun powder and water barrels. All laser cut ply sections, double planking for the bulwarks, two decorated brass cannons, all necessary wooden and metal fittings together with building plans with general details […]

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Mantua HMS Victory Nelsons Flagship 1200 Scale Wooden Model Kit

Mantua Models HMS Victory. New Victory kit, the fourth kit in the Mantua Victory range offers you this splendid kit in a size that can grace any room with ease. It has all the latest laser cutting including all the gun ports, decking and grattings all pre cut. This kit makes up into a fine […]

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Mantua Golden Star. English Brig 1150 (769) Model Boat Kit

English Brig 1:150 (769). Scale model of an English Brigantine (Brig), popular in the 17th. In wide use in the merchant marine during the 17th and 18th centuries, the brig was introduced into English navel service from the 1770’s. The Mantua kit features the following: A plank on frame hull construction, building plans with general […]

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Mantua Thermopylae. Tea Clipper 1124 Scale (791) Wooden Model Boat Kit

Thermopylae measured 212’0″ x 36’0″ x 20’9. She was rigged with royal sails, single topgallant and double top-sails. Thermopylae was designed for the China tea trade, and set speed records on her maiden voyage to Melbourne – 63 days, still the fastest trip under sail. In 1872 she raced the clipper Cutty Sark from Shanghai […]

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Mantua Models Trotamares Motor Schooner Model Boat Kit FREE NEXT DAY Delivery

Mantua Models Trotamares Motor Schooner Kit. The Trotamares was built in Spain in 1958 and was later restored and transformed from a fishing boat to a luxury cruiser. She is now chartered out of Monte Carlo dockyard. A plank on frame construction, the kit contains. Building plans with general details. Walnut or lime planking. Wooden […]

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Mantua HMS President Light Frigate 1700 160 Scale (792) Model Boat Kit

Mantua HMS President Light Frigate 1700 1:60 (792). The HMS President is a fine model of a typical light frigate built in Britain in the early 1700s. These ships were very fast and manoeuvrable and helped to give English supremecy of the seas during these troubled times. The Kit of the President Features: A double […]

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Mantua HMS VICTORY Wood Ship Model Kit 198 Scale Art 776 Italy New Old Stock

Box has some wear due to storage. The item “Mantua HMS VICTORY Wood Ship Model Kit 198 Scale Art 776 Italy New Old Stock” is in sale since Friday, May 1, 2020. This item is in the category “Toys & Hobbies\Models & Kits\Boats, Ships\Wooden”. The seller is “thingstofind” and is located in Carson, California. This […]

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Mantua Models Soleil Royale First Rate Wooden Period Ship Kit 177 Scale

All together four ships have carried the name Soleil Royale but only the second ever won renown. She was launched from Brest in the late 1600s and took part in the battle of Barfleur. However she would have been remembered for her beauty alone, the design and ornamentation were of such extravagance to have won […]

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