USS NAUTILUS SSN 571 Submarine 25.50 Built Large Wooden Model Ship Assembled

USS NAUTILUS SSN 571 Submarine 25.50 Built Large Wooden Model Ship Assembled

USS Nautilus (SSN-571) is the world’s first operational nuclear-powered submarine. She was the first vessel to complete a submerged transit beneath the North Pole on August 3, 1958. BRAND NEW 1/150 SCALE USS NAUTILUS SSN 571 SOLID WOOD RESIN DESKTOP DISPLAY SUBMARINE MODEL WITH WALNUT AND METAL STAND AND ORIGINAL FOAM PADDED. Of the submarine… (read more)

Uss Monitor 1862 Museum Quality Display Model

Uss Monitor 1862 Museum Quality Display Model

USS MONITOR 1862 MUSEUM QUALITY DISPLAY MODEL. Here you have a beautiful museum quality display model of the famous iron clad from the Civil War, the USS Monitor! This gorgeous resin replica is ready to for immediate display and features beautiful detail including a metal propeller as well as detailed gun turret and deck! The… (read more)

Pyotr Velikiy Kirov-class Battle Cruiser Handcrafted War Ship Display Model

Pyotr Velikiy Kirov-class Battle Cruiser Handcrafted War Ship Display Model

The model is 100% scratch built with planks on frame construction method from the drawings. The hull is made of wood and painted. This model is not a kit and ready for display. Model comes with a display base and a brass name plate as shown photos. Specifications approximate: 39.37L x 5.51W x 13H (inch)… (read more)

1st Place Winner Contest Pro Built 1/700 Weathered Ww2 Warships Diorama Showcase

1st Place Winner Contest Pro Built 1/700 Weathered Ww2 Warships Diorama Showcase

1/700 SCALE PRO BUILT WARSHIPS DIORAMA. DIORAMA DIMENSION: Imperial 21.75 in X 13.75 in – Metric 55.5cm X 35.5cm. SAFETY WARNING: This product is intended for adult collectors only. It may contain sharp points, small parts which are choking hazards, and / or other materials or elements not suitable for children under 15 years of… (read more)

The Franklin Mint USS Arizona Signature Edition Model 1069 / 1177 Pearl Harbor

The Franklin Mint USS Arizona Signature Edition Model 1069 / 1177 Pearl Harbor

This is a Franklin Mint USS Arizona model. Very good condition overall, a few light scratches on the wooden base. Measures 24″ long, 6″ wide. Exceptional detail with all pieces and parts. Just acquired through a veterans estate liquidation. Comes with authenticity book from Franklin Mint. The military models they produced are top of the… (read more)

USS MAINE battleship recognition ID model 1500 scale like Framburg Van Ryper

USS MAINE battleship recognition ID model 1500 scale like Framburg Van Ryper

Beautiful 1:500 scale waterline model of USS MAINE, 1998. Was displayed, but in as new condition. This model was hand built by marine artist Alexander Scherbak from thoroughly and expertly selected hardwoods, with steel and brass wire parts. Hull is carved from very hard maple (as Framburg hulls) to be strong in thin ram area…. (read more)

Japanese Mikasa Museum Quality Battleship Built Model

Japanese Mikasa Museum Quality Battleship Built Model

This is a model of a Japanese battleship from the Russo-Japanese war circa 1899. It is a modern factory built by Mikasa. The two flaws are a missing propeller and the rudder has fallen off but saved. It is highly detailed and considered museum-quality. The materials are heavy resin and it measures 15″ long by… (read more)

USS Constitution Copper Bottom Old Ironsides Tall Ship 38 Assembled Wood Model

USS Constitution Copper Bottom Old Ironsides Tall Ship 38 Assembled Wood Model

The United States Congress authorized the original six frigates of the United States Navy with the Naval Act of 1794 on March 27, 1794. These ships were built during the formative years of the United States Navy. Constitution is a wood hull, three-masted heavy frigate and is the worlds oldest commissioned warship. Built primarily with… (read more)

7′ Model Boat Ship Hull from MIT Museum Nuclear Aircraft Carrier USS Enterprise

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It is made of mostly fiberglass and wood. It measures approximately 85″ Length x 6″ Height. It was earmarked to be discarded years ago from the Hart Nautical Collection at the MIT Museum in Cambridge Ma. It was rescued by a contractor and stored in the rafters of his garage ever since. The Museum highlights… (read more)